Bush’s ‘The Right Sort of Woman’: Female Emigrators and Emigration to the British Empire, 1890-1910’

Abstract: This article explores white British women’s efforts to appropriate their share of the Empire through the propaganda of female emigration societies. Female emigrators rejoiced in growing government recognition of their work, but sustained a style of female leadership and activism that deserves evaluation alongside other Victorian and Edwardian women’s movements. The article analyses the views of […]