Photo of a man pouring whiskey into a sewer during Prohibition. Prohibition of alcohol, often referred to simply as prohibition, also known as The Noble Experiment, refers to a sumptuary law which prohibited alcohol. | eBay!

Prohibition Pouring Whiskey Into a Sewer 11x14 Silver Halide Photo Print

Photo of a man pouring whiskey into a sewer during Prohibition. Prohibition of alcohol, often referred to simply as prohibition, also known as The Noble Experiment, refers to a sumptuary law which prohibited alcohol. | eBay!

Citizens in a bar celebrate the end of alcohol prohibition in the United States. December 5, 1933.

On this day, seventy-nine years ago, citizens in a bar celebrate the end of alcohol prohibition in the United States. December 5, 1933. [720x480]

Citizens in a bar celebrate the end of alcohol prohibition in the United States. December Luckily Susan La Flesche Picotte wasn't alive to see that all of her hard work toward ending the sale of alcohol ended

Prohibition ended in the United States 79 years ago on Dec. 5, 1933.

Historic Boston photos: 84 years since end of Prohibition

Prohibition was definitely not one of those shining points in American history. In fact, attempts to regulate alcohol consumption go way back to the early days in US (even during the Colonial period).    This infographic spells out a history of attempts (and failures) of alcohol legistlation, protests, repeals and so on... (read more...)

Prohibition by the Numbers

This poster talks about prohibition, which would also be good for an American History class.

Alcohol Prohibition to Begin During the Grand Solar Minimum (513) - YouTube

Alcohol Prohibition to Begin During the Grand Solar Minimum (513) - YouTube

Alcohol Prohibition to Begin During the Grand Solar Minimum (513) - YouTube

Alcohol Prohibition to Begin During the Grand Solar Minimum (513) - YouTube

The War On Alcohol: Prohibition And The Rise Of The American State PDF

The War On Alcohol: Prohibition And The Rise Of The American State PDF

Prohibition: KC ignored Prohibition during the 1920s, leading to an abundance of jazz clubs, brothels and gambling halls. This earned KC the moniker "The Paris of the Plains" after one journalist wrote "If you want to see some sin, forget Paris and head to Kansas City."

Bootlegging In America

New York City Deputy Police Commissioner John A. Leach, right, watching agents pour liquor into sewer,

A large overcoat hides two tins of booze during the prohibition, strapped to a woman’s legs.  This shot is from Detroit, which was a destination for many smugglers from Canada. (From This Fabulous Century—1920-1930

weirdvintage: A large overcoat hides two tins of booze during the prohibition, strapped to a woman’s legs. This shot is from Detroit, which was a destination for many smugglers from Canada. (From This Fabulous scanned by weirdvintage)❤️

"'I found out what your 'drug-stores' were.' He turned to us and spoke rapidly. 'He and this Wolfsheim bought up a log of side-street drug stores here and in Chicago and sold grain alcohol over the counter. That's one of his little stunts. I picked him for a bootlegger the first time I saw him, and I wasn't far wrong'" (133).

Signature drink ideas/names. Bootlegger White Grain Spirit- loving the moonshine cocktail!

Vermont Lawmakers Threaten: Legalize Cannabis or Face Alcohol Prohibition | Weedist

Vermont Lawmakers Threaten: Legalize Cannabis or Face Alcohol Prohibition

Prohibition in the 1920s did not stop people from buying, selling, or consuming alcohol. Illegally bootlegging made some people very rich.

Ken Burns' 'Prohibition' Recalls A Law So Strict It Was (Tee)totally Doomed

Agents pouring out alcohol during a raid during Prohibition. The amendment and subsequent Prohibition led to more organized crime centered around the alcohol trade. With the demand for alcohol concealment, the hip flask market exploded.

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