1. The March of the Mill Children

Primary Source
Book Section: Mother Jones, “The March of the Mill Children,” Dissent in America: Voices That Shaped a Nation » Read (requires 4×4 login)

Secondary Source 
Book Chapter: Elliot J. Gorn, “The Children’s Crusade,” Mother Jones: The Most Dangerous Woman in America » Read (requires 4×4 login)

2. Hull House and the Peace Movement

Primary Source 
Lecture: Jane Addams, “Subjective Necessity for Social Settlements,”  » Read

Secondary Source 
Article: Linda Schott, “Jane Addams and William James on Alternatives to War,” Journal of the History of Ideas » Read

3. Progressive Era Conservation

Primary Source 
Speech: Theodore Roosevelt, “Publicizing Conservation at the White House” » Read (requires 4×4 login)

Secondary Source 
Article: Kevin C. Armitage, “Bird Day for Kids: Progressive Conservation in Theory and Practice,” Environmental History » Read
Article: Adam Rome, “‘Political Hermaphrodites’: Gender and Environmental Reform in the Progressive Era,” Environmental History » Read

4. Urban Reform

Primary Source 
Book Chapters: Jacob Riis, How the Other Half Lives  » Read (requires 4×4 login)

Secondary Source 
Article: Edward T. O’Donnell, “Pictures vs. Words? Public History, Tolerance, and the Challenge of Jacob Riis,” The Public Historian » Read
Article: Samuel Zipp, “The Roots and Routes of Urban Renewal,” Journal of Urban History » Read

5. Immigration and Xenophobia

Primary Source 
Legislation: National Origins Act of 1924 » Read

Secondary Source 
Article: Mae M. Ngai, “The Architecture of Race in American Immigration Law: A Reexamination of the Immigration Act of 1924.” The Journal of American History » Read