Table of Contents
- 1 What preached salvation by helping the poor?
- 2 Why did native born Americans start the Americanization?
- 3 What was a community center that offered services to the poor called?
- 4 What was the name of the multifamily urban dwelling?
- 5 What are the names of the large homes or buildings where reformers offered services to poor or urban residents?
What preached salvation by helping the poor?
What was the social gospel movement? An early reform program that preached salvation through service to the poor. Jane Addams was one of the most influential members of the social gospel movements.
What early reform program preached salvation through service to the poor?
“An early reform program, the Social Gospel movement, preached salvation through service to the poor.
Why did native born Americans start the Americanization?
Why did native-born Americans start the Americanization movement? they wanted them to become more American because their cultures were not widely accepted.
What is an officeholders power to appoint people?
Patronage. An officeholder’s holder power to appoint people—usually those who have helped him or her get elected—to positions in government.
What was a community center that offered services to the poor called?
Chapt 4, Sect 1 Progressive Era Vocab
|settlement house||community center organized to provide social services to the urban poor at the turn of the twentieth century|
|Jane Addams||leading figure in the settlement house, a community center that provided social services to the urban poor.|
Why did immigrants journey to the United States?
Many immigrants came to America seeking greater economic opportunity, while some, such as the Pilgrims in the early 1600s, arrived in search of religious freedom. From the 17th to 19th centuries, hundreds of thousands of enslaved Africans came to America against their will.
What was the name of the multifamily urban dwelling?
After working-class families left the central city, immigrants often took over their old housing, sometimes with two or three families occupying a one-family residence. As Jacob Riis pointed out, these multifamily urban dwellings, called tenements, were overcrowded and unsanitary.
What is multifamily urban dwelling?
single families dwellings that shared side walls with other similar houses. tenements. a multifamily urban dwelling, usually overcrowded and unsanitary. settlement houses. a community center providing assistantance to residents- particularly immigrants- in a slum neigborhood.
What are the names of the large homes or buildings where reformers offered services to poor or urban residents?
Settlement houses were organizations that provided support services to the urban poor and European immigrants, often including education, healthcare, childcare, and employment resources. Many settlement houses established during this period are still thriving today.