From the Depths: The Discovery of Poverty in the United States

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CHAPTER 1
John H. Griscom, The Sanitary Condition of the Laboring Population of New York with Suggestions for its Improvement ( New York, 1845), pp. 5 and 9.
William Ellery Channing, On the Elevation of the Laboring Classes in The Works of William E. Channing, D.D. ( Boston, 1889), p. 60.
Elizabeth Oakes Smith, The Newsboy ( New York, 1854), p. 88.
Charles Dickens, "American Notes" in The Works of Charles Dickens ( National Library Edition. 20 vols., New York, n. d.), XIV, 115-16.
Robert Hartley, Eighth Annual Report of the New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, 1851, p. 18.
Matthew Hale Smith, Sunshine and Shadow in New York ( Hartford, 1869), p. 366.
Josiah Strong, The New Era or the Coming Kingdom ( New York, 1893), p. 193.
United States Commissioner of Labor, Seventh Special Report. The Slums of Baltimore, Chicago, New York and Philadelphia ( Washington, 1894), p. 13.
Charles Loring Brace, The Dangerous Classes of New York and Twenty Years' Work Among Them ( New York, 1872), p. 31.
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, First Report of a Committee on the Sanitary Condition of the Laboring Classes in the City of New York, with Remedial Suggestions ( New York, 1853), p. 4.
Tenement Houses -- Their Wrongs," New York Daily Tribune, Nov. 23, 1864, p. 4.
New York A.I.C.P., First Report of a Committee on the Sanitary Condition of the Laboring Classes, p. 4.
George C. Booth in Forty-First Annual Report of the New York A.I.C.P., 1884, pp. 50-53.
"Chicago American", June 13, 1835, quoted in James Brown, The History of Public Assistance in Chicago, 1833 to 1893 ( Chicago, 1941), p. 12.
Aaron Clark, quoted in David M. Schneider , The History of Public Welfare in New York State, 1609- 1866 ( Chicago, 1938), p. 299.
Edith Abbott, Historical Aspects of the Immigration Problem. Select Documents ( Chicago, 1926), pp. 559-694 contain numerous protests and complaints against the importation of alien pauperism and crime.
Schneider, The History of Public Welfare in New York State, pp. 297-98.
Ray Allen Billington, The Protestant Crusade, 1800- 1860 ( New York, 1938), pp. 35 and 324.

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