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APUSH-18-D-2

Jane Addams and Lillian Wald


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The Crisis of Victorianism
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Relevant pages:
Jane Addams: Domesticating the Public World

Relevant texts:
Jane Addams from Twenty Years at Hull House (1910)

Relevant transcripts:
Addams came to see herself as a kind of pioneer for young intellectuals.
Gilman's response differed from Addams's.

Jane Addams: Domesticating the Public World
Resource Type: Primary Source

Jane Addams: Domesticating the Public World
Resource Type: Primary Source

Jane Addams: Domesticating the Public World
Resource Type: Primary Source

Jane Addams: Domesticating the Public World
Resource Type: Primary Source
Jane Addams as a young woman.

City Problems: Poverty and Slums
Resource Type: Document-Based Question
Exploring the cholera epidemic in mid-nineteenth century New York City, this selection of primary sources provides a case-study of immigration, urbanization (e.g., slums such as the Five Points), and social and moral reform that can be applied to the study of any city in the industrialized world.

Report of the Magdalen Society
Resource Type: Primary Source
Led by John Robert McDowell, a Princeton divinity student, the Magdalen Society was founded in 1831 to help reform prostitutes living in the Five Points slum.


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