House of Refuge

origins of juvenile reform in New York State, 1815-1857
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Syracuse University Press , Syracuse, N.Y.]
House of Refuge (New York, N.Y.), Juvenile delinquency -- New York (State) -- New

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New York (State), New

Statement[by] Robert S. Pickett.
SeriesA New York State study
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LC ClassificationsHV9105.N77 P5
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 217 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5687593M
LC Control Number69019745

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The House of Refuge finally closed inreplaced by other institutions, but, as the author points out, problems remain today. The epilogue provides a broad sketch of the importance of the House of Refuge to current reform developments and present-day problems of juvenile delinquency.

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The Department for White Children of the House of Refuge is. Cincinnati House of Refuge, The Charter, Rules and Regulations for the Government of the House of Refuge, Its Inmates, and the Bylaws of the Board of Directors (Cincinnati: Daily Times Book and Jobs Room, ), Accessed 01 FebruarySabin Americana, Gale, Cengage Learning.

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