Escape From Clinton Prison Was Neither the First, Nor the Boldest

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Since the Dannemora, N.Y., prison opened in 1845, dozens of inmates have escaped over, under or through the prison’s thick walls, their exploits detailed in newspaper reports of earlier eras.

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