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Sclater, Karla Kelling

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Karla Kelling Sclater is a PhD Candidate in History at the University of Washington. Her dissertation examines the lives of the female working poor in nineteenth-century Philadelphia. She has published “Rise of the Free Soil Party,” and “Formation of Factory Girls’ Association in Lowell, Massachusetts,” in Alice Kessler-Harris, ed., The Encyclopedia of Labor History Worldwide (Chicago: Gale Group, 2003); “The Labor and Radical Press 1820-the present,” The Labor Press Project, http://faculty.washington.edu/gregoryj/laborpress, and a vignette, “Nettie J. Asberry: African American Club Woman in the Pacific Northwest,” in Quintard Taylor and Shirley Moore, eds., African American Women Confront the West, 1600-2000 (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2003). Her areas of study include African American, Labor, and Women’s History.
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