2 edition of Correction and prevention ... prepared for the Eighth International Prison Congress. found in the catalog.
Correction and prevention ... prepared for the Eighth International Prison Congress.
Charles Richmond Henderson
|Series||Russell Sage Foundation publication|
|Contributions||Smith, Eugene, 1839-1928, Hart, Hastings H. 1851-1932.|
|LC Classifications||HV9471 H45|
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A volume of the Correction and Prevention papers prepared for the Eighth International Prison Congress inpublished by the Charities Publication Committee of the Russell Sage Foundation.
A volume of the Correction and Prevention papers prepared for the Eighth International Prison Congress inpublished by the Charities Publication Committee of the Russell Sage Foundation. CHARLES RICHMOND HENDERSON was professor of sociology in the University of Chicago and commissioner for the United States on the International Prison.
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The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children was founded in (and incorporated in ) as the world's first child protective agency.
It is sometimes called the Gerry Society after one of its co-founders, Elbridge Thomas is commonly seen as having played a key role in the development of children's rights and child protective services in the English speaking world. Six months in a house of correction, or, The narrative of Dorah Mahony who was under the influence of the Protestants about a year, and an inmate of the house of correction, in Leverett St.
Boston, Massachusetts, nearly six months in the year of with some preliminary suggestions by the Committee of Publication. He was appointed as delegate to the International Prison Congress in and represented the U.S.
for the International Prison Commission in From to Bates served as President of the International Penal and Penitentiary Congress and inhe was a member of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention.
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