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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 contributed to the building of Canada as a nation and the status and accomplishments of women. This lesson also introduces students to different types of historical sources, including photographs and textual sources.

The Famous 5 made contributions as citizens to the civic purposes of their communities. Students will identify the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and apply these to their own situations. They will use a variety of historical sources of information.

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