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The New York Police, colonial times to 1901

James F. Richardson

The New York Police, colonial times to 1901

by James F. Richardson

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New York (N.Y.). Police Dept

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statement[by] James F. Richardson.
    SeriesThe Urban life in America series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV8148.N5 R52
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 332 p.
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4752867M
    LC Control Number78083049

    Section 1 The History of the Police 3 enforcement in their communities.1 The English referred to this as kin police in which people were respon- sible for watching out for their relatives or kin.2 In Colonial America, a watch system consisting of citizen volunteers (usually men) was in place until the midth century.3 Citizens that were part of watch groupsFile Size: 2MB. About New York City Police Census, Following the federal census of , officials of New York City thought federal enumerators had failed to give a true account of city residents. As a result, between September 19th and October 14th of that year, an enumeration of the 24 assembly districts of New York County was taken by policemen of the.

    police-type organizations created in the American South during colonial times to control slaves and support the southern economic system of slavery Praetorian Guard select group of highly qualified members of the military established by the Roman emperor Augustus to protect him and his palace. In the Colonial times, New York was called New York. The piece of land New York was on was given to the Duke of York as payment for a debt. Naturally, the Duke named it New York.

      Checking Trow's New York City Directory /91 for the police officer Thomas F. Byrnes shows that Byrnes lived at 13 West 58th Street, his occupation was Inspector, and his work address is given as Mulberry Street, which at the time was NYPD headquarters.. The Jensen guide shows that 13 West 58th Street is located in Book #; checking the AD/ED listing in the Jensen Author: Andy McCarthy.   NYC’s First Black Cop and a Boy’s Racism Life Lesson Writing the biography of Samuel Battle, New York City’s first black policeman, Arthur Browne learned a lot about himself and a society Author: Arthur Browne.


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