Monthly Archives: July 2011

Elizebeth Friedman – Fascinating Women of Prohibition

While it is true the Prohibition era was dominated by men, the truth is, there were several women, some famous and some infamous, some on the side of the law and some outside the law, that played very prominent roles. This is … Continue reading

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Al Capone’s Miami

 COMING LATE 2015 – Al Capone’s Miami: Paradise or Purgatory? This year, I will publish the  newest book in my series South Florida During Prohibition. The new book, Al Capone’s Miami: Paradise or Purgatory?, will take a fascinating look at … Continue reading

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Mabel Walker Willebrandt – Fascinating Women of Prohibition

While it is true the Prohibition era was dominated by men, the truth is, there were several women, some famous and some infamous, some on the side of the law and some outside the law, that played very prominent roles. This is … Continue reading

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