The smaller cell, which was retained for locking up baddies. The sign therein informs us that crimes committed by Fort James Jackson's garrison ranged from disorderly conduct and being absent without leave, to desertion and murder. It also recounts an 1862 situation in which the fort's baker had stolen a store of alcohol and was selling it to the troops for 20¢ a glass: The baker was imprisoned here, but shortly released when someone realized that they needed him to bake stuff!