Race, nation and gender: 19th century representations of native and white women in the Pacific Northwest
Examines how 19th century white settler women set the standards for femininity and maternal competence that influenced social discrimation against native women in Canada's Pacific Northwest. These ideals were promoted through photographic images and written text.
Sherpa Romeo yellow journal
Anglo settler women , Maternal competency , Photography , Maynard, Hannah , Indigenous women , Social discrimination , Race relations -- Canada
"Race, Nation and Gender- Nineteenth Century Representations of Native and White Women in the Pacific Northwest" Crosscurrents: the Journal of Graduate Research in Anthropology v VIII (Autumn): 34-48. Illustrated