COVID-19: Updates on library services and operations.

The Petticoat Expeditions, Part Three: Countess of Aberdeen /
National Film Board of Canada.
Montreal : National Film Board of Canada, 1997.
1 online resource, 1 streaming video file (20 min.) : digital, stereo, sd., col.
More Details
Montreal : National Film Board of Canada, 1997.
credits note
Director/script, Pepita Ferrari ; producer, Kent Martin ; executive producer, Don Haig ; camera, Savas Kalogeras ; sound, Diane Carrière, Norman Dugas, John Martin ; editing, Denise Beaudoin ; sound editing, Don Ayer ; re-recording, Serge Boivin, Jean Paul Vialard ; narrator, Helena Bonham-Carter ; music, Judith Gruber-Stitzer ; cast, Mary Jane Gibson, Lila Cano, Severn Thompson.
general note
Documentary Program - East.
The Petticoat Expeditions uses the words and works of three extraordinary British women to recount their experiences in 19th-century Canada: acclaimed author Anna Jameson, who kept an account of her solitary journey throughout Upper Canada during the 1830s, when it was unheard of for a woman to travel alone; artist Frances Hopkins, who depicted the legendary voyageurs and their way of life in her paintings as she travelled in the Canadian wilderness by canoe in the 1860s; and Lady Ishbel Aberdeen, social activist, who chronicled her excursions across the country in the 1890s in a photographic travelogue. This breathtaking series paints an inspiring portrait of three women who would not be constrained by convention, and ties their travels to key historical changes taking place in their times. Part 3 follows the life of Lady Aberdeen, who devoted herself to social reform and helped found both the National Council of Women of Canada and the Victorian Order of Nurses in Canada.
catalogue key
technical details
Mode of access: World Wide Web.

  link to old catalogue

Report a problem