Starting Somewhere New
"Looking into the lives of immagrants"
Home for the Hungry
Immigrants who were less fortunate went to Hull House to receive help.
Families have to live in crammed homes called tenements
Hard, Hot Conditions
To live in a tenement people had to work in crowed, hot places called sweatshops
"The real truth is hidden by ignorance."
Immigrant's with their things waiting at Ellis Island, in New York to be processed into the country.
Jacob Riis, the writer of "How the other Half Lives", wrote about the lives of immigrants and how hard they actually had it. His purpose was to open the eyes of the public so more people would reach out to them and help.