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On reformatories for the destitute and the fallen

On reformatories for the destitute and the fallen

being the substance of a paper read at the Statistical Section of the British Association

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Published by J. Maclehose in Glasgow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reformatories,
  • Juvenile delinquents -- Rehabilitation,
  • Agricultural colonies

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications, 1990. 1 microfiche. (19th-century legal treatises ; no. 53821)

    Statementby James McClelland, to which is appended Report on agricultural colonies, by M. Demetz.
    Series19th-century legal treatises -- no. 53821.
    ContributionsDemetz, M. 1796-1873.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination39 p.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16325374M
    OCLC/WorldCa27765411


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the Railway Mission, hospices for servants, workwomen, fallen women, and women exposed to danger, the industrial schools, homes for physically and mentally defective children, homes for the aged, night refuges for the destitute, reformatories, training homes for Penitentiaries and Reformatories.

By Felicia Skene. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, in Scotland of one or two, Refuges for the Fallen, conducted for the most part by ladies offering themselves freely to the work. With such elements of success, what might not have been accomplished.

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Ruin in this On reformatories for the destitute and the fallen book almost irretrievable, unless those who go so swiftly downward are arrested long before they reach the dark abyss. For it is more than the road to ruin; it is the road of ruin. 'Ruin' is placarded on its first gateway, that   The first children's book published in Australia, A Mother's Offering to Her Children, for instance, instructed colonial children on the importance of appreciating nature and obeying parents.

Respectability and class position were maintained. Middle- and upper-class children were taught by tutors and governesses, or sent back to England for In these the children were not only clothed and fed but taught to read, write, sing, work and serve their Creator.

In Bishop Zumarraga, O. M., brought the first printing press to the New World. The first book printed in America that remains to us come to us from that press (in Mexico City) in An informative and all-embracing history of children's homes, from the feared to the idyllic, which will be useful as a reference work to social historians and also as a guide to family historians tracing life stories of ancestors who, as children, may have been in residential care as orphans or of destitute parents in the late 19th and 20th Reformatories (also known as refom schools) Reformatories (also called reform schools) were where children were sent by the courts if found guilty of a crime.

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The abuses of the former system had become so glaring, that some alteration seemed to be urgently 's_work. The census gives an indication of the residential childcare institutions already in place as the twentieth century began.

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26 to 30 ; The Boarding-out System. 31 to 34 ; Objections to Boarding-out System answered. 35 to 39 ; Success of Boarding-out System in Other Countries. 40 to 45 ; Reformatories. 46 to 50 ; Amendments proposed to be made in the Act.

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