Jane Addams (September 6, 1860 – May 21, 1935) was a pioneer American
settlement ... That fall, Addams, her sister Alice, Alice's husband Harry, and their
..... the notable historian, writ...
The role of Jane Addams in the history of the United States of America. ... He
believed that if she continued at school, she would never marry and create a
Feb 6, 2007 ... The portrait hanging above a marble fireplace at the Jane Addams ... in yellow,
Chicago heiress Mary Rozet Smith, was "married" to Addams for ...
Social reformer Jane Addams founded the settlement house called Hull House in
... The following year, John Addams married Anna Haldeman, a widow with two
sons. .... She took her job seriously -- the only paying position she'd ever held.
As a young woman, Jane Addams did not know what she wanted to do with her ...
Illinois, Addams grew up in an era when women were expected to marry and ...
Biography.com profiles the inspiring life of Jane Addams, peace activist,
advocate for immigrants and the poor, and Nobel Peace Prize winner.
Jane Addams was born Laura Jane Addams on 6 September 1860, ... When
Jane was seven, her father married Anna H. Haldeman, who brought two sons, ...
No, and she was never married. it is interesting to relate in some states, married
women were not permitted to be employed as school teachers! Imagine such as ...
So it happened that John Addams married Sarah Weber, and, as hisdiary puts it:
... and conquering an empire greater than was ever ruled by aTimberline or a ...
Sep 6, 2013 ... Nobel Peace Prize-winning social worker Jane Addams was never a housewife
and was tight with a ... (Ever heard of a "Boston Marriage"?