Ravenhill, Alice

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Ravenhill, Alice

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1859-1954

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Born in England, Alice Ravenhill was trained in home economics, child care and sanitation and worked in rural and factory districts in England. Arriving in B.C. in 1910, she was active in organizations devoted to women, education, and native Indians. She researched aboriginal culture, published books, and was a founding member of the Society for the Furtherance of B.C. Indian Arts and Crafts. She received an honourary doctorate from UBC in 1948.

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