National Conference of Charities and Corrections Conference Program Draft, March 18, 1909

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CONFERENCES.


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1.The Immigrant Finding Work. Labor Exchanges

David A. [Bressler]; Industrial Removal Society, New York.
Wm. D. P. Bliss, Special Agent U. S. Bureau of Labor.
Miss Grace Abbott, Director League for the Protection of Immigrants, Chicago.

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2. The Adjustment of the School System to the Merits of the Immigrant.

Public Schools, Principal Washington Irving High School, New York.
Night Schools, Dr. Peter Roberts, Y.M.C.A.
Camp Schools, Miss Sarah W. Moore, Virginia.
The Work of the Trade Schools for Immigrant Girls, Miss Potter.

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.<3.> The Child of the Immigrant.

Child Life on the Street, Phillip Davis,
Supervisor Licensed Minors, Boston.
The Illinois Minor over school Age,
Miss Mary Dewson, Probation Officer, Boston.
The Delinquent Children of Immigrant Parents,
Mrs. Joseph T. Bowen, Pres. Juvenile Court Committee, Chicago.

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<4.> The Adjustment of the Legal Machinery.

Gino C. Speranza, New York.
Morris [Levine], Cleveland, Ohio.
Bernard Flexner.

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GENERAL MEETING.

Report on Committee, Miss Jane Addams, Chairman.

ADDRESSES:

1. An Interpretation of the Newer Race Elements in American Population. or

Racial Problems Involved in Recent Immigration.
Prof. Wm. E. Ripley, Harvard University.

2. The Adjustment of our Industry to Surplus and Unskilled Labor.
Prof. Geo. H. Mead, University of Chicago.

3. The Organization of European Agricultural Labor into American Casual Labor.
Frank L. McVey, Minnesota Tax Commission.

4. The Immigrant at Home.
The Results of Immigration upon its Sources.
Prof. Edward A. Steiner, Iowa College.