Women in Canada: A Trilogy, 2. Harriet and the Hen

Marnie Parrell

2005, 03:00 minutes, B&W, English


Farming and raising chickens in the late 1800’s was difficult enough but add winter, near starvation and a hungry mink poor Harriet is lucky to be alive. She owes her life to whalebone, wire and a kid leather glove. Not to mention the ingenuity that keeps most of us alive.

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