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Jane Addams (American Women of Achievement)

Content: Remember the Ladies-Matina S. Horner - Living Next Door to Poverty - Above All Mental Integrity - Becoming Someone - A Cathedrak if Humanity - A Salon of Demodracy - A Big Woman - From Bull Moose to Bull Mouse - America's Most Dangerous Woman - Wonderful Time in Which to Live.

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  • "Jane Addams helped immigrants by founding the first settlement house, Hull House, in Chicago. This is a thorough & well-organized book. It describes her efforts to challenge social conventions -- attending college during a time (the late 1800s) when few women had that opportunity. She later devoted her life to working to help the poor & change the attitudes & treatment of the less fortunate."
  • "Content: Remember the Ladies-Matina S. Horner - Living Next Door to Poverty - Above All Mental Integrity - Becoming Someone - A Cathedrak if Humanity - A Salon of Demodracy - A Big Woman - From Bull Moose to Bull Mouse - America's Most Dangerous Woman - Wonderful Time in Which to Live."@en

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  • "Electronic books"
  • "Biography"
  • "Biographie"
  • "Juvenile works"

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  • "Jane Addams (American Women of Achievement)"@en
  • "Jane Addams"
  • "Jane Addams [social worker]"