Physical Stature of Georgia Convicts, 1770-1860 (ICPSR 6803)

Published: Jul 14, 2004

Principal Investigator(s):
John Komlos

https://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR06803.v2

Version V2

This data collection tracks the physical stature of Georgia convicts incarcerated between 1770 and 1860. Information includes age at incarceration, gender, complexion, height measurement in feet and inches, county in which conviction took place, occupation, place of birth, crime, month and year of entry into jail, month and year in which sentence expired, whether the convict was pardoned, and the date of pardon.

Komlos, John. Physical Stature of Georgia Convicts, 1770-1860. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2004-07-14. https://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR06803.v2

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1770 -- 1860

1987

The variables JAILYR (YEAR OF JAIL ENTRY) and EXPYR (YEAR OF SENTENCE EXPIRED) include only the last two digits of the year. Users should assume that the years 70-99 are in the 1700s, and the years 00-60 correspond to the 1800s.

All persons incarcerated in the prison system of Georgia from 1770-1860.

Georgia State Archive, Atlanta. Board of Corrections. Inmate Administration Division. Central Register of Convicts. Record group 21, Subgroup 3, Series 27

administrative records data

1998-02-23

2004-07-14

2004-07-14 The data producer resupplied the data file with additional variables GENDER, COMPLEXN, and HEIGHT. SAS and SPSS data definition statements and the codebook have been modified to reflect these changes. The codebook was converted to PDF format

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  • Data in this collection are available only to users at ICPSR member institutions.

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