Waging Peace The Story of Jane Addams

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Jane Addams was Born September 6

1860

In the small town of Cedarville, Illinois

Jane enrolls at Rockford Seminary

1877

This school was known for its two major degrees as the master of Arts in Teaching and Master of Business Administration.

Jane enrolls in Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

1881

Rockford College for Women names Jane to its Board of Trustees.

1882

Jane Receives her bachelor of arts degree from Rockford College for Women

1882

Ellen Starr and Jane Addams move into the Hull House in Chicago

1889

They move into the Hull House so that they will always be there for everyone in case they needed instant access to help.

Hull House Residents attempt to end child labor. Passing Illinois Factory Act.

1893

Jane is elected Chicago Board of Education.

1905

Jane Helps to found the NAACP.

1909

Jane is elecged Vice-president of National American Woman Suffrage Association.

1911

Leads 1,000 women to Washington, D.C. to testify about woman's suffrage.

1912

Jane is elected chair of Womens Peace Party in the U.S

1915

Jane helps form the Women's Peace Party in the U.S.

1915

Dies of Cancer in Chicago on May 21 at age of 74

1935

Jane wins American Education Award.

1935

Second

Abraham Lincoln assassinated on april 14th

1865

Her father John was a politician and businessman from the U.S. state of Illinois which then led to her father and Abraham Lincoln getting really close so once he was assinated that was a very hard time for their family to get used to.

President James A. Garfield shot by assassin on July 2. Dies on September 19.

1881

Jane travels to Europe for two years then returns to America.

1883 - 1885

Jane goes back to Europe looking for ideas for Hull house in Toynbee Hall

1887

Jane published Democracy and Social Ethics.

1902

This book talks about Filial Relations, Household Adjustment, Industrial Amelioration, Educational Methods, Political Reform.

Jane publishes Newer Ideals of Peace.

1907

This book talks about Janes life and how she is working on resoring peace all around the world.

Publishes the Spirit of Youth and the City Streets.

1909

In this book Jane put multiple articles thatwere previously posted into a book in hope to keep children safe and provide them with oppertunities of recreation.

Jane Publishes Twenty Years at Hull House.

1910

This book talks about the settlement house known as the Hull House in Chicago's West Side slums and how it stands as the immortal testament of a woman who lived and worked among those in need.

Publishes A Modern Kind Lear.

1912

The 19 Amendment giving women the right to vote is passed.

1920

Jane Publishes Peace and Bread in Time Of War

1922

This book was published during the red scare and it was her eith book published and her third book that talked about her thoughts on pacifism.

Jane Publishes The Excellent Becomes the Permanent.

1932

Third

John Addams, Jane's Father,dies at age 59 in October.

1881

The Spanish American War Begins.

1893

The Hull House is now 20 years old.

1909

World War 1 begins in Europe.

1914

Jane disagrees with America's Entry into World War 1.

1917

The Great Depression begins.

1929

FDR's New Deal Begins; the 21st Ammendment repeals prohibition

1933