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by Laura Bufano Edge

ePub A Personal Tour of Hull-House (How It Was) download
Author:
Laura Bufano Edge
ISBN13:
978-0822535829
ISBN:
0822535823
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Publisher:
Lerner Pub Group (February 1, 2001)
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History
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1850 kb
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A Personal Tour of Hull-House (How It Was). 0822535823 (ISBN13: 9780822535829).

A Personal Tour of Hull-House (How It Was).

by Laura Bufano Edge. This book delivers on its promise of a personal tour. Throughfloor plans, period photos, and Laura Edge's sensory descriptions, readers are shown around America's first settlement house, one winter day in 1908. We see young Eleni from Greece, building a model of the Parthenon and sewing her own dress.

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Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder (often referred to as Half Pint by her Pa and Beth by her husband) was the second of five children born to Caroline and Charles Ingalls in the dense pine forests near Pepin, Wisconsin, on February 7, 1867.

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Describes the 1908 settlement house through the eyes of founder Jane Addams, residents of Hull-House, and children, and discusses how Addams used the house to help the poor and to create better working conditions.