Resources

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Primary Sources

1.Boston Public Library -Leventhal Map Center: "Parts of Wards 7 and 9 City of Boston 1908" ; Atlas of the City of Boston ,1908
Plate number 14

2.Boston Public Library-Microtext Department: US Federal Census 1900 Suffolk Massachusetts; Call #HA431.19003x,T623 Roll #678
Ward 7 precinct 5 , Enumeration 1253 A and B

3.Denison House. Denison House: Information to Candidates for Residence. Boston: Denison House, 1900.
http://pds.lib.harvard.edu/pds/view/4269063

4.Denison House. //Directory of Clubs and Classes.// Boston: Allied Print Trades Council, 1903.

5.//The Boston College Settlement: Annual Report.// Boston: College Settlements Association, 1912.

6. Denison House. //Annual Report for the Year Ending.// Boston: H.A. MacDonald & Co., 1913.

7. Denison House. //Denison House: Brochure.// Boston: s.n., 1913.

8.US Federal Census 1900 Suffolk Massachusetts;Boston Public Library-Microtext Department: Call #HA431.19003x,T623 Roll #678
Ward 7 precinct 5 , Enumeration 1253 A and B

9.Boston Public Library-Microtext Department: Boston City Directory 1900,p 45 and p513.

Secondary Sources

1.. Dolgoff, Ralph. "Social Work." Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Grolier Online, 2011. Web. 12 Jan. 2011.
http://go.grolier.com/

2."Hull House." Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Grolier Online, 2011. Web. 12 Jan. 2011.

3.Segal, Naomi. “Jane Adams of Hull House.” Scholastic Teachers, 2011. . Web. 12 Jan. 2011

4.Arnold, Caroline. Children of the Settlement Houses. Minneapolis: Carolrhoda. 1998

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