- She was born on September 6,1860 and Died May 21,1935.
- She was born in Cedarville, Illinois and Died in Chicago.
- Jane was born 1 out of 9 children.
- In 1881 she graduated from Rockford Female Seminary.
- On December 10, 1931 she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
- She wrote 2 books in er life time.
Affects on Work
- Women's rights activist
- World War 1 was going on
- She was a anti-war
- Jane founded Chicago's Hull House- it provided services for the immigrant and poor population.
- Served on Chicago's board of Education.
- First female president of the National Conference of Charities and Corrections.
- Founder of the Chicago Federation of Settlements.
This is the Hull House that she founded.
- She was Valedictorian of her class.
- There were 17 people in her graduating class.
- Jane majored in health issues
- She spent most of her life in the hospital.
- She was family friends with Abe Lincoln