Jane Addams was an American social reformer, pacifist, and a cow inner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931. She was born on September 6, 1860; Cedarville, Illinois, U.S. In 1881, she graduated from Rockford Female Seminary in Illinois. She was granted a degree the following year when the institution became Rockford College. She is best known as a confounder of Hull House in Chicago that was one of the first settlements in North America. She was the first American woman to get the Nobel Peace Prize as a feminist and an internationalist. She was also known as a pioneering social worker and social activist who was a person that won the worldwide recognition in the first- third of the 20th century in America.