Negotiating Female Morality: place, ideology and agency in the Red River Colony

  title={Negotiating Female Morality: place, ideology and agency in the Red River Colony},
  author={Sharron FitzGerald and Alicja Muszynski},
  journal={Women's History Review},
  pages={661 - 680}
By 1850 British women had settled in the Red River colony, a British outpost in what became the province of Manitoba, Canada, and where the Hudson’s Bay Company established fur trading posts. Through an analysis of documents concerning two unconnected lawsuits involving Countryborn women, it is possible to glean some understanding of how British women became agents of colonialism. Company authorities envisaged that White women would establish households predicated on Victorian patriarchal… 
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