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This lesson could be used in a Social Studies course to introduce students to the Famous 5 as suffragists and a group of citizens who should be recognized for their contributions to Canadian history and citizenship. This lesson also introduces students to different types of historical sources, including photographs and textual sources.

Students will learn about the Famous 5 and consider why we remember their accomplishments and achievements. They will examine evidence of ways in which the Famous 5 are commemorated for their contributions to Canada. They will use and analyze different types of historical sources.



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