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Hull House provided child care, practical and cultural training and education, and other services to the largely immigrant population of its Chicago neighbourhood.
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Addams also successfully advocated for social reform. Addams was the first woman president of the National Conference of Social Work. Addams was a recipient of the Nobel Prize for Peace. Addams believed that effective social reform required the more- and less-fortunate to get to know one another and also required research into the causes of poverty. She worked for protective legislation for children and women and advocated for labour reforms.
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Addams graduated from Rockford Female Seminary in Illinois in and was granted a degree the following year when the institution became Rockford College. During neither subsequent travel in Europe in —85 nor her stay in Baltimore , Maryland, in —87 did she find a vocation. Upon returning to the United States , she and Starr determined to create something like Toynbee Hall. In a working-class immigrant district in Chicago , they acquired a large vacant residence built by Charles Hull in , and, calling it Hull House, they moved into it on September 18, Eventually the settlement included 13 buildings and a playground, as well as a camp near Lake Geneva , Wisconsin.
Many prominent social workers and reformers— Julia Lathrop , Florence Kelley , and Grace and Edith Abbott —came to live at Hull House, as did others who continued to make their living in business or the arts while helping Addams in settlement activities.
Among the facilities at Hull House were a day nursery , a gymnasium , a community kitchen, and a boarding club for working girls. Hull House offered college-level courses in various subjects, furnished training in art, music, and crafts such as bookbinding , and sponsored one of the earliest little-theatre groups, the Hull House Players. In addition to making available services and cultural opportunities for the largely immigrant population of the neighbourhood, Hull House afforded an opportunity for young social workers to acquire training.
She strove in addition for justice for immigrants and blacks, advocated research aimed at determining the causes of poverty and crime, and supported woman suffrage. She was also involved in the founding of the American Civil Liberties Union in In she was a cowinner of the Nobel Prize for Peace. The establishment of the Chicago campus of the University of Illinois in forced the Hull House Association to relocate its headquarters. The majority of its original buildings were demolished, but the Hull residence itself was preserved as a monument to Jane Addams.
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