Twenty Years at Hull-House

Table of Contents

Preface

I. EARLIEST IMPRESSIONS

II. INFLUENCE OF LINCOLN

III. BOARDING-SCHOOL IDEALS

IV. THE SNARE OF PREPARATION

V. FIRST DAYS AT HULL-HOUSE

VI. THE SUBJECTIVE NECESSITY FOR SOCIAL SETTLEMENTS

VII. SOME EARLY UNDERTAKINGS AT HULL-HOUSE

VIII. PROBLEMS OF POVERTY

IX. A DECADE OF ECONOMIC DISCUSSION

X. PIONEER LABOR LEGISLATION IN ILLINOIS

XI. IMMIGRANTS AND THEIR CHILDREN

XII. TOLSTOYISM

XIII. PUBLIC ACTIVITIES AND INVESTIGATIONS

XIV. CIVIC COOPERATION

XV. THE VALUE OF SOCIAL CLUBS

XVI. ARTS AT HULL-HOUSE

XVII. ECHOES OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION

XVIII. SOCIALIZED EDUCATION

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