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

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Index
Abbott, Edith, on tenement-house investigations, 206
Abbott, Lyman, 137Abolition of Poverty, The (Hollander), 125
Abundance, Idea of, 128-29; F. D. Roosevelt, 265
Académie Julian, 194
Addams, Jane, 60, 154, 202, 219, 258, 269; on child labor, 214, 216; on Pittsburgh survey, 156; on relation of child-labor legislation to other reforms, 228; on services performed by settlement houses, 63-64; quoted, 63-64, 66
Ade, George, 115
Adkins v. Children's Hospital, 242-43
Adler, Felix, 219, 233; on Single Tax, 25; quoted, 216, 228
Alabama, 216, 217, 218; child-labor law, 217-18
Alabama Child Labor Committee, 217
Aladdin Oven, 13
Albany, N.Y., 36
Alcott, Louisa May: On female labor, 75; Work, 75
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey: "Unguarded Gates," 10; quoted, 10
Alger, Horatio, 20, 77
Allegheny County (Pa.), 154, 248, 254
Almsgiving, 18, 56, 124
Almshouses, 46; children in, 49-50; conditions in, 48-50
American Association for Labor Legislation, 239, 255, 259
American Charities. A Study in Philanthropy and Economics (Warner), 70, 270; quoted, 67
American Economic Association, 155, 270
American Epoch (Link), 271
American Federation of Labor, 223, 244, 245, 247; advocates government subsidies for housing, 211; attitude toward social legislation, 245; supports child-labor legislation, 225; and workmen's compensation movement, 255
American Medical Association, 225
"American Mothers" (Young), 196
American Notes (Dickens), 5
American Sociological Society, 155
American Union Commission, 43
America's Working People (Spahr), 148
Andrews, E. B., 84; quoted, 21, 25-26
Andrews, John B., 256, 259
Annals, The], 270
Anshutz, Thomas P.: "Steelworkers, Noontime," 113
Applied Sociology (Ward), 126
Arena, The, 69, 188, 270
Art: American attitudes toward, 185- 86; and American scene, 108-9, 120, 186; "ash-can school," 187-91; and Progressive movement, 198; and public taste, 109-10; social criticism in, 191ff.
Art and Life in America ( Larkin), 271
Art Spirit, The ( Henri), quoted, 185
Associated Charities, 51; Boston, 88. See also Charity organization societies
Associations for Improving the Condition of the Poor (A.I.C.P.), 51, 52
Astor Place riot, 90 347

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