Hull

Hull

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  • The Hull House provided kindergarten classes, which taught valuable lessons on social functioning.
  • The Federal Children's Bureau was formed due to the Hull House's efforts and addressed vital issues such as child abuse.
  • Thanks to the Hull House's efforts, the federal child labor law was enacted in 1916, decreasing child labor by prohibiting the sale of goods made by children under 14..
  • With the creation of the Jane Club for single working girls, work women were thought valuable skills pertaining to all aspects of life.
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