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Patricia Ann Grimshaw, (born 16 December 1938) is a retired Australian academic who specialised in women's and indigenous people's history. One of her most influential works is Women's Suffrage in New Zealand, first published in 1972, which is considered the definitive work on the story of how New Zealand became the first country in the world to give women the vote.

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by Grimshaw, Patricia, 1938-
Auckland, N.Z. : Auckland University Press ; Oxford University Press, 1987
 
 
by Grimshaw, Patricia, 1938-
[Auckland] Auckland University Press, 1972
 
 
by Grimshaw, Patricia, 1938-
Melbourne : Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, c1981-
 
 
 
 
 
Uniform title: Australian women: feminist perspectives. Japanese
Tokyo : Keiso Shobo, 1986
 
 
Perth : API Network, Curtin University of Technology, Australian Research Institute, 2006
 
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