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This lesson could be used in a Social Studies, Civics, or Canadian history course to introduce students to the Famous 5 as citizens who were involved in the fight for women’s right to vote. This lesson also introduces students to different types of historical sources, including photographs and textual sources.

Students will learn about the involvement of the Famous 5 in the women's suffrage movement and the fight for equality. They will examine the attitudes and perspectives of the Famous 5 in the context of Canadian history and the development of Canada as a nation. They will use and analyze different types of historical sources.

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