Select Bibliography for Women in the Inshore Fishery
Murray, Hilda Chaulk. More than Fifty Percent: Women's Life in a Newfoundland Outport 1900-1950.. St. John's: Breakwater Books, 1979. Print.
Neis, Barbara. "From 'Shipped Girls' to 'Brides of the State': The Transition from Familial to Social Patriarchy in the Newfoundland Fishing Industry." Canadian Journal of Regional Science 16.2 (1993): 185-202. Print.
Porter, Marilyn. "'She Was the Skipper of the Shore Crew': Notes on the History of the Sexual Division of Labour in Newfoundland." Labour/Le Travail 15 (1985): 105-123. Print.
Williams, Susan. Our Lives Are at Stake: Women and the Fishery Crises in Newfoundland and Labrador. St. John's: Institure of Social and Economic Research, 1996. Print.
Wright, Miriam. "Women, Men and the Modern Fishery: Images of Gender in Government Plans for the Canadian Atlantic Fisheries." Their Lives and Times: Women in Newfoundland and Labrador. Ed. Carmelita McGrath, Barbara Neis, Marilyn Porter. St. John's: Killick Press, 1995. Press.