Trends in Social Work, 1874-1956: A History Based on the Proceedings of the National Conference of Social Work

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INDEX
Abbott, Edith, 32, 268, 305, 311, 320, 323, 327; quoted, 313
Abbott, Grace, 156-58
Addams, George S., quoted, 214-15; 219
Addams, Jane, biography, 112-13; quoted, 114; 184, 327
Adie, David C., 298, 304-5
Adler, Alfred, 277
Adler, Felix, 168
"Advance of Social Group Work" ( Kaiser), 423n
"Advance of Social Work" (Marcus), 420n
A. F. of L., see American Federation of Labor
Aged, see Old age
Agriculture, child labor in, 167-68
Alcoholics Anonymous, 361
Allen, Frederick H., 285
Almshouses, care of insane entrusted to, until nineteenth century, 44; successful use of, by Wisconsin for care of the insane, 46, 47; necessity for removing children from, 63, 64; as sole distributors of relief, 72; Sanborn's survey ( 1884) of New England's, 78; actual conditions far different from theoretical specifications, 79; description of Maryland almshouse, 79, 80; grants-inaid to, given by Wisconsin, 80
Almy, Frederick, 180, 183
Altgeld, John P., 13
Altmeyer, Arthur J., cited, 372, 373
American Association for Labor Legislation, 264
American Association of Professional Schools of Social Work, 143
American Association of Schools of Social Work, 318, 409
American Association of Social Workers, 146, 148
American Charities ( Warner), 101
American Civil Liberties Union, 325
American Dilemma, The ( Myrdal), 72n
American Federation of Labor, 262
American Foundations for Social Welfare ( Harrison and Andrews), 360n
American Medical Association, 141, 244
American National Red Cross, aid to dependents of servicemen in first World War, 232; Home Service Bureau, 233
"American Principle of Tolerance" ( Lowenstein), 328
American Protective Association, 122
American Public Health Association, 4, 241, 306-7
American Social Science Association, 3, 4, 5, 91
American Syndicalism ( Brooks), 258
Anderson, Charles, 85
Anderson, Odin W., cited, 403-4
Anderson, Victor V., 293
Andrews, E. Emerson, cited, 387- 98
Andrews, John B., 264
Annual Forum, 367-68
Armstrong, Samuel C., 332
Associated Charities of Boston, 99 ff., 106
Associated Charities of Pittsburgh, 194

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