Jane Addams and Mother Teresa. Maisie O’Meara Mrs. Herrmann World History Honors Semester Presentation. Two Motherly Figures. Biography Jane Addams Mother Teresa Similarities Differences Who had a greater impact?. She was very devoted to her father in her younger years.
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She went to school at the Rockford Female Seminary.
She was born in Illinois.
She had surgery on her back which caused her to be on bed rest for over a year.
Her and her friends traveled in Europe for almost two years.
She got her inspiration from Toynbee Hall in London.
Her most famous establishment was called the Hull House.
She is remembered for being the first social worker.
She won a Nobel Prize in 1931.
She joined the Sisters of Loreto when she was eighteen.
She officially became a nun on May 24, 1931.
She spent much of her time working in the slums.
Her most significant establishment was called the Missionaries of Charity.
She was directly inspired by Jesus.
She established more than 600 foundations involving Missionaries of Charity.
She is remembered for her extreme compassion to the world.
She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.