Jane Addams was a social reformer and pacifist that was a cow inner for Nobel Peace Prize in 1931

Jane Addams was a social reformer and pacifist that was a cow inner for Nobel Peace Prize in 1931. She was born on September 6th by 1860 in Cedarville. She was popular as a confounder in Hull House which was one of the first settlements in North America. She was the first American woman who won the Nobel Peace Prize as a feminist and internationalist. In United States, Jane Adams was a woman who recognized worldwide in the 20th century. She was also known as a leading social worker and social activist. She was also a dedicated international and critical intellectual.