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Published in : 2011-04-18 | by National Consumers League
A brief look at the life of Florence Kelley, a social and political reformer who founded the National Consumers League and worked tirelessly to set the minimum ...
Published in : 2013-11-11 | by Chicago Metro History Fair
Senior Individual Documentary, Sarah Siebert NOTE: This documentary is a sample only and may not be used as a secondary or primary source, or in the ...
Published in : 2015-04-02 | by Read Me A Classic
Social worker Florence Kelley helped change the history of child labor in America. Listen to her amazing speech on child labor laws that she gave at the ...
Published in : 2008-12-05 | by NorthwesternU
Leigh Bienen from Northwestern University's School of Law introduces the Florence Kelley Project, a database of historical records encompassing the legal and ...
Published in : 2015-04-22 | by Albert R. Mann Library
Florence Kelley, class of 1882, was a pioneering force of the Progressive Era. Born in 1859 to a politically progressive father and a Unitarian-Quaker mother, ...
Published in : 2015-01-16 | by sinrob1
Published in : 2018-11-07 | by Sophia Walker
Florence Kelley Documentary Project.
Published in : 2007-10-28 | by zaccarin
Sean Magaldi's "Women in U.S. II from 1865" assignment.
Published in : 2008-12-02 | by NorthwesternU
Leigh Bienen and Sarah Pritchard from Northwestern University discuss new and developing technologies and their impact on copyright, internet publication, ...
Published in : 2014-10-14 | by Kiana Ramirez
New Project.