Prisons and Prayer: Or a Labor of Love
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Prisons and Prayer: Or a Labor of Love

By Elizabeth Ryder Wheaton
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  • PRISONS AND PRAYER OR A LABOR OF LOVE
  • BY
  • ELIZABETH R. WHEATON
  • PREFACE.
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Prisons and Prayer OR A LABOR OF LOVE.
  • CHAPTER I.
    • Biography and Call to the Work.
      • MARRIAGE.
      • SANCTIFICATION.
      • MY CALL TO PRISON WORK.
      • PREACH THE GOSPEL TO PRISONERS
      • FAMILY REUNION AFTER A SEPARATION OF FIFTY-TWO YEARS.
    • MARRIAGE.
    • SANCTIFICATION.
    • MY CALL TO PRISON WORK.
    • PREACH THE GOSPEL TO PRISONERS
    • FAMILY REUNION AFTER A SEPARATION OF FIFTY-TWO YEARS.
  • CHAPTER II.
    • A Letter to My Prison Children.
  • CHAPTER III.
    • A Plea for the Prisoner.
      • A LETTER TO PRISON OFFICERS.
      • PREJUDICE.
      • A LOOK INTO THE CELL.
      • INSANE PRISONERS.
      • A TOUCHING INCIDENT.
      • PREPARED TO DIE.
    • A LETTER TO PRISON OFFICERS.
    • PREJUDICE.
    • A LOOK INTO THE CELL.
    • INSANE PRISONERS.
    • A TOUCHING INCIDENT.
    • PREPARED TO DIE.
  • CHAPTER IV.
    • A Brief Pen Picture of Prison Life.
      • THE CHAPEL SERVICE.
      • THE WORKSHOPS.
      • THE HOSPITAL,
    • THE CHAPEL SERVICE.
    • THE WORKSHOPS.
    • THE HOSPITAL,
  • CHAPTER V.
    • Letters of Introduction and Kind Words from Governors, Prison Officials, Etc.
      • FROM GOVERNORS.
      • PRISON OFFICIALS.
      • PERSONAL LETTERS.
      • EXTRACT.
    • FROM GOVERNORS.
    • PRISON OFFICIALS.
    • PERSONAL LETTERS.
    • EXTRACT.
  • CHAPTER VI.
    • Some of My Prison Boys.
      • A TALENTED YOUNG MAN.
      • UNDER DEATH SENTENCE.
      • SENTENCED FOR LIFE.
      • FAITHFUL INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF PRISON WALLS.
    • A TALENTED YOUNG MAN.
    • UNDER DEATH SENTENCE.
    • SENTENCED FOR LIFE.
    • FAITHFUL INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF PRISON WALLS.
  • CHAPTER VII.
    • Letters from Co-workers, and Some of My Prison Girls.
  • CHAPTER VIII.
    • Incidents in My Prison Work.
      • LETTER FROM THE PRISONERS AT CHESTER, ILL.
      • SUICIDE OF A PRISONER.
      • "I HAVE NO FRIENDS."
      • WAY OPENED IN ANSWER TO PRAYER.
      • A WOMAN CONVERTED AND HEALED.
      • A CHANGE WROUGHT.
      • A CHAPLAIN IN MY AUDIENCE.
      • IMPRESSED TO TARRY.
      • ENCOURAGEMENT BY THE WAY.
      • A CASE OF CRUEL NEGLECT.
      • ANOTHER SUICIDE.
      • JUST OUT OF PRISON.
      • DYING IN PRISON.
      • WILL IT PAY?
      • SAVED AND PREACHING THE GOSPEL.
      • IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT.
      • CRAPE ON THE DOOR.
      • IN A POLICE STATION.
      • BURNED IN HIS CELL.
      • THE INNOCENT IN BONDS.
      • CONFESSED HER GUILT.
      • UNDER SENTENCE OF DEATH.
      • THE RELIGION MOTHER HAD.
    • LETTER FROM THE PRISONERS AT CHESTER, ILL.
    • SUICIDE OF A PRISONER.
    • "I HAVE NO FRIENDS."
    • WAY OPENED IN ANSWER TO PRAYER.
    • A WOMAN CONVERTED AND HEALED.
    • A CHANGE WROUGHT.
    • A CHAPLAIN IN MY AUDIENCE.
    • IMPRESSED TO TARRY.
    • ENCOURAGEMENT BY THE WAY.
    • A CASE OF CRUEL NEGLECT.
    • ANOTHER SUICIDE.
    • JUST OUT OF PRISON.
    • DYING IN PRISON.
    • WILL IT PAY?
    • SAVED AND PREACHING THE GOSPEL.
    • IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT.
    • CRAPE ON THE DOOR.
    • IN A POLICE STATION.
    • BURNED IN HIS CELL.
    • THE INNOCENT IN BONDS.
    • CONFESSED HER GUILT.
    • UNDER SENTENCE OF DEATH.
    • THE RELIGION MOTHER HAD.
  • CHAPTER IX.
    • Conversion of Desperate Prisoners Prevents a Terrible Mutiny.
      • PLAN OF THE MUTINY.
      • HAVOC OF SIN.
    • PLAN OF THE MUTINY.
    • HAVOC OF SIN.
  • CHAPTER X.
    • Remarkable Conversion and Experience of George H. Colgrove.
      • HIS OWN STORY.
    • HIS OWN STORY.
  • CHAPTER XI.
    • Work in Stockades and Prison Camps in Southern States.
      • EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT OF ALABAMA.
      • STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
      • STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
      • STATE OF ALABAMA.
      • STATE OF GEORGIA.
      • STATE OF FLORIDA.
      • STATE OF GEORGIA.
      • A STOCKADE.
      • PLEA FOR WOMEN CONVICTS.
      • BLOOD HOUNDS.
      • COAL MINES.
      • A TOUCHING INCIDENT.
      • MY FIRST MEETING IN A PRISON CAMP.
      • DIFFICULTIES OVERCOME.
      • MY FIRST FREE PASS.
    • EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT OF ALABAMA.
    • STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
    • STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
    • STATE OF ALABAMA.
    • STATE OF GEORGIA.
    • STATE OF FLORIDA.
    • STATE OF GEORGIA.
    • A STOCKADE.
    • PLEA FOR WOMEN CONVICTS.
    • BLOOD HOUNDS.
    • COAL MINES.
    • A TOUCHING INCIDENT.
    • MY FIRST MEETING IN A PRISON CAMP.
    • DIFFICULTIES OVERCOME.
    • MY FIRST FREE PASS.
  • CHAPTER XII.
    • Work in Stockades and Prison Camps—Continued.
      • ASSISTING A COLORED MINISTER.
      • THROUGH DANGER ALONE.
      • A MEETING AT DAY DAWN.
      • HELPING TO BURY A PRISONER.
      • WRECK OF A COAL TRAIN.
      • THE SUGAR CAMPS.
      • IN A GAMBLING SALOON.
      • CONDITION OF CONVICTS.
      • UNJUSTLY CONDEMNED.
      • NEED OF REFORM.
    • ASSISTING A COLORED MINISTER.
    • THROUGH DANGER ALONE.
    • A MEETING AT DAY DAWN.
    • HELPING TO BURY A PRISONER.
    • WRECK OF A COAL TRAIN.
    • THE SUGAR CAMPS.
    • IN A GAMBLING SALOON.
    • CONDITION OF CONVICTS.
    • UNJUSTLY CONDEMNED.
    • NEED OF REFORM.
  • CHAPTER XIII.
    • Work in Fort Madison, Iowa, and Santa Fe, New Mexico
      • WORK IN SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO.
      • SENTENCED TO FORTY YEARS IN PRISON.
      • TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO.
    • WORK IN SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO.
    • SENTENCED TO FORTY YEARS IN PRISON.
    • TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO.
  • CHAPTER XIV.
    • Gone Home from the Scaffold.
      • INDIFFERENT BUT FINALLY CONVERTED.
      • MOTHER'S PRAYERS.
      • CLAIMED TO BE INNOCENT.
      • HARDENED IN CRIME.
      • CONVERSION OF A JEWISH BOY.
      • MYSTERIOUSLY GUIDED.
      • IN LONG EXPECTATION.
      • SENTENCE COMMUTED.
      • A MAN DECEIVED.
      • VISITORS EXCLUDED.
      • INTERCEDED FOR THE LIFE OF A BOY.
      • WENT TO THE SCAFFOLD SINGING.
      • BOTH TWICE CONVICTED OF THE CRIME OF MURDER.
      • THREE YOUNG MEN.
      • FRIEND OF ALL PRISONERS.
      • SESSION OF THE BOARD.
      • HEARD THE BAD NEWS.
      • PLEA OF ATTORNEY.
      • NEWS THAT SON IS TO HANG BROKEN TO AGED WOMAN BY HER DAUGHTER AND CAUSES COLLAPSE.
      • SUPPRESSED EMOTION.
      • TO TEST GALLOWS.
    • INDIFFERENT BUT FINALLY CONVERTED.
    • MOTHER'S PRAYERS.
    • CLAIMED TO BE INNOCENT.
    • HARDENED IN CRIME.
    • CONVERSION OF A JEWISH BOY.
    • MYSTERIOUSLY GUIDED.
    • IN LONG EXPECTATION.
    • SENTENCE COMMUTED.
    • A MAN DECEIVED.
    • VISITORS EXCLUDED.
    • INTERCEDED FOR THE LIFE OF A BOY.
    • WENT TO THE SCAFFOLD SINGING.
    • BOTH TWICE CONVICTED OF THE CRIME OF MURDER.
    • THREE YOUNG MEN.
    • FRIEND OF ALL PRISONERS.
    • SESSION OF THE BOARD.
    • HEARD THE BAD NEWS.
    • PLEA OF ATTORNEY.
    • NEWS THAT SON IS TO HANG BROKEN TO AGED WOMAN BY HER DAUGHTER AND CAUSES COLLAPSE.
    • SUPPRESSED EMOTION.
    • TO TEST GALLOWS.
  • CHAPTER XV.
    • Work in Churches and Missions.
      • STRANGELY LED.
    • STRANGELY LED.
    • LETTERS FROM OTHER FRIENDS.
      • PRISON EVANGELIST.
      • SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS.
      • CALLED TO THE MINISTRY.
      • A COLORED WOMAN SAVED AND PREACHING.
      • STRIKING EXPERIENCES.
      • SAVED BY A HYMN.
    • PRISON EVANGELIST.
    • SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS.
    • CALLED TO THE MINISTRY.
    • A COLORED WOMAN SAVED AND PREACHING.
    • STRIKING EXPERIENCES.
    • SAVED BY A HYMN.
  • CHAPTER XVI.
    • Preaching the Gospel on Railway Trains.
      • KILLED BY CARS.
      • TO RAILROAD MEN.
      • TRANSPORTATION.
      • A KIND CONDUCTOR.
      • MOST INTERESTING GOSPEL SERVICES
      • TRAIN SAVED FROM WRECK IN ANSWER TO PRAYER.
      • A TRAIN IN DANGER.
      • IMPRESSED TO LEAVE THE TRAIN.
      • A TELEGRAM RECEIVED.
      • HELPED TO CARE FOR WOUNDED MAN.
      • CONDUCTOR'S GOD BLESS YOU.
      • A WOMAN'S FAITH ENCOURAGED.
      • RIDING IN PARLOR CAR.
      • FAVOR THE R. R. CO.
    • KILLED BY CARS.
    • TO RAILROAD MEN.
    • TRANSPORTATION.
    • A KIND CONDUCTOR.
    • MOST INTERESTING GOSPEL SERVICES
    • TRAIN SAVED FROM WRECK IN ANSWER TO PRAYER.
    • A TRAIN IN DANGER.
    • IMPRESSED TO LEAVE THE TRAIN.
    • A TELEGRAM RECEIVED.
    • HELPED TO CARE FOR WOUNDED MAN.
    • CONDUCTOR'S GOD BLESS YOU.
    • A WOMAN'S FAITH ENCOURAGED.
    • RIDING IN PARLOR CAR.
    • FAVOR THE R. R. CO.
  • CHAPTER XVII.
    • Street and Open Air Work.
      • PERMIT TO PREACH ON BOSTON COMMON.
      • FROM MISS JOSEPHINE COWGILL.
      • MY FIRST STREET MEETING.
      • CONVERTED TO CHRIST.
      • A WONDERFUL CONVERSION.
      • THE PRISON EVANGELIST.
      • BECAME A PREACHER.
      • THE BLIND ENCOURAGED.
      • FORBIDDEN TO PREACH ON THE STREET.
      • THOUGHT THEY SAW A GHOST.
      • HURT BY A SALOONKEEPER.
      • WARNED TO LEAVE THE CITY.
      • IN JAIL.
      • VERBATIM COPY OF A RECOGNIZANCE.
    • PERMIT TO PREACH ON BOSTON COMMON.
    • FROM MISS JOSEPHINE COWGILL.
    • MY FIRST STREET MEETING.
    • CONVERTED TO CHRIST.
    • A WONDERFUL CONVERSION.
    • THE PRISON EVANGELIST.
    • BECAME A PREACHER.
    • THE BLIND ENCOURAGED.
    • FORBIDDEN TO PREACH ON THE STREET.
    • THOUGHT THEY SAW A GHOST.
    • HURT BY A SALOONKEEPER.
    • WARNED TO LEAVE THE CITY.
    • IN JAIL.
    • VERBATIM COPY OF A RECOGNIZANCE.
  • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • Rescue Work.
      • DRUNKEN WOMEN AND MEN.
      • ASSAULTED IN A DIVE.
      • A GIRL SAVED.
      • A GIRL REJECTED AT RESCUE HOME.
      • ROBBED BY HER OWN BROTHER.
      • NEGLECTED BY THE CHURCHES.
      • VISIT TO A HOSPITAL.
      • ANOTHER VISIT TO A HOSPITAL.
      • A BAT CAVE.
      • WORDS OF CHEER FROM OTHER RESCUE WORKERS.
    • DRUNKEN WOMEN AND MEN.
    • ASSAULTED IN A DIVE.
    • A GIRL SAVED.
    • A GIRL REJECTED AT RESCUE HOME.
    • ROBBED BY HER OWN BROTHER.
    • NEGLECTED BY THE CHURCHES.
    • VISIT TO A HOSPITAL.
    • ANOTHER VISIT TO A HOSPITAL.
    • A BAT CAVE.
    • WORDS OF CHEER FROM OTHER RESCUE WORKERS.
  • CHAPTER XIX.
    • Work in Canada and Mexico.
      • MY SECOND EXPERIENCE IN STREET PREACHING
      • SERVICE WITH Y. M. C. A.
      • A GIRL RESCUED.
      • SHUT OUT—OTHERS ADMITTED.
      • STONED.
      • AN INFIDEL DEFEATED.
      • WORK IN MEXICO.
      • A BULL FIGHT.
      • SIX UNDER DEATH SENTENCE.
      • DIFFICULTIES.
      • MINISTERED TO A SUFFERER.
    • MY SECOND EXPERIENCE IN STREET PREACHING
    • SERVICE WITH Y. M. C. A.
    • A GIRL RESCUED.
    • SHUT OUT—OTHERS ADMITTED.
    • STONED.
    • AN INFIDEL DEFEATED.
    • WORK IN MEXICO.
    • A BULL FIGHT.
    • SIX UNDER DEATH SENTENCE.
    • DIFFICULTIES.
    • MINISTERED TO A SUFFERER.
  • CHAPTER XX.
    • Across the Sea.
      • ON THE OCEAN.
      • IN A FOREIGN LAND.
      • MY LIFE IN DANGER.
      • A SONG STOPS A ROW.
      • TUMULT IN A DIVE.
      • A MOB OF DRUNKEN WOMEN.
      • IN PAISLEY.
      • RETURN TO AMERICA.
      • SECOND VISIT TO EUROPE.
    • ON THE OCEAN.
    • IN A FOREIGN LAND.
    • MY LIFE IN DANGER.
    • A SONG STOPS A ROW.
    • TUMULT IN A DIVE.
    • A MOB OF DRUNKEN WOMEN.
    • IN PAISLEY.
    • RETURN TO AMERICA.
    • SECOND VISIT TO EUROPE.
  • CHAPTER XXI.
    • Travel and Toil.
      • TWO NIGHTS'S SERVICE.
      • ONE WEEK'S WORK.
      • A PROFITABLE TRIP.
      • SIX WEEKS' SERVICE.
      • RECENT WORK.
      • RETURN FROM PACIFIC COAST.
      • ANOTHER TRIP.
    • TWO NIGHTS'S SERVICE.
    • ONE WEEK'S WORK.
    • A PROFITABLE TRIP.
    • SIX WEEKS' SERVICE.
    • RECENT WORK.
    • RETURN FROM PACIFIC COAST.
    • ANOTHER TRIP.
  • CHAPTER XXII.
    • Letters from Prisoners.
  • CHAPTER XXIII.
    • Kind Words from Friends.
      • FROM H. L. HASTINGS AND WIFE.
      • E. E. BYRUM, AUTHOR AND EDITOR.
      • FROM MOTHER OF PRISONER.
      • FROM A PRISONER'S DAUGHTER.
      • FROM AN EDITOR.
      • FROM AN EX-PRISONER.
      • A TESTIMONIAL.
    • FROM H. L. HASTINGS AND WIFE.
    • E. E. BYRUM, AUTHOR AND EDITOR.
    • FROM MOTHER OF PRISONER.
    • FROM A PRISONER'S DAUGHTER.
    • FROM AN EDITOR.
    • FROM AN EX-PRISONER.
    • A TESTIMONIAL.
  • CHAPTER XXIV.
    • Sketches from Press Reports.
      • A Labor of Love.
      • A Prison Evangelist.
      • Prison Evangelist.
      • Evangelistic Service at Prison.
      • Mrs. Wheaton's Eloquence.
      • FROM A PRISONER IN THE PRATT MINES STOCKADE, ALABAMA.
      • Saw Mother Wheaton.
      • The Prison Evangelist.
      • Mrs. Elizabeth Rider Wheaton Preaches to Unfortunates.
      • A Disgraceful Proceeding.
      • Disgraceful.
      • The Prison Evangelist.
      • A Noble Work.
      • Gospel for the Prisoners.
      • Prison Evangelists.
      • The News at Leavenworth.
      • Jail Service.
      • Preached To Convicts.
      • Police Station Services.
      • Services at the Workhouse.
      • A Strange Life of Devotion in Neglected Fields.
      • Preaching on the Streets.
      • Prayer Service in Jail.
      • Street Services.
      • For Prisoners.
      • Elizabeth R. Wheaton.
      • Visit from Missionaries.
      • A Remarkable Scene.
      • At the Colored Church.
      • Prison Worker Visits Tacoma.
      • MANY YEARS IN PRISON WORK.
      • MANY EXPERIENCES.
      • ONCE TAKEN FOR CARRIE NATION.
      • OPPOSES CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.
      • ESTABLISHES NEW RECORD.
      • IS NOT A STRANGER.
      • Prisoners on Bended Knee.
    • A Labor of Love.
    • A Prison Evangelist.
    • Prison Evangelist.
    • Evangelistic Service at Prison.
    • Mrs. Wheaton's Eloquence.
    • FROM A PRISONER IN THE PRATT MINES STOCKADE, ALABAMA.
    • Saw Mother Wheaton.
    • The Prison Evangelist.
    • Mrs. Elizabeth Rider Wheaton Preaches to Unfortunates.
    • A Disgraceful Proceeding.
    • Disgraceful.
    • The Prison Evangelist.
    • A Noble Work.
    • Gospel for the Prisoners.
    • Prison Evangelists.
    • The News at Leavenworth.
    • Jail Service.
    • Preached To Convicts.
    • Police Station Services.
    • Services at the Workhouse.
    • A Strange Life of Devotion in Neglected Fields.
    • Preaching on the Streets.
    • Prayer Service in Jail.
    • Street Services.
    • For Prisoners.
    • Elizabeth R. Wheaton.
    • Visit from Missionaries.
    • A Remarkable Scene.
    • At the Colored Church.
    • Prison Worker Visits Tacoma.
    • MANY YEARS IN PRISON WORK.
    • MANY EXPERIENCES.
    • ONCE TAKEN FOR CARRIE NATION.
    • OPPOSES CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.
    • ESTABLISHES NEW RECORD.
    • IS NOT A STRANGER.
    • Prisoners on Bended Knee.
  • CHAPTER XXV.
    • Furnished unto Every Good Work.
      • MY BOY IN INDIA.
      • PREACHING IN THE PEST-HOUSE.
      • HOW THE LORD PROVIDES.
      • MISCELLANEOUS INCIDENTS.
    • MY BOY IN INDIA.
    • PREACHING IN THE PEST-HOUSE.
    • HOW THE LORD PROVIDES.
    • MISCELLANEOUS INCIDENTS.
  • CHAPTER XXVI.
    • Selections from My Scrap Book.
      • THE AUTHOR OF FLOWER MISSION DAY.
      • FLOWER DAY AT THE PRISON.
      • LINES BY A PRISONER TO HIS WIFE.
    • THE AUTHOR OF FLOWER MISSION DAY.
    • FLOWER DAY AT THE PRISON.
    • LINES BY A PRISONER TO HIS WIFE.
    • WOMAN'S LOVE.
      • TAKE THIS MESSAGE TO MY MOTHER.
      • NOT LONELY NOW.
      • JESUS IS LOOKING ON.
      • HOW GOD CALLS MISSIONARIES OUT OF PRISON CELLS.
      • OUTSIDE THE PRISON WALLS.
      • IF WE KNEW.
      • LITTLE GRAVES.
      • THE MOTHER'S WARNING.
      • HARRY'S REMORSE.
      • TWENTY—THIRTY-FOUR.
      • HIS MOTHER'S SONG.
      • PERFECT PEACE.
      • SWEET REVENGE.
      • NO TELEPHONE IN HEAVEN.
      • PERFECT THROUGH FAITH.
      • A TRUE HERO.
      • THE "KID."
      • CHARGED WITH MURDER.
      • MOTHER'S FACE.
      • ONLY SIXTEEN.
      • THE DRESS QUESTION.
    • TAKE THIS MESSAGE TO MY MOTHER.
    • NOT LONELY NOW.
    • JESUS IS LOOKING ON.
    • HOW GOD CALLS MISSIONARIES OUT OF PRISON CELLS.
    • OUTSIDE THE PRISON WALLS.
    • IF WE KNEW.
    • LITTLE GRAVES.
    • THE MOTHER'S WARNING.
    • HARRY'S REMORSE.
    • TWENTY—THIRTY-FOUR.
    • HIS MOTHER'S SONG.
    • PERFECT PEACE.
    • SWEET REVENGE.
    • NO TELEPHONE IN HEAVEN.
    • PERFECT THROUGH FAITH.
    • A TRUE HERO.
    • THE "KID."
    • CHARGED WITH MURDER.
    • MOTHER'S FACE.
    • ONLY SIXTEEN.
    • THE DRESS QUESTION.
    • SONGS USED IN MY WORK.
      • Rock Me to Sleep, Mother.
      • Life's Railway to Heaven.
      • Meet Me There.
      • God Bless My Boy
      • The Great Judgment Morning.
      • My Name in Mother's Prayer.
      • Over There.
      • This Way.
      • More to be Pitied than Censured.
      • Some Mother's Child.
      • Just Tell My Mother.
      • Soon the Death-bell Will Toll.
      • The End of the Way.
    • Rock Me to Sleep, Mother.
    • Life's Railway to Heaven.
    • Meet Me There.
    • God Bless My Boy
    • The Great Judgment Morning.
    • My Name in Mother's Prayer.
    • Over There.
    • This Way.
    • More to be Pitied than Censured.
    • Some Mother's Child.
    • Just Tell My Mother.
    • Soon the Death-bell Will Toll.
    • The End of the Way.
  • Appendix.
    • The Personnel of Prison Management.
      • THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
      • THE WARDEN.
      • HE MUST BE AN ORGANIZER.
      • HE MUST BE A FINANCIER.
      • DISCIPLINE.
      • THE PRISON SCHOOL.
      • COURAGE NEEDED.
      • OPTIMISM NECESSARY.
      • THE CHAPLAIN.
      • THE PHYSICIAN.
      • SUBORDINATE OFFICERS.
      • THE DEMANDS OF THE AGE.
      • Meditations of a Prisoner.
      • Christ in Gethsemane.
    • THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
    • THE WARDEN.
    • HE MUST BE AN ORGANIZER.
    • HE MUST BE A FINANCIER.
    • DISCIPLINE.
    • THE PRISON SCHOOL.
    • COURAGE NEEDED.
    • OPTIMISM NECESSARY.
    • THE CHAPLAIN.
    • THE PHYSICIAN.
    • SUBORDINATE OFFICERS.
    • THE DEMANDS OF THE AGE.
    • Meditations of a Prisoner.
    • Christ in Gethsemane.
    • DIRECTORY OF PENITENTIARIES, STATE REFORM SCHOOLS, STATE INDUSTRIAL REFORMATORIES, ETC., OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA.
      • UNITED STATES PRISONS.
      • STATE INSTITUTIONS.
      • PRISONS IN CANADA.
    • UNITED STATES PRISONS.
    • STATE INSTITUTIONS.
    • PRISONS IN CANADA.
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