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Blynn sends a report to Rev. Finley concerning the penitentiary school, its aim, purposes and accomplishments, to be included by Finley in his report (to Conference presumably). Prisoners who attend the school are taught to read and write, the fundamentals of arithmetic, and an effort is made to teach them the importance of and the need for the Gospel. He intends to continue his work with the school against all odds because he believes he can accomplish some good. Abstract Number - 1123
State Prison Letters; Education; Schools; Prisoner Education; Prisoner Reformation; Sunday Schools
Blynn, William, "Letter from William Blynn to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 1107.