|Full Name||Henrietta Muir Edwards|
Henrietta Muir Edwards was one of the "Famous Five"; in the late 1920s, these women launched the constitutional challenge known as the "Persons Case." She was designated a Person of Historic Significance in 1962 and posthumously made an honourary member of the Canadian Senate in 2009.
For a more detailed biography and bibliography, see her entry in the Canada's Early Women Writers project.
Canada's Early Women Writers Project