Subject Fields

Subject fields exclude the metadata that we track in other fields. So in most cases we will not be indexing people's names, organization names (unless they are major, like Hull-House), events (that are identified), and places (that are identified).

Addams

One large category of subject entries will be centered on what the document tells us about Jane Addams. We will continue adding new topics to this as we go, but let's try to build it up as much as we can before we get going.

Addams, Jane, and African-Americans
Addams, Jane, and child labor
Addams, Jane, and family
Addams, Jane, and the government
Addams, Jane, and Hull-House
Addams, Jane, and labor movement
Addams, Jane, and immigrants
Addams, Jane, and peace movement
Addams, Jane, and Progressive Party
Addams, Jane, and public health
Addams, Jane, and settlement movement
Addams, Jane, and woman suffrage
Addams, Jane, and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
Addams, Jane, appearance
Addams, Jane, autobiographical views
Addams, Jane, books read
Addams, Jane, business sense
Addams, Jane, criticism of
Addams, Jane, death of
Addams, Jane, financial dealings
Addams, Jane, gratitude
Addams, Jane, health of
Addams, Jane, honors and tributes
Addams, Jane, influence of Tolstoy (can create more sub-entries with names)
Addams, Jane, lectures
Addams, Jane, legal dealings
Addams, Jane, memberships in organizations
Addams, Jane, mental state of
Addams, Jane, personal life
Addams, Jane, praise for
Addams, Jane, public opinion
Addams, Jane, readings
Addams, Jane, relationship with Louise DeKoven Bowen
Addams, Jane, relationship with Sophonisba Breckinridge
Addams, Jane, relationship with Ellen Gates Starr
Addams, Jane, relationship with Florence Kelley
Addams, Jane, relationship with Alice Hamilton
Addams, Jane, relationship with Julia Lathrop
Addams, Jane, relationship with Rockford College
Addams, Jane, relationship with Mary Rozet Smith
Addams, Jane, relationship with Theodore Roosevelt
Addams, Jane, relationship with Lillian Wald
Addams, Jane, relationship with Hull-House neighbors
Addams, Jane, religious views
Addams, Jane, reputation
Addams, Jane, requests from
Addams, Jane, requests to
Addams, Jane, research
Addams, Jane, sexual identity of
Addams, Jane, speaking tours
Addams, Jane, testimony
Addams, Jane, travels
Addams, Jane, views on Catholicism
Addams, Jane, views on Chicago
Addams, Jane, views on democracy
Addams, Jane, views on education
Addams, Jane, views on eugenics
Addams, Jane, views on free speech
Addams, Jane, views on the future
Addams, Jane, views on history
Addams, Jane, views on justice
Addams, Jane, views on labor
Addams, Jane, views on peace
Addams, Jane, views on philosophy
Addams, Jane, views on politics
Addams, Jane, views on poverty
Addams, Jane, views on progressivism
Addams, Jane, views on prostitution
Addams, Jane, views on race
Addams, Jane, views on social work
Addams, Jane, views on soldiers
Addams, Jane, views on war
Addams, Jane, views on women's roles
Addams, Jane, views on youth
Addams, Jane, visits
Addams, Jane, writing — (Addams in the process of writing)
Addams, Jane, writings — (Discussing the writings of Addams other than books)

We will also include entries on Addams' books that can cover discussions of the writing of them, reviews and reception, etc.

Addams, Jane, writings, Democracy and Social Ethics
Addams, Jane, writings, The Excellent Becomes the Permanent
Addams, Jane, writings, Hull-House Maps and Papers
Addams, Jane, writings, Long Road of Women's Memory
Addams, Jane, writings, My Friend, Julia Lathrop
Addams, Jane, writings, A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil
Addams, Jane, writings, Newer Ideals of Peace
Addams, Jane, writings, Peace and Bread in Time of War
Addams, Jane, writings, Second Twenty Years at Hull-House
Addams, Jane, writings, The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets
Addams, Jane, writings, Twenty Years at Hull House

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African-Americans
African-Americans, discrimination against
African-Americans, organizations
African-Americans, rights
alcohol abuse
Americanization
anarchism
apologies
arbitration
architecture
art exhibits
arts and crafts
capitalism
celebrations
censorship
charitable works
child labor
child protection laws
child welfare
child welfare reforms
children
children's clubs
Chicago, activism in
Chicago, city government
Chicago, charitable work in
Chicago, education in
Chicago, housing
Chicago, political activities in
Chicago, streets and roads
Chicago, Ward 19
Christian humanism
Christian socialism
citizenship
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civic engagement
civil liberties
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clothing
commerce
community
compromise
conferences
conservation
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cooperation, theory of
cooperative living
cosmopolitanism
criminal justice
cross-class alliances
death
diplomacy
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dogmatism
drug abuse
economic depressions
economics
education
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elections
employment
eugenics
evolutionary theories
experience and experiential method
fashion
feminism
firearms
food conservation
free speech
funerals
gambling
gender roles
genocide
Germany
gossip
government
government regulation
gratitude
health care
health, illness, and disease
holidays and celebrations
home economics
housing reform
Hull-House, aims
Hull-House, and children
Hull-House, and immigrants
Hull-House, and labor
Hull-House, and politics
Hull-House Association
Hull-House, atmosphere
Hull-House, buildings
Hull-House, criticism of
Hull-House, donations
Hull-House, educational programs
Hull-House, events
Hull-House, expansion
Hull-House, finances
Hull-House, organization of
Hull-House, programs
Hull-House, residents
Hull-House, shop
Hull-House, support for
Hull-House, visits to
human nature
human rights
humanitarianism
Illinois, state government
immigrants and immigrant neighborhoods
immigration reform
imperialism
individualism
industrial relations
industrialism
intellectual disability
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international commerce
international organization
international relations
Italy
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juvenile delinquency
labor conditions
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lectures
legal problems
legislation
liberalism
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lynching
marital relations
Marxism
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meetings
memberships
memorials
mental illness
militarism
monopolies and trusts
moral principles
mortality, infant and child
municipal government reforms
music
nationalism
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newspapers
pacifism
patriotism
peace
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peace movement, international
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peace movement, women and
performances
photographs
poetry
police
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politics
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poorhouse reform
poverty
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Progressive Party
Progressive Party, and women
Progressive Party, platform
progressive politics
prohibition
property ownership
prostitution
publications
public administration
public health
public/private spheres
publishing
psychology
race discrimination
race relations
reciprocity, theory of
recommendations
relief efforts
religion
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self-help
settlement movement
settlements
settlements, closing
settlements, founding
settlements, race relations
settlements, research
sex hygiene
sexual exploitation
slavery
social classes, interdependence
social classes, tensions between
social conservatism
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social democracy
social ethic
social justice
social purity
social welfare
social work
social work, education
socialism
sociology
Southern United States
state, the
sterilization
suffrage movement
sweatshop reform
sympathy
temperance
theater
tolerance
transnationalism
travels
tributes
truancy
unemployment
United States government
United States, foreign policy
United States, role of
urban improvement
vagrancy
war, descriptions of
war, impact on children
war, impact on women
war, impact on workers
war, opposition to
wealth, criticisms of
weddings
welfare state
white slavery
women, equality for
women, labor
women, political culture
women, sexuality
women's clubs
women's movement
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, activities
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, administration
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, delegates
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, finances
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, lobbying
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, meetings
working conditions
World War I
World War I, aftermath
World War I, opposition to
World War I, propaganda
World War I, peace negotiations
World War I, United States entry
World War I, United States neutrality
writing

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