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The Era of Mass Imprisonment: TIPS for Primary sources

Nia Tuckson

Mass Imprisonment

      In the Library Catalog try:

Prisoners as a 'Subject Begins with' search and then check out the 'Related headings' for more terms

or

Try searching Prisoners and Biography (or Biographies)

or

Prisoners and Memoirs

or

Prisoners and famili$

 

 

Some Examples of books

  • About Prison by Micheal Santos
  • Prisoner's Wife: a memoir...
  • Outside the Wall:...
  • Earning Freedom: Conquering a 45 Year Prison Term
  • Hear me, see me : incarcerated women write
  • Prisoners on criminology : convict life stories and crime prevention
  • What will happen to me?
  • A woman doing life : notes from a prison for women

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