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TABLE XIX.—Tabular vieio of State prison statistics for 1868.

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$75,000

8,000

248

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181

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7,350

21, 128

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20, 000

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States.

Location.

Warden.

Estimated value of

real estate.

Estimated value of personal property.

$50,000

William Smith.
J. L. Hodges.
William Holden
William Willard..

100, 000

M. Martin
John Darnell..
Geo. W. Perkins

19, 000
1,000,000

W. W. Higgins.
L. S. Shuler
Martin Heisey
J.L. Philbrick.
H. I. Todd

(d)1,500,000

500,000
100,000
800,000

Alabama (a)

Wetumpka
Arkansas

Little Rock.
California.

San Quintin
Connecticut (a)

Wethersfield
Delaware

No State prison.
Florida

Chattahoochee
Georgia (a)

Milledgeville
Illinois (a)

Joliet
Indiana :
Northern

Michigan City
Southern (a)

Jeffersonville
Iowa.

Fort Madison..
Kansas

Leavenworth
Kentucky (a)

Frankfort.
Louisiana

Baton Rouge.
Maine (a)

Thomaston
Maryland

Baltimore.
Massachusetts (a).

Charlestown
Michigan :
State prison..

Jackson
Detroit House of Correction.. Detroit
(State prison for certain pur-

poses.)
Minnesota

Stillwater.
Mississippi

Jackson
Missouri (a)

Jefferson City.
Nebraska

No State prison.
Novada.

Carson City
New Hampshire

Concord
New Jersey.

Trenton
New York:
Auburn

Auburn..
Clinton

Dannemora
Sing Sing, (male and female). / Sing Sing

W. W. Rice.
John W. Horn
Gideon Haynes
H. H. Bingham
Z. R. Brockway.

Z. A. Phillips.
D. A. Wilson

200,000

54, 000

Jas. S. Slingerland
Joseph Mayo.....
D. D. Hennion.

Allen Ross..
Wm. C. Rhodes
E. M. Russell

613, 557 465, 468 813, 671

69, 836 400, 350 180, 434

992

544 1, 318

8

41
4
3

63 63 63

952

518 1, 437

70
52
122

56, 683 44, 579 84, 314

167, 273 331, 764 327 400 Henry M. Klapp,

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Edward S. Wright
Nelson Viall
C. J. Stolbrand.

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(c)60, 352 (c) 46, 926

6, 703
38, 690
80, 000

6, 382 13, 000 19, 800

42

40

7 8

80 540

10 27

4, 754 16, 000

12, 601 81, 931

100, 000
200,000
54,000

88
500
352

8 4
8 5
8 6

10, 000

Western Penitentiary
Rhode Island (a)
South Carolina (a)
Tennessee (a)
Texas
Vermont (a)
Virginia (a)
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Pittsburg
Providence
Columbia
Nashville.
Huntsville
Windsor
Richmond
No State prison
Waupun..

N. A. M. Dudley
James A. Pollard.
Geo. F. Strother

150,000
40, 000

45, 000
5, 000

104
170

8
12

53
6

500,000

26, 000

195

17, 970

49, 986

Totals and averages

7, 404, 696

952, 795

8, 838

8

43-5 71-10 14,063

828

638, 915

2,813, 324

(a) Statistics of these prisons furnished by the prison authorities; of the others, as far as given, they are compiled from the reports. (b) Keeper's salary only; other officers paid by lessee. (c) Exclusive of salaries. (d) Estimated cost when completed.

TABLE XIX.- Tabular view of State prison statistics for 1868--Continued.

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$85, 000

$10,000

$285

$323

240 Railroad building, manufacture of plows and wagons . Yes.

23, 941

2, 813

117

132

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152 { Boot-peakers baresishing silverware, and making} Yes.

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Leasing system. 800 Eleven branches. (See p. 103)

Yes.

Yes.
Coopering, agricultural, and household implements Yes.
Shoemaking, stone-cutting, quarrying, and lime-

No.
burning, are the chief branches.
500

Manufacture of hemp, tobacco, wagons, coopers' } Leasing system.

ware, and blacksmithing.
112 Manufacture of carriages and of boots and shoes. No.

Yes.
310
454 Bronzed-iron work, whips, castings.

Yes.
Yes.

40

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Detroit House of Correction, (State

27, 647

6,061

149

134

65, 259

15, 203

172

224

Manufacture and seating of chairs

No.

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States.

Alabama.
Arkansas
California.
Connecticut.
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Illinois.
Indiana, Northern.

Southern
Iowa.
Kansas

Kentucky*
Louisiana.
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan:

prison for certain purposes)
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri

Nebraska
Nevadat
New Hampshire
New Jersey..
New York:

Auburn.
Clinton

Yes.

Cabinet work, shoemaking

Weaving, chair-making, cordwaining 702 S Manufacture of shoes, hames, tools, machines,

sashes and blinds. 350 | Manufacture of iron and nails.

175

132

Yes.

126, 436 299, 069

40, 842 32, 695

640

577

No.

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950

chains Manufacture of saddlery, hardware, shoes, cabinet}| Yes. 300 Shoemaking, chair-seating

In part
850

Yes.
Saddlery, brick-making, farming.

No.
, ,
ŞSeating chairs, cordwaining, shoe-fitting, weaving, } No.
Weaving, shoemaking, cigar manufacture

No.
60 Shoemaking ..

Yes.
All employed on construction of building and on

No.
domestic work.

Manufacture of agricultural implements and cedar
300

Yes.

97

Pennsylvania:

Eastern Penitentiary

Western Penitentiary
Rhode Island
South Carolina.

51

31, 685 27, 013

6, 703 49, 151

28, 667 19, 913

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37, 500

42, 500

178

83

ware.

Tennessee
Texas
Vermont.
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin

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Totals and averages.

2,037, 351

797, 534

111, 955

200

130

6, 812

* Prison leased for a term of years; no earnings for State.

f Contract system to a limited extent; work done mostly on State account. Convict labor employed chiefly in erecting prison buildings, and consequently bringing no cash income. TABLE XIX.—Tabular view of State prison statistics for 1868--Continued.

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