Adelaide Hoodless - Dundurn

Adelaide Hoodless

Published January 1986

Description

Adelaide Hunter Hoodless, lifelong crusader for the recognition of the domestic sciences (cooking, sewing, childcare and housework) and an early proponent of home economics in Canada, was considered one of the radical new woman of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. She helped turn the Canadian YWCA into a national organization. She founded the Women’s Institute, assisted in the founding of the Victorian Order of Nurses and represented Canada on numerous International Councils of Women, as well as establishing the first school for the training of domestic science teachers in Canada and putting together the first Canadian domestic science textbook, popularly known as the Little Red Book.

Contributors

Cheryl MacDonald

Cheryl MacDonald has been writing about Canadian history since 1976. In addition to nearly forty history books and a weekly history column, she has written historical articles for such magazines as The Beaver and Maclean's. She lives near Nanticoke, Ontario.

Book Details

Paperback
January 1986
6x9 in
184 pp
9781550020175
ePub
January 1986
-
184 pp
9781459714304