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"I Wish To Keep A Record": Nineteenth-Century New Brunswick Women Diarists And Their World

 

 

 

"I wish to keep a record": Nineteenth-Century New Brunswick Women Diarists and Their World

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Nineteenth-century New Brunswick society was dominated by white, Protestant, Anglophone men. Yet, during this time of state formation in Canada, women increasingly helped to define and shape a provincial outlook.

I wish to keep a record is the first book to focus exclusively on the life-course experiences of nineteenth-century New Brunswick women. Gail G. Campbell offers an interpretive scholarly analysis of 28 women’s diaries while enticing readers to listen to the voices of the diarists. Their diaries show women constructing themselves as individuals, assuming their essential place in building families and communities, and shaping their society by directing its outward gaze and envisioning its future. Campbell’s lively analysis calls on scholars to distinguish between immigrant and native-born women and to move beyond present-day conceptions of such women’s world. This unique study provides a framework for developing an understanding of women's worlds in nineteenth-century North America.  

 

 

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bound: 448 pages
publisher: University of Toronto Press (March 24, 2017)
lang: English
asin: B0716FK6GF
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EligibilityMothers who have survived an abusive relationship and their children aged 4 -16 years41 Edmundston Comit de la Violence Familiale du Nord-Ouest Inc506 451-2120 Woodstock Valley Outreach 506 328-9680 Saint John Moving Forward 506 632-5775 Miramichi Family Violence Partnership Committee 506 778-6496 Saige 506 857-3258 extNine communities offer the programOver 10-12 weeks childrens groups cover such topics as: awareness of feelings, safety planning and positive problem solvingGroup guidelines and trained facilitators help to create a safe, secure and predictable environment for children to share their experiences.Contact(s): Fredericton Liberty Lane IncNew Brunswick Site Search DepartmentsServices Search Services Departments Franais Contacts GNB Home GNB Departments Aboriginal Affairs Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries Education and Early Childhood Development Emergency Measures Organization Energy and Resource Development Environment and Local Government Executive Council Office Departments Finance Health Intergovernmental Affairs Justice and Public Safety Office of the Attorney General Office of the Premier Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Departments Service New Brunswick Social Development Tourism, Heritage and Culture Transportation and Infrastructure Treasury Board Women's Equality Legislature Auditor General Child and Youth Advocate Commissioner of Official Languages Office of the Integrity Commissioner Consumer Advocate for Insurance Elections New Brunswick Legislative Assembly Lieutenant-Governor Office of the Access to Information and Privacy Commissioner Ombud Courts Government Websites Basic Needs Business Community and Culture Driving and Vehicles Education Employment Environment and Land Planning Health Identification Land and Property Recreation and Sports Safety and Courts Tourism Your Government Search Services Toggle navigation Government of New BrunswicksubmitFor ResidentsFor BusinessVisiting NBYour GovernmentEmploymentNewsAbout NB Services Government of New Brunswick Make font smaller Make font normal Make font bigger Moving Forward Group Program for Mothers and ChildrenExecutive Council Office DescriptionContacts OverviewA community-based group program for children and their mothers to promote healing from the effects of women abuseDescriptionIt is a free, voluntary program that offers separate, yet complimentary group experiences for children and their mothers

 

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