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Montgomery Correctional Center

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The Montgomery Correctional Center, previously known as the City Prison Farm and Montgomery Correctional Center, started in 1958, on a large, tract in the northwestern part of Jacksonville, Florida. In 1958, two large buildings were constructed for the prisoners, and a third building was constructed to accommodate facilities for canning many of the agricultural products to be raised on the broad and fertile land that surrounded the prison. The prisoners farmed the land and grew their own vegetables, and raised pigs and cattle for meat and milk to be used in the Prison Farm operations. By 1961, the inmate population consisted of misdemeanor offenders, which averaged approximately 200 males and 50 females. By the end of 1962, the City Prison Farm was a self-supporting facility, where they performed tasks such as agriculture, canning, freezing, meat curing, laundry and sewing. With the consolidation of the city of Jacksonville in 1968, the City Prison Farm was renamed as the Jack
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