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The impressions of Janey Canuck abroad

Emily F. Murphy

The impressions of Janey Canuck abroad

by Emily F. Murphy

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Published by [s.n.] in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Description and travel.,
  • Europe -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEmily Ferguson.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 75218
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination3 microfiches (107 fr.)
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17495499M
    ISBN 100665752180

    She wrote a book “The Black Candle” which highlight the problems of drug addiction and argued for much stricter legislation to counter the problem of drug addiction, especially opium and cocaine. She published four very popular books of personal sketches: The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad, Janey Canuck in the West, Open Trails, and. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Seeds of Pine, by Janey Canuck This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. Any uncouth man can state facts, but it is the telling what the facts stand for that hurts. A coarse man cannot take impressions except from a closed fist, which impression he.

      – Family moves to England. Emily begins to write under the pseudonym – Janey Canuck. – Moves to Swan River, Manitoba. The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad is published. – Moves to Edmonton, Alberta and begins her social activism. – First woman appointed to the Edmonton Hospital Board. The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad, Emily Murphy (Toronto, ) ‘A Pagan in St Paul’s Cathedral: Iroquois Poetess’ Impressions in London’s Cathedral’, The Moccasin Maker, E. Pauline Johnson (Toronto: Ryerson, ) (–43) Julia and I in Canada, Anne Topham (Toronto: McClelland, Goodchild and Stewart, [?])

    She was a prolific author and wrote under the pseudonym of Janey Canuck. Susan Jackel wrote of her literary accomplish-ments in “The Canadian Encyclopedia.” “Janey Canuck was her pen name under which she published ‘The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad’ in , an account of a visit to England and Germany in which she repaid. – Family moves to England. Emily begins to write under the pseudonym – Janey Canuck. – Moves to Swan River, Manitoba. The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad is published. – Moves to Edmonton, Alberta and begins her social activism. – .


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: [5], p. ; 21 cm. Reproduction Notes: Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the National Library of Canada. Full text of "The impressions of Janey Canuck abroad [microform]" See other formats. Emily Ferguson Murphy (also wrote as: Janey Canuck) () was a Canadian women s rights activist.

Inshe became the first woman magistrate in Canada, and in the British Empire. She is best known for her contributions to Canadian feminism, specifically to the question of whether women were persons under Canadian law/5.

The impressions of Janey Canuck abroad, Emily Ferguson. Toronto Public Library. As Janey Canuck, Murphy wrote a number of articles about drugs and attendant social problems. These were published in The Black Candle () under her pen name. Her other works include: The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad (), Janey Canuck in the West (), Open Trails (), Seeds of Pine () and Our Little Canadian Cousin of the Author: Emily F.

Murphy. As Janey Canuck, Murphy wrote a number of articles about drugs and attendant social problems. These were published in The Black Candle () under her pen name.

Her other works include: The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad (), Janey Canuck in the West (), Open Trails (), Seeds of Pine () and Our Little Canadian Cousin of the Author: Emily F.

Murphy. The result was the publication of her first book, The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad (), an account of her impressions of the sights and people of Europe. In an age when reading was a popular form of entertainment, there was a large demand for books of this type.

As well as being light-hearted and enjoyable to read, the book was. Janey Canuck in the West BY EMILY FERGUSON. Author of "Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad" WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT BY R. MATTHEWS. FOURTH EDITION. Cassell and Company, Limited London, New York, Toronto and Melbourne Emily Murphy (Ma –Oct.

27, ) was a strong advocate for Canadian women and children who led four other women, collectively called the "Famous Five," in the Persons Case, which established the status of women as persons under the British North America (BNA) Act. An ruling had said that women "are not persons in matters of rights and privileges" in : Susan Munroe.

In this comprehensive biography, Christine Mander depicts the life and times of Emily Murphy with a refreshing candor and vitality. A true Canadian heroine -- pioneering feminism, writer (under the alias Janey Canuck), patriot, mother, anti-drug crusader, first woman magistrate of the British Empire and rebel -- Emily Murply defied conventional labels.

Emily’s first book, The impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad, was published and became an immediate success in Britain and Canada. She soon became a regular contributor to a popular magazine, National Monthly of Canada, and eventually became Women’s Editor.

As Janey Canuck, Murphy wrote a number of articles about drugs and attendant social problems. These were published in The Black Candle () under her pen name. Her other works include: The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad (), Janey Canuck in the West (), Open Trails (), Seeds of Pine () and Our Little Canadian Cousin of the Pages:   Janey Canuck in the West Paperback – March 31 by Emily F.

Murphy (Author) See all 13 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Kindle Edition "Please retry" CDN$ Author: Emily F.

Murphy. Johnny Canuck’s the lad by H H Godfrey Type: Musical score; English Publisher: [Toronto?: s.n., ©] JulyNorth American Notes & Queries, pg.

64, col. 1: I would very much like to know the origin of the expression Canuck applied to the French Canadians. OCLC WorldCat record The impressions of Janey Canuck abroad by Emily F Murphy. These were published in The Black Candle () under her pen name. Her other works include: The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad (), Janey Canuck in the West (), Open Trails (), Seeds of Pine () and Our Little Canadian Cousin of the Great Northwest ().

As Janey Canuck, Murphy wrote a number of articles about drugs and attendant social problems. These were published in The Black Candle () under her pen name. Her other works include: The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad (), Janey Canuck in the West (), Open Trails (), Seeds of Pine () and Our Little Canadian Cousin of the.

These were published in The Black Candle () under her pen name. Her other works include: The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad (), Janey Canuck in the West (), Open Trails (), Seeds of Pine () and Our Little Canadian Cousin of the Great Northwest ().Author: Emily F. Murphy. Murphy first came to public attention as an author, writing under the pen name "Janey Canuck." Her books include, among others: The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad (), Janey Canuck in the west (), Open trails (), and Seeds of pine ().

She also wrote many book reviews and articles for magazines and newspapers in Canada and abroad. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Emily Ferguson is the author of Der letzte Glanz des Sommers ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 5 reviews), Im Wind der Wahrheit ( avg rating, 3 ratings, /5. Read Famous Five- Emily G.

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Emi.Murphy’s first brush with the spotlight came as a writer using the pseudonym Janey Canuck (a female version of Johnny Canuck, the cartoon character then popularly seen as the personification of Canada).

Published inThe Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad was a hit. Other books and magazine articles followed. A series of articles in Maclean's magazine formed the basis of this book. Using extensive anecdotes and “expert” opinion, the Black Candle depicts an alarming picture of drug abuse in Canada, detailing Murphy’s understanding of the use and effects of opium, cocaine, and pharmaceuticals, as well as a “new menace,” “marihuana.” --Wikipedia3/5(1).