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Inspectors of the State Prison. Report on employment for discharged inmates, 1830
Senate No. 2 On May 31, 1830, Governor Lincoln forwarded a report from the state prison inspectors. [The page with the Governor's statement shivered
during filming and is very difficult to read.] The inspectors were responding to a Resolve of March 4, 1830 asking them to see if there was a way for
the state to have a sort of halfway house with employment opportunities for newly released prisoners. The only such place identified was a facility
in South Boston for juveniles. The inspectors felt that gathering a group of ex-convicts in one place was asking for trouble and that it would not
work. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   To the honorable Senate and House of Representatives, the inspectors of the state prison have forwarded ... a report prepared in pursuance of a resolve the 4th of March last, directing their attention to inquiries on the subject of providing a place of employment for discharged convicts ... .
OCLC Number:   1380393468
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