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I have put together a series of slide presentations about the Women’s Institutes as part of my final project for ADED 380 Teaching Technologies,.
Their present format is as yet incomplete, however, they are for the most part finished in terms of being a demonstrative part of the project.
Travel was slow at the turn of the century (compared with today) and war was on the horizon (1914-1917 Great War), and yet, as the organisation became popular, the W.I. travelled as it began to take hold in other Canadian communities and then to other countries.
In this session participants will be introduced to those ladies who were instrumental in introducing the W.I. into England, Scotland and New Zealand. Although ostensibly NOT part of the W.I. movement, we will also brief give time to the Ireland women’s club.