How Did Changes in the Built Environment at Hull-House Reflect the Settlement's Interaction with Its Neighbors, 1889-1912?

How Did Changes in the Built Environment at Hull-House Reflect the Settlement's Interaction with Its Neighbors, 1889-1912?

written by Melissa Doak, fl. 2000, Marian Horan, fl. 2001, Kerry Lippincott, fl. 2004, Rima Lunin Schultz, fl. 2004 and Kathryn Kish Sklar, 1939- (Binghamton, NY: State University of New York, Binghamton, 2004, originally published 2004),
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Field of Interest
Women and Social Movements
Author
Melissa Doak, fl. 2000, Marian Horan, fl. 2001, Kerry Lippincott, fl. 2004, Rima Lunin Schultz, fl. 2004, Kathryn Kish Sklar, 1939-
Collection
Women and Social Movements in the United States,1600-2000
Content Type
Document project
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Related Web resources
URL
https://documents.alexanderstreet.com/node/55
Original Publication Date
2004
Publication Year
2004
Publisher
State University of New York, Binghamton
Place Published / Released
Binghamton, NY
Subject
Women and Social Movements, History, Women and Social Reform, Housing, Clubs and social organizations, Mujer y Reforma Social, Mulher e Reforma Social, The Gilded Age & Progressive Era (1876–1913), Industrialization and Western Global Hegemony (1750–1914)
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Mujer y Reforma Social, Mulher e Reforma Social

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