New Brunswick women’s history map

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The New Brunswick Advisory Council on the Status of Women
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Fredericton, NB

An online listing of sites and landmarks of importance to the history of women in New Brunswick. The website lists over 125 monuments, statues, residences, factories, schools, parks, gravestones and even sites where buildings once stood.  Includes representations of where events occurred related to women’s rights, where females first broke into traditionally male-dominated fields, where women’s groups acted for change, where adventure-seekers and creative minds left their stamp, and where strong and spirited women made herstory in the shadows, raising children, working for pay, running businesses and volunteering in their communities. The History Map can be searched by county, by name of a person or group and by keywords.

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Available online only.