Americanization; Principles of Americanism, Essentials of Americanization, Technic of Race-Assimilation. Winthrop Talbot, Julia E. Johnsen, eds. New York: H.W.Wilson, 1920.

 

Immigration and Americanization: Selected Readings. Philip Davis, Bertha Schwartz, eds. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1920.
Includes essays by Jane Addams, Lillian […]

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True Americanism address of Louis D. Brandeis at Faneuil Hall, Boston. July 4, 1915.

 

Ladies and gentlemen:–

E pluribus unum, Out of many one, was the motto adopted by the founders of the Republic when they formed a union of the thirteen States. To these we have added, from time to time, thirty-five more. The […]

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RICHMOND – THE NURSES SETTLEMENT 201 East Cary Street (August, 1909 -)

 

Note: This description of the Nurses Settlement in Richmond, VA is from the HANDBOOK OF SETTLEMENTS written by two settlement house pioneers: Robert Archey Woods and Albert J. Kennedy.  The book included the findings of a national survey of all the known settlements […]

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Theological Foundations of Charity: Catholic Social Teaching, The Social Gospel, & Tikkun Olam by Catherine Paul and Alice W. Campbell

 

The influence of religion can be found in almost every aspect of United States history. In the history of American social welfare, charitable works have often grown out of religious beliefs — beliefs that […]

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The National Social Welfare Assembly’s Comics Project was a collaboration between The National Social Welfare Assembly and National Comics, the company which became DC Comics. The project lasted from August, 1949 to July, 1967 and produced over 200 comic pages promoting citizenship and social values.

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Author of Social Work: The Membership Perspective, Dr. Falck’s greatest contribution to the field was his development of the “Membership Theory” and his study of its implications and consequences for social work practice.

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