Publications

  • Pickett, Robert (1969)
    The New York House of Refuge, the first institution in America to deal with the juvenile delinquent as a special problem, opened its doors in 1825. Deeply concerned with the plight of the thousands of children who roamed ...
  • Everest, Allan S. (1978)
    During the boisterous days of American Prohibition, the Lake Chaplain region of New York State teemed with bootleggers, all hoping to make a fast buck smuggling Canadian liquor across the border. In this lively account of ...

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