Information Source

Titles
Twin Cities Prohibition: Minnesota Blind Pigs & Bootleggers (Primary)
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Resource Creation
Type: Document/Text Created on: 2011 Creator: Elizabeth Johanneck
Publishers
The History Press Publication date: 2011
Copy Rights
Copyright - All Rights Reserved
Filed Under
criminal justice personnel
criminals
crime

Investigator's Notes

Comments
Ferret out the haunts and habits of those who kept speakeasy doors oiled and politics crooked in the Twin Cities. If you take a tour of former blind pigs today, you will probably encounter nothing more dangerous than a life-long attraction to the 5-8 Club's Juicy Lucy Burger, but Twin Cities Prohibition will return you to a time when honest reporting like that of Walter Liggett was answered with machine gun fire. Clink glasses with notorious characters such as Kid Cann, Dapper Dan Hogan and Doc Ames, the "Shame of Minneapolis" in Elizabeth Johanneck's raid on this fascinating era of history.

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