Mighty Women: Stories of Western Canadian Pioneers
Mighty Women†profiles thirty-two women pioneers who made their mark on western Canada: feisty Mother Fulham, Calgary's indomitable keeper of pigs; Emily Carr, the great artist and writer; and Marie-Anne Lagimodiere, a grandmother of Louis Riel and a courageous adventurer in her own rightójust to mention a few.
Part of the Grant McEwan Library, this book salutes the women, past and present, whose determination, sense of humour and tenacity made western Canada what it is today.
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This is a collection of 32 brief biographies of women who played a big role in the development of western Canada. Many of them moved to western Canada with their families as homesteaders. In most ... Read full review