By Donna L. Van Raaphorst
This learn presents the one on hand chronologically whole background of Alcatraz Island. It demanding situations many typically held assumptions approximately Alcatraz as a jail for risky criminals.
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Protection of the nation’s capitol and the Atlantic seaboard came first. Furthermore, the Civil War’s end brought closure to Alcatraz’s chief role as the West Coast’s harbor defense post.
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