3 edition of Twenty Years at Hull-House (Signet Classics) found in the catalog.
Twenty Years at Hull-House (Signet Classics)
September 1, 1961
by Signet Classics
Written in English
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Twenty Years at Hull-House (FULL Audio Book) by Jane Addams () Jane Addams was the first American woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Throughout the period covered by Twenty Years at Hull-House, Addams and her colleagues provided a variety of resources to the people who lived in .
From: Twenty Years at Hull-House with Autobiographical Notes. by Jane Addams. New York: The MacMillan Company, (c) pp. vii-ix. [Editor: Mary Mark Ockerbloom] PREFACE Every preface is, I imagine, written after the book has been completed and now that I have finished this volume I will state1/6. Filled with observations on everyday life, accounts of practical action, and prescriptions for public policy, Twenty Years at Hull-House remains a rich source of provocative social theory. This edition of Addams's classic of American intellectual and social history features more than 50 .
Twenty Years At Hull-House: With Autobiographical Notes (Signet Classics (Paperback)) Aug , Turtleback Books Distributed . A new teaching edition of Twenty Years at Hull-House, this volume is an ideal way to introduce students to one of America's most famous women and an early leader of the Progressive movement. Jane Addams's original text has been reduced by about 35 percent, making it more accessible to undergraduates while maintaining the integrity of the 5/5(5).
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Though Twenty Years at Hull-House is meant to be an autobiography, it is Hull-House itself that stands in the spotlight. Addams devotes the first third of the book to her upbringing and influences, but the remainder focuses on the organization she built--and the benefits accruing to those who work with the poor as well as to the poor by: There's nothing old-fashioned in her thinking Years at Hull House is one of those back-to-the-future stories that should be required reading before you cast a vote.
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With Ellen G. Starr, Addams founded Hull House in Chicago, a renowned settlement house dedicated to serving the disadvantaged and the poor. Addams went on to author twelve books, including Twenty Years in Hull House, Newer Ideals of.
A new teaching edition of "Twenty Years at Hull-House," this volume is an ideal way to introduce students to one of America's most famous women and an early leader of the Progressive movement. Jane Addams's original text has been reduced by about 35 percent, making it more accessible to undergraduates while maintaining the integrity of the original work.3/5(3).
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Part Three: Related Documents. Hull-House Weekly Program, March 1, 2. William G. Sumner, LL.D., "The Concentration of Wealth: Its Economic Justification.
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Details the life of philanthropist Jane Addams at Hull House, a famed settlement house in west-side Chicago between to .