4 edition of Calaboose found in the catalog.
John R. Byers
by Jay Street Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||367|
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OUT FROM CALABOOSE is a full-length work in five sections with edits by Linda Gray Sexton, bestselling author and daughter of two-time Pulitzer Prize winning poet, Anne Sexton. The poems explore personal healing as well as political, social and ecological awareness. A “calaboose” is a small jail that Herceg uses to symbolize our personal imprisonment from unhealed wounds. Karen Corinne Herceg is accepting questions on her profile page. AM Be the first to ask Karen Corinne Herceg a question Karen Herceg rated a book it was amazing5/5.
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The building was built for and used as a jail in frontier Iowa. The walls and roof of the one-story Architectural style: Vernacular. Moore discusses the history of the calaboose, but most of the book consists of an alphabetical listing -- with color photographs and a page or so of text -- of about calabooses, jails or cages.
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He'd rely on the calaboose to hold those who strayed from the law. A calaboose is a free standing, one room concrete block usually situated behind the town center (and in close proximity to the sheriff's office). The word "calaboose" stems from the Spanish word for "dungeon," calabozo, but in the vernacular, they are referred to as the "hoosegow.".
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