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During the first week of October, some of our classes visited the museum to see an exhibition called "The Watchmen." They learned about policing, crime and punishment in Monaghan.They discovered that long ago, if children misbehaved, they were sent away on a boat without their families! Children were not allowed to write using their left hand and if they did so, they got hit with a cane. The girls got their headshots taken in prisoners' uniforms and also saw lots of police uniforms and weapons.

 

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