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Young women arriving at Zelma to begin their teaching careers.


Most women who immigrated to Saskatchewan worked as farmwomen, but many also worked off the farm in a variety of occupations. Most of these jobs would fall into the traditional female roles of teacher, nurse, postal worker, or domestics.

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R-A14743
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Teachers; Zelma; Women; Clothing and Dress


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Image Preview R-B2604-1 Photograph 01 - Women from England and Ireland who were brought over to work as domestics.
Image Preview R-A21528-2 Photograph 02 - "Many women worked in the service industry, including the Royal Hotel in Strasbourg."
Image Preview R-A7583 Photograph 03 - Servants at Government House.
Image Preview R-A9119 Photograph 04 - Serving as the Landrose postmistress from her home north of Marshall, was at times a lonely life.
Image Preview R-A14743 Photograph 05 - Young women arriving at Zelma to begin their teaching careers.
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