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October 2, 2011

Running booze a way of life on Gulf Coast during Prohibition

Prohibition, forced on Americans in 1919 by the 18th Amendment, wasn’t a big deal to most Mississippians living on the Coast and in the Southern pineywoods. Skirting laws that restricted drinking was, more often than not, an accepted way of life.

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