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Florence Kelley (September 12, 1859 – February 17, 1932) was a social and political reformer and the pioneer of the term wage abolitionism. Her work against  ...

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Florence Kelley dedicated her life to social reform. She worked to end many social problems, including labor and racial discrimination. She influenced many ...

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Kelley graduated from Cornell University in 1882. After a year spent conducting evening classes for working women in Philadelphia, she traveled to Europe, ...

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Feb 26, 2018 ... Introduction: Florence Kelley was a social reformer and political activist who defended the rights of working women and children. She served as ...

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Florence Kelley was the first woman factory inspector in the United States, appointed in Illinois by Governor John Peter Altgeld in 1893. A resident of Hull House, ...

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1859, Born to William Darrah Kelley and Caroline Bartram (Bonsall) Kelley in ... to investigate sweatshops; Florence Kelley and Mary Kenney are appointed as ...

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Florence Kelley was an American social and political reformer who fought for government regulation to protect working women and children. She was the first ...

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KELLEY, FLORENCE Florence Kelley [1] (1859–1932) never saw the fruits of her efforts to agitate on behalf of working women and children in the United States ...

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Florence Kelley was born on this date in 1859. She was a White American activist for civil rights and social reform. The daughter of United States congressman, ...