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The treadmill at
Brixton House of Correction, 1821 (London Guildhalll Library). Prisoners
did ten minutes on and five minutes off the treadwheel. In some prisons,
like Coldbath Fields (see Source
1), the treadwheel drove a flour-mill,
but in others it did nothing at all. The work was done under the Silent
Reproduced by permission of Guildhall Library
Look closely at the pictures, Sources
2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 9. Make sure you understand what you are seeing
and why it is that way.
Put some of the examples you have found
from these Sources into your Gallery Worksheet.