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Race, Gender and Colonialism: Public Life among the Six Nations of Grand River, 1899-1939

@inproceedings{Norman2010RaceGA,
  title={Race, Gender and Colonialism: Public Life among the Six Nations of Grand River, 1899-1939},
  author={Alison Norman},
  year={2010}
}
Six Nations women transformed and maintained power in the Grand River community in the early twentieth century. While no longer matrilineal or matrilocal, and while women no longer had effective political power neither as clan mothers, nor as voters or councillors in the post-1924 elective Council system, women did have authority in the community. During this period, women effected change through various methods that were both new and traditional for Six Nations women. Their work was also… Expand
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