Canada's Rumrunners: Incredible Adventures and Exploits During Canada's Illicit Liquor Trade

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James Lorimer Limited, Publishers, Mar 26, 2004 - History - 128 pages
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"...despite flying bullets and cannon shots, Ben had his crew hastily tossing evidence over the side of the boat. Bullet-riddled, the Maritimas finally came to a stop, but even then, the crew continued to throw the beer overboard." This book will be especially fascinating for all readers interested in: the history of crime or prohibition. It is safe to say that America would have been a much drier place during Prohibition if Canadians had not rushed to the aid of their neighbours. While the United States was in full Prohibition (1920-1933), Canadian entrepreneurs were hard at work across the country supplying liquor by the barrel-load.

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Contents

Prologue
13
The High Flyers
27
The Land of Legends
56
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Ottawa-based ART MONTAGUE writes fiction as well as non-fiction, but his interests in history, biography, and crime remain constant. He is a member of Crime Writers of Canada and the Periodical Writers Association of Canada.

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