In 2004, following several suicides in Arizona facilities, a U. Department of Justice investigation documented widespread physical and sexual abuse of youths by staff at the Adobe Mountain School, as well as excessive and inappropriate use of disciplinary isolation and failure to protect youths from attacks by other youths (and in some cases actively encouraging fights among youths).
The Justice Department identified some of the same problems in the state’s Black Canyon and Catalina Mountain training schools. Department of Justice, Investigation of Adobe Mountain School and Black Canyon School in Phoenix; and Catalina School in Tucson, Arizona,” Jan.
General, June 21, 1848 - Mar.3, 1849 Volume 7 Volume lacked an index. Because of difficulties faced by the commission, a new convention was signed in 1826 in which Great Britain agreed to pay a sum in satisfaction of all claims awarded under the arbitration of the Emperor.
3, 1849 - July 20, 1850 Volume 8 Index indicated no citations. The WPA was officially abolished June 30, 1943 These records are located at Archives II in College Park, Maryland Records of the Federal Theater Project Living Newspaper Research Materials Relating to Specific Topics, 1936-39 Loc: 530/69/10/5 Box 558 RG 76 Records of Boundary and Claims Commissions and Arbitration Following arbitration by the Emperor of Russia in 1822, a mixed claims commission was provided for in a convention signed to settle U. claims against Great Britain concerning slaves and property lost during the War of 1812.
, introduces new evidence on the widespread maltreatment of youth in state-funded juvenile corrections facilities.
It tells of high rates of sexual victimization, the heavy-handed use of disciplinary isolation and a growing roster of states where confined youth have been subject to widespread abuse.
Records Relating Directly to Slavery and Emancipation RG 59, General Records of the Department of State By an act of Congress, July 27, 1789, ( 1Stat.28), the President approved establishing the first executive department of the Federal Government. Domestic functions were assigned to the Department, but with the expansion of the Government most of these were passed to other agencies. Taney, Attorney General, July 20, 1831- September 24, 1833 Benjamin F. The Treasury Department received control over commercial intercourse, and Special Agents under the Special Agency system were given authority to supervise trade and commerce in areas of the Confederacy occupied by Union forces.
Designated the Department of Foreign Affairs, (an Act of September 1789 changed the name to the Department of State), the new Department was established to help the President carry out his constitutional responsibility for conducting the U. Under Treasury Department regulations of July 29, 1864, it established "freedmen's home colonies" to provide employment and welfare to assistance to freed slaves.
Petitions disclosed name of petitioner, slaves, and value of slaves claimed in the petition. Government, 1790-1979 This record group is a collection of selected publications of U. Government agencies, arranged according to a classification system (Su Doc System) devised by the Office of the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office (GPO).
The President was authorized to appoint a board of commissioners to examine petitions for compensation from former owners of freed slaves in the District.
Index to Letters Received, September 1, 1865 - January 9, 1911 Volume 1 entry 2 From the United States Attorney. Bearnes as surety on bond ship "Weathergage." RG 217 Records of the United States General Accounting Established within the Department of Treasury by an act of 1817 that authorized four additional auditors and an comptroller.
These records are located at Archives II in College Park, Maryland. Beebe, Dean, and Donahue proposing compromise of liability of Henry M.
This record group includes letters relative to suits for the forfeiture of vessels involved in the slave trade.