Canadian women"s history bibliography catalogue by Klay Dyer

Cover of: Canadian women

Published by Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions = Institut canadien de microreproductions historiques in Ottawa .

Written in English

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  • Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions -- x Microform catalogs,
  • Women -- Canada -- History -- Bibliography -- Microform catalogs,
  • Canadian literature -- Women authors -- Bibliography -- Microform catalogs,
  • Women authors, Canadian -- Bibliography -- Microform catalogs

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Other titlesBibliographie de l"histoire des femmes canadiennes, Pre-1900 Canadian monographs.
Statementcompiled by Klay Dyer, Sue Martin, Lucy Sussex = Bibliographie de l"histoire des femmes canadiennes : catalogue / compilé par Klay Dyer, Sue Martin, Lucy Sussex.
GenreBibliography, Microform catalogs.
SeriesThe Early Canadiana microfiche series = Canadiana anciens sur microfiche
ContributionsSussex, Lucy, 1957-, Martin, Sue., Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions.
LC ClassificationsZ7964.C36 D94 1997, HQ1453 D94 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 84 p. ;
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL75353M
ISBN 100665834888
LC Control Number99177385

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