Marshall, M. (1996). Pkmawi'skwaq influence in Aboriginal government: Complementary organizational or electoral equality? Unpublished Manuscript [Part of report prepared by author for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada].
Examination of the role of Mi'kmaq women in society from pre-European contact to the late twentieth century, with emphasis on economic differentiation between men and women and the influence of the latter group on tribal government. Discusses division of labour according to sex, effects of the British colonization period on economic roles among Mi'kmaq men and women, industrialization and division of labour, effect of education on tribal consciousness, and conflicts in modern society. This section of the SSHRC runs from pages 50-77.