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WHEN THE PAST IS A PRISON: THE HARDENING PLIGHT OF THE ...

At the same time, advances in record-keeping and computer technology have made life more difficult for ex-convicts. This article examines the hardships faced by American ex-convicts reentering the non-custodial community both at present and in the past.

Pathfinder no. 6

Bega Valley Shire Library March 2010 Convicts Local and Family History Pathfinder no. 6 Bega Library: Mon. - Fri., 9.30am - 5.30pm.

THE CONVICT SETTLEMENT AT HUNTER'S RIVER (NEWCASTLE)

The hours of labour for the convicts in summer are from five o'clock till eight, from nine till twelve, and from two to sunset, except on Saturdays, when they have from ten till four to themselves, and resume their work from four till sunset. The convicts at Newcastle are mustered four times in the day ...

Convicts and Who were the Convicts?

Tharwa Drive, Tharwa ACT / Enquiries 6207 9943 Convicts and Who were the Convicts? Teacher Booklet Extra Activities and Information about the programs

Australian convict sites - Part 3

71 JUSTIFICATION FOR INSCRIPTION PART 3 The Australian Convict Sites are nominated under criteria (iv) and (vi) for their outstanding universal significance as: an exceptional example of the forced migration of convicts - an important stage of human history (criterion iv); and a ...

Australian Convict sites - Part 9

Convicts felt degraded by the punishment which was seen as 'stripping away every vestige of manhood'. Some reports claimed that convicts preferred to commit suicide to escape the ordeal. 146Atkinson (2004) 84; Shaw (1977): 202.

THE LIFE OF A CONVICT WOMAN

Notorious Strumpets and Dangerous Girls © Phillip Tardif 1990 and 2006 Introduction From the commencement of transportation in 1788 to its cessation in 1868, some 162,119 convicts left the British Isles for the Australian colonies.

Convicts: An Alternative Look

Convicts: An Alternative Look Page 1 Background Sheet 7 (Stage 2 British Colonisation of Australia) Convicts: An Alternative Look The "innocent" convict?

'It's a sucker's outfit' How urban gangs enable and impede ...

In the greater Chicago metropolitan area alone roughly 1500 male ex-convicts 1 return to their neighborhoods each month. They arrive home 'wearing an X' on their backs, possessing meager skills of limited portabili ty, and enjoying scanty resources on which to draw in their efforts to 'make good', or ...

Convict stats and facts

Here are some topics to choose from: • Women convicts • Male convicts • Child convicts • A convict facing secondary punishment (a) at Port Arthur (b) at Port Macquarie • Punishments for convicts • Famous convicts (a) Mary Reiby (b) Francis Greenway (c) Simeon Lord (d) Margaret Catchpole • Governor ...