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This is a stub. I created the article to hold the Gutenberg author link, but the material in the reference I found makes it clear that Abel is notable.Someone interested in her subject area should fill this out. (It's not clear that she is British: she appears to be Canadian, but she apparently self-identified more with the British empire as a whole.) -Arch dude 21:35, 14 April 2007 (UTC) When one writes a "review" of a historian, one should never say "One of the ablest women historians of her day..." She was either an able historian or not. She was not able in relation only to other women historians. She was able in relation to ALL historians of her day. Give me a break!
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