Indigenous Women, Work, and History TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgements, Tables and Illustrations

Introduction

Ch 1: Sweeping the Nation: Indigenous Women and Domestic Labour in Mid-Twentieth Century Canada

Ch 2: The Permanent Solution: The Placement and Relocation Program, Hairdressers, and Beauty Culture

Ch 3: An Early Labour History of Community Health Representatives, 1960–1970

Ch 4: Gaining Recognition: Labour as Activism among Indigenous Nurses

Conclusion: The Wages of Whiteness and the Indigenous Historian

Notes, Bibliography, Index

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