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Historical Narrative Contents
   
   
   
  Why Chicago? The Decision to "Settle" on Halsted Street
 
Chicago's Reform Climate
 
Progressive Men
 
Ellen Gates Starr's Chicago Connections
 
The Attractions of Cosmopolitanism in Immigrant Neighborhoods
 
The Hull Inheritance: An Unusual Capitalist and His Mansion
   
  The Settlement Idea
 
The Influence of Toynbee Hall and the People's Palace
 
Garnering Support for Hull-House from the Clergy
 
The Experiment in Chicago
 
The Spread of "Settling"
   
  In the Shadow of Hull-House: Other Settlements in the Hull-House Neighborhood
 
Mapping the Neighborhood's Sacred and Public Spaces
 
Biographies of Women Communal Workers in the Neighborhoods of Hull-House
 
Guardian Angel/Madonna Center: A Catholic Settlement
 
Chicago Hebrew Institute: A Jewish Social Center
 
Henry Booth Settlement: An Ethical Culture Experiment
 
Gads Hill Settlement: A Neighborhood House with Company Ties
   
   
   
  The Function of the Settlement
 
Hull-House Incorporated: Institutionalizing the Experiment
 
The Settlement House Movement Defines Its Goals
 
The Settlement House: Spearhead for Reform or Neighborhood Center?
 
Settlement Literature
 
Jane Addams Takes to the Streets: Garbage Inspection in the Nineteenth Ward
 
The Intractability of Ward Politics: The Failure to Find a Constituency
 
City Politics: Jane Addams, the Board of Education, & the Search for Common Ground
 
Progressive Politics, Suffrage and the Woman's Agenda Nationally
 
Suffrage, Citizenship, and the Peace Movement
 
Protecting Free Speech: Anarchists, Radicals & Social Critics at Hull-House
   
  The Debate Over the Place of Religion in Settlements
 
Christian Celebrations at Hull-House: Pageantry Without Prayer
 
Hull-House's Anti-Clerical Image: The Giordano Bruno Society
 
"A General Religious Awakening": Settlements, Ethics, and Religious Values
 
Addams's Personal Faith vs. Her Public Usages of Religion
   
   
   
  Gendered Philanthropy and Social Space
 
How Women Financed Hull-House
 
Helen Culver and Philanthropy: A Businesswoman's Approach
 
Other Hull-House Philanthropists: Edward B. Butler, Mary J. Wilmarth, Julius Rosenwald, William E. Kent and Others
 
Jane Addams, Louise deKoven Bowen and "Begging": The Art of Fundraising
   
  Experimentation and Growth: From Victorian Mansion to 13-Building Complex
 
Settlement Architecture and Interior Design
 
Touring the Buildings: Inside the Complex
 
Clothing in "Bricks and Mortar"
 
The Jane Club
 
Coffee House and Nutritional Cooking
 
Jane Addams Reflects on the First Twenty Years
   
  Constructing Social Space: Clubs, Forums, and Voluntary Associations
 
Clubs And Activities
 
Immigrants' Protective League
 
Juvenile Protective Association
   
  Women's Clubs at Hull-House and New Roles for Women
 
The Social Settlement and Clubs for Women
 
The Hull-House Woman's Club
 
Who Ran the Hull-House Woman's Club?
 
The Social Activism of Hull-House Clubwomen
   
   
   
  Social Research and Social Activism at Hull-House
 
Julia Lathrop, Alzina Parsons Stevens, Florence Kelley and Agnes Sinclair Holbrook: Investigation and Advocacy, 1890-1899
 
Surveying the Neighborhood: Hull-House Maps and Papers (1895)
 
Grace and Edith Abbott, Sophonisba Breckinridge, and Alice Hamilton: Residency, Advocacy and Social Science Research, 1900-1930
 
Residents, Allies, and Birth Control
 
Residents and Public Health
 
Louise deKoven Bowen and Jane Addams: Gendered Perspectives on Urban Life
 
Housing: The Model Tenement, Public Housing and the Ideal Home
 
Neighborhood, State, and Nation: The Hull-House Influence
   
   
   
  Residents, Volunteers and Staff
 
Residency: The Theory
 
Residency: The Practice
 
A Chronology of Hull-House Residents
 
The Men of Hull-House: An Overlooked Aspect of Settlement Life
 
A Comparative View of Settlement Residency
 
Taking Stock: Hull-House's Fortieth Anniversary (1930)
 
The Transition: Adena Miller Rich and Charlotte Carr
   
   
   
  Hull-House Takes Up the Cause of the Working Class
 
Labor Activism in the 1890s
 
Hull-House Responds to the Unemployment Crisis of the 1890s
 
Hull-House Encourages Labor Organizing For Women Workers
 
A New View of Domestic Work
 
Ellen Gates Starr: A Friend of Labor
 
Key Approaches to Conflict
   
   
   
  Hull-House and Its Immigrant Neighbors
 
Immigration and the Hull-House Response
 
Neighborhood Stories
 
Cross-Cultural Experiments: Learning by Trial and Error
 
Race, Class & Ethnic Factors in Hull-House's Citizenship Programs
 
Mexicans and the Hull-House Colonia in the 1920s and 1930s
   
  Hull-House and the Black Migration to Chicago
 
The Hull-House Experience with Black Migrants
 
The Settlement's Response to Southern and Northern Segregation, Racism and Violence
   
   
   
  Theories and Practices of Education at Hull-House
   
  Theories and Practices of Education at Hull-House
 
The Immigrant Child
 
Adult Education
 
The School As Social Center
   
   
   
  Art for the People
 
The Butler Art Gallery
 
Residency and the Arts: Laura Dainty Pelham, Edith de Nancrede, Enella Benedict, and Eleanor Smith
   
  Art in the Schools, the Settlement, and the Neighborhood
 
Chicago Public School Art Society
 
The Hull-House Art School
   
  Labor, Craft, and Art
 
The Labor Museum and Hull-House Shops
 
The Hull-House Kilns (1927-1937)
   
  The Arts and Crafts Movement
 
The Arts and Crafts Movement in England and the United States
 
Arts and Crafts at Hull-House
   
  The Performing Arts at Hull-House
 
Drama Clubs and the Hull-House Players
 
Music
 
Theater as Moral Educator and Cultural Mediator
 
Hull-House Theater and The New Deal
   
   
   
  The Idea of Recreation for the Working Classes
 
The Influence from Abroad
 
The Movement for Playgrounds and Vacation Schools (Summer Camp)
 
Small Parks Movement and the West Side
 
Recreation and Sports at Hull-House
   
  Moral Uplift and Popular Amusements
 
Investigations and Critiques
   
   
   
  The Private World of Jane Addams and Her Ideas About Women
 
Defining Love: Jane Addams, Ellen Gates Starr and Mary Rozet Smith
 
Jane Addams: The Woman Question and Feminism
   
  The Memorializing of Jane Addams
 
The Octagon Room 1936-1967
 
Democracy in Action at Hull-House
   
   
   
  What Hull-House Was Like After 1935
 
Social Reform or Social Work: Hull-House and the Settlement Idea After 1935
 
Participants' Writings and Memoirs
   
  Charlotte Carr, Hull-House, and the New Deal
 
New Deal Financing and Staff Reorganization
 
Who Rules: Hull-House Trustees, Politics, and Budget Troubles
   
  Russell Ballard: Community Organizing, Planning, and Urban Renewal
 
City Politics and Community Planning
 
Social Settlements and Public Housing
 
Russell Ballard and Cold War Politics
 
The Coming of the University of Illinois: Circle Campus and the Last Days of Hull-House at Halsted and Polk
 
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