Archival Holdings at Queen's University Archives

fonds F02881 - McCallum land documents collection

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McCallum land documents collection

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fonds

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CA ON00239 F02881

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  • 1860-1904 (Creation)
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    Baines, Beverley

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0.01m of textual records

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Baines, Beverley (n.d.)

Biographical history

Professor Beverley Baines is one of the founders of feminist legal studies in Canada. She obtained a BA from McGill University, and an LL.B. from Queen's University. She co-coordinated the Women's Studies Program in the Faculty of Arts and Science between 1991 and 1993; served as Associate Dean of the Faculty of Law from 1994 until 1997; and was Head of the Department of Women’s Studies (now Gender Studies) from 2004 until 2011.
Baines was involved in the movement to entrench women's equality rights in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom. Her long-term research project is to analyze a quarter century of Supreme Court of Canada decisions pertaining to women’s equality rights under the Charter. Most recently this research has focused is on women’s intersectional rights claims involving religious freedom and gender equality in the contexts of polygamy, faith-based family law arbitration, and state imposed niqab bans.

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The collection consists of five documents related to the McCallum family in the Charlottenburgh area of Glengarry County in Ontario, Canada. Included are an Indian Land Sale Grant to Archibald McCallum in Charlottenburgh (1860), an indenture between Donald McMartin and his wife, and Peter McCallum for Lots 4 and 5, Indian Reservation, Charlottenburgh (1868), the will of Peter McCallum (1881), an indenture between Archibald McCallum and John Peter McCallum (1887) and an indenture between James E. McIntosh and John P. McCallum for a right of way on Lot 3, Concession 7 in the Indian Reservation lands of Charlottenburgh (1904)

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Good

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Beverley Baines - 2002

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  • English

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2236.19 SE

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Open

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None

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Revised

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Description created on 11/12/2015. Last updated 19/06/2017.
Archivist(s): Heather Home

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  • English

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  • Shelf: 2236.19 SE