What was the purpose of Jane Addams' Hull House?

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What was the purpose of Jane Addams' Hull House?

Jane Addams:

Jane Addams, who lived from 1860 until 1935, was an American who made great efforts to improve living conditions for immigrants, women, and children in the United States. For her work, she is often called the ''mother of social work.'' One way Addams tried to help marginalized groups was by opening the Hull House.

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The purpose of the Hull House was to give immigrants to America a place to live and to help them adjust to life by teaching about important language...

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Jane Addams & Hull House: Biography, Facts & Contributions
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