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Settlement houses improving the social welfare of America"s immigrants by Friedman, Michael

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Published by Rosen Pub. Group in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States

Subjects:

  • Social settlements -- United States -- History -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Immigrants -- Services for -- United States -- History -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Women in charitable work -- United States -- History -- Juvenile literature.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementMichael Friedman and Brett Friedman.
GenreJuvenile literature.
SeriesThe progressive movement, 1900-1920--efforts to reform America"s new industrial society
ContributionsFriedman, Brett.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV4194 .F75 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3289368M
ISBN 101404201947
LC Control Number2004002684
OCLC/WorldCa54391923

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Settlement Houses: Old Idea in New Form Builds Communities. by Barbara Trainin Blank. As the National Association of Social Workers celebrates the social work profession' th birthday this year, it pays tribute to some institutions as old as social work itself. One is the settlement : Barbara Trainin Blank.   Settlement houses came because of the Social Gospel Movement, an attempt to apply religious ethics to social issues, particularly those affecting the urban poor. Although primarily identified with Protestantism, Lizzie Black Kander ’s efforts to assist immigrant newcomers in Milwaukee’s Haymarket District came out of American Reform Judaism. This book, illustrated with photographs and prints from the past, explores the origins of settlement houses and looks at the children whose lives were changed by them. The author, who grew up at the Northeast Neighborhood House in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has first-hand knowledge of what life was like at a settlement house. 2E:Settlement Houses: Memories of Hull House (Modified) The following is an excerpt from Hilda Satt Polacheck’s book, I Came a Stranger: The Story of a Hull-House Girl, which she wrote in In this excerpt she describes her memories of Hull-House from File Size: KB.

  Settlement house definition is - an institution providing various community services especially to large city populations. Get this from a library! Children of the settlement houses. [Caroline Arnold] -- Explains what a settlement house is, describes its role in the lives of poor children who live near it, and tells how the settlement house movement is still being felt today. SETTLEMENT Neighborhood House, established in Dallas in by the Dallas Free Kindergarten Training and Industrial Association, was likely the first of the many settlement houses set up around the state to provide educational and social programs for . My grandma’s copy of The Settlement Cook Book is the 28th edition, published by the Settlement Book Co. in September , seven years into the post–Mrs. Kander era. (There have been 40 editions in all. The later ones acknowledge the death of Mrs. Kander and are known as The New Settlement Cook Book and published by Simon & Schuster.) At Author: Aimee Levitt.