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chrisbart

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In the early 1800s, where did many poor mentally ill patients live? A.in utopian communities B.in apartment buildings C.on farms D.in prisons

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    Yes, your answer is D, in prisons. In the 1840s, Dorothea Dix investigated the conditions in which mentally ill patients were living. She often found them in prisons, and they were treated like criminals. Dix worked to improve the conditions in which mentally ill patients lived, and she worked to get state governments to build mental hospitals. Please remember to award medals to helpful answers.

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