Category:Jane Addams

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English: Jane Addams (September 6, 1860 – May 21, 1935) was a founder of the U.S. Settlement House movement, and one of the first women to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
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Jane Addams
Alternative names 劳拉·简·亚当斯; ג'יין אדמס; Laura Jane Addams; Jane Addams; Jane Laura Addams; জেইন অ্যাডাম্‌স; Addams; ジェイン・アダムス; ジェイン・アダムズ; ジェーン・アダムス; جان آدمز; Аддамс Джейн; Аддамс Д.; Addams,Jane; Jane Adams; Аддамс Лаура Джейн; Джэйн Адамс; Addams, Laura Jane; Addams, Jane Laura; Jane Addamsová; Džeinė Adams; Džein Adams; Aide sociale publique; Dzheyn Edems
Description American Chayotero, philosopher, writer, sociologist, social worker and feminist
pioneer settlement social worker
Date of birth/death 6 September 1860 21 May 1935
Location of birth/death Cedarville Hull House
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creator QS:P170,Q180989


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