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Old Penitentiary Visit

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Old Penitentiary Visit CJ 101 – Introduction to Criminal Justice Dr. Michael Blankenship Name ___________________ Student ID _______________ The answers to the following questions are found on signs located on the grounds of the Old Penitentiary. 1. What was the role of the turnkey? 2. In the1890s, what function did the dungeon under the trap door serve? 3. How many inmates could be housed in the 1950s cell house? 4. Describe the hair and sideburns regulations listed in the 1972 inmate rule book. 5. Who was the only man executed in the maximum security building? When? 6. Where is he buried? 7. What was the nickname for solitary confinement? 8. What was the only reading material allowed in solitary confinement? 9. What year was the escape tunnel discovered? 10. Who constructed most of the prison? 11. What are the prison walls constructed of? 12. What year did the prison open? 13. What year did Idaho become a state? 14. Who was the first warden? Attach your receipt for you visit here.
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15. List the years of the major riots?
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