What did Jane Addams do?

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What did Jane Addams do?

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Jane Addams (1860-1935) was born in Cedarville, Illinois. Addams found her writing and speaking voice while attending Rockford Female Seminary. Her experiences volunteering at a nursing home and at an orphanage further shaped her views.

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Jane Addams was an activist, sociologist, author, humanitarian, and known as the mother of social work who founded the Hull House and won a Nobel...

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