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  • ...Jane Addams]] of the [[Hull House]] Settlement in [[Chicago]] in 1889. Ms. Starr had a particularly strong interest in the arts and is generally considered ...ckford Female Seminary]] in the 1877-1878 school year. Following Rockford, Starr taught for ten years in Chicago. In 1888 she was invited by Addams to accom
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  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>Ellen Gates Starr (1859-1940) was an American educator, social reformer and labor activist. I
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  • ...lement house established in September, 1889 by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr in a house on Halstead Street built by Charles Hull.
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  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>Ellen Gates Starr (1859-1940) was an American educator, social reformer and labor activist. I
    214 B (30 words) - 21:25, 12 January 2016
  • ...Jane Addams]] of the [[Hull House]] Settlement in [[Chicago]] in 1889. Ms. Starr had a particularly strong interest in the arts and is generally considered ...ckford Female Seminary]] in the 1877-1878 school year. Following Rockford, Starr taught for ten years in Chicago. In 1888 she was invited by Addams to accom
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  • [[Hull House]] in [[Chicago]], founded by [[Jane Addams]] and [[Ellen Gates Starr]], was inspired by Toynbee Hall.
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  • *[[Frederick T. Gates]], philanthropist *[[Ellen Gates Starr]], social worker
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  • [[Jane Addams]] and [[Ellen Gates Starr]] in 1889 created the "Hull House social settlement", the locus of many di ...nd the otherwise egalitarian-minded Starr contributed to this impression. "Ellen and I live alone with one servant," Addams wrote to her stepmother in the e
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  • ...ts (aka social settlers) by the founders [[Jane Addams]] and [[Ellen Gates Starr]]. She was born in [[Lexington KY]], to a family noted for its commitment t
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  • |event='''1889''': In September, [[Jane Addams]] and [[Ellen Gates Starr]] move into Hull House, establishing the celebrated [[settlement house]] on
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  • ...eighborhood, but Hull House represented the first Protestant activity. See Ellen Skerrett, "The Irish Of Chicago's Hull-House Neighborhood," ''Chicago Histo Starr and Addams developed three "ethical principles" for social settlements: "to
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  • Goldstein, Elayne, Tim Ward, Ellen Burstyn, Kate Goehring, Betsy Freytag, Stacey Gustaferro, Anna Markin, Kath Starr, Ellen Gates, Mary Jo Deegan, and Ana-Maria Wahl. On Art, Labor, and Religion. New Brun
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  • ...me neighborhood. Hull House represented the first Protestant activity. See Ellen Skerrett, "The Irish Of Chicago's Hull-House Neighborhood." ''Chicago Histo Starr and Addams developed three "ethical principles" for social settlements: "to
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  • * '''R.C.Starr''' - [[Richard Cawthorn Starr]] * '''Rowntree''' - [[Gertrude Ellen Lester Rowntree]]
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