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Encyclopedia Articles (6)

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Addams, Jane (b. September 6, 1860; d. May 21, 1935) Reformer, advocate for peace and social justice, lecturer, and writer. Jane Addams began her public career in 1889 as the co-founder and leader o... Read more
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Jane Addams Born September 6, 1860 Cedarville, Illinois Died May 21, 1935 Chicago, Illinois Founder of Hull-House and of modern social work Jane Addams. Library of Congress. "Teaching in... Read more
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Addams, Jane (1860-1935) Born in Illinois, Jane Addams is remembered as an influential social activist and feminist icon; she was the most prominent member of a notable group of female social reformer... Read more
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Jane Addams Born September 6, 1860 (Cedarville, Illinois) Died May 21, 1935 (Chicago, Illinois) Social worker Jane Addams founded the pioneering social settlement of Hull House in Chicago in 1889. It ... Read more
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Addams, Jane Jane Addams (1860–1935) is remembered primarily as the feisty American founder of the Settlement House Movement, which sought to challenge the industrial and urban order of the per... Read more
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Jane Addams Born September 6, 1860 Cedarville, Illinois Died May 21, 1935 Chicago, Illinois Founder of Hull House and the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Jane Addams came fr... Read more