Alcatraz Prison in American history

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Enslow Publishers, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Traces the development of the federal prison at Alcatraz Island from the days of Spanish exploration, through its years as a military prison, to its fame as the most escape-proof prison in America.

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Thursday 16, 2014 There are two reasons why "Alcatraz Prison" is a well described novel. The first reason is that it explains the past and present of the history of Alcatraz. In the novel, the author ... Read full review

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Thursday 16, 2014 There are two reasons why "Alcatraz Prison" is a well described novel. The first reason is that it explains the past and present of the history of Alcatraz. In the novel, the author ... Read full review

Contents

Early Settlements
15
Fort and Lighthouse
22
Alcatraz Military Prison
33
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Marilyn Tower Oliver is a former high school teacher turned journalist and writer.

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