JANE ADDAMS WRITINGS

Cassandra (1881)

The Objective Value of a Social Settlement (1893)

The Subjective Value of a Social Settlement (1893)

HullHouse as a Type of Social Settlement (1894)

Testimony of Jane Addams on the Pullman Strike (1895)

The ArtWork Done by Hull-House (1896)

A Belated Industry (1896)

Foreign Born Children in the Primary Grades (1897)

Why the Ward Boss Rules (1898)

The College Woman and the Family Claim (1898)

Trade Unions and Public Duty (1899)

The Subtle Problems of Charity (1899)

A Function of the Social Settlement (1897)

Labor Museum at Hull-House (1900)

First Report of the Labor Museum at Hull-House, Chicago (1901-1902)

Immigration: Field neglected by the scholar (1905)

Neighborhood Improvement (1904)

Problems of Municipal Administration (1905)

Is Class Conflict in America Growing and Is It Inevitable (1907)

The Chicago Settlements and Social Unrest (1908)

Charity and Social Justice (1910)

Recreation as a Public Function in Urban Communities (1911)

Social Control (1911)

The Progressive Dilemma: The New Party (1912)

A Modern Lear (1912)

If Men were Seeking the Franchise (1913)

A Modern Devil-Baby (1914)

Democracy and Social Ethics (1902)

Newer Ideals of Peace (1907)

Spirit of Youth and the City Streets (1909)

Twenty Years at Hull House, with Autobiographical Notes (1910)

New Conscience and an Ancient Evil (1912)