Working Women: Past...

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Women in pioneer communities often did "men's" jobs. Emily Johnson (in the doorway) was telegrapher in the Northwest Territories, ca. 1897.

The economic dependence of women is perhaps the greatest injustice that has ever been done to us, and has worked the greatest injury to the race.
(Nellie McClung, 1915)

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