|Title:||Legal Status of Canadian Women|
|Publisher:||National Council of Women of Canada|
|Tags:||law, non-fiction, reference|
This pamphlet contains extracts from Dominion and Provincial Laws relating to marriage, property, dower, divorce, descent of land, franchise, crime and other subjects that affected Canadian women in 1908. Naturally, many of these laws are no longer valid today--more than 100 years later--but it is interesting to learn about some of those laws that controlled the lives of our grandparents and great-grandparents. [Suggest a different description.]
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