Browse Items (2 total) Tags: prison Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: Title Creator Date Added Cincinnati in 1826 Full version of this text available at Cincinnati in 1826. Tags: African Americans, banking, boarding school, bridge, buildings, Canal, Christianity, church, climate, college, Colonization, court house, courts, episcopal, exports, female school, finances, fine arts, fuel, government, Hospital, humane society, imports, institutions, insurance, intelligence, jail, jewish, jews, journals, Kidd Fund, land office, Library, literary institution, louisville and portland canal, manufactures, markets, masonic hall, medical, minerals, money, museum, newspapers, pamphlets, population, post-office, prison, public health, real estate, religion, scientific institution, steam-boats, theatre, Women John Shaw letters from prison, ca. late 1700s John Shaw was a Presbyterian preacher who settled in Kentucky in the late 1700s. His letters are from prison, where he claims he had been wrongly and unjustly held for seven years. Tags: Letters, prison, religion Featured Item Enid and friends, ca, 1890 Enid Bland Yandell (on right) poses with three unidentified women.