Four Walls in the West: The Story of the British Columbia Penitentiary download epub
by Jack David Scott
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Publisher:Retired Federal Prison Officers Association of British Columbia.
The British Columbia Penitentiary (BC Penitentiary, commonly referred to as the BC Pen and the Pen) was a federal maximum security prison located in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. The BC Penitentiary operated for 102 years, from 1878 until it was decommissioned in 1980. It was the first federal penal institution west of Manitoba.
Scott, Jack David (1984), Four Walls in the West: The Story of the British Columbia Penitentiary. New Westminster: Retired Federal Prison Officers' Association of British Columbia. Silesia: no price for. B C Or Regina. Backcasting upward bias in price index over long periods of time yields levels of real consumption two or four centuries ago that are implausibly low, raising the possibility that price index bias for important products may have been zero or even negative at some point in the past. This paper studies apparel prices over the long period 1914-93, developing new price indexes based on more than 16,000 data observations from the Sears catalog for that interval.
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Publisher: Retired Federal Prison Officers Association of British Columbia; 1st Edition edition (1984)
Pages: 158 pages