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Prohibition Era in The Bahamas: Articles & Books

This research guide was created for HIS113 - History of The Bahamas II

Articles in the Collection

1. A bootleggers’ paradise in the Bahamas. (1921, September 10). Literary Digest. 70, 36-42. Call number: PAMP HV5089 .B66 2012

2. Buchanan, P. (1970). Miami's Bootleg Boom. Tequesta, 30, 13-31.

3. Cleo, the bootleg belle: She packed a six-shooter and knew how to use it, too. (1966). In Etienne Dupuch (Ed.), Bahamas Handbook and Businessman's Annual (1966/1967 ed., pp. 80-90). Nassau, Bahamas: Etienne Dupuch Publications. Call number: B.REF 1652 .B232 1966/67    

4. Rost, L. (1959). The rum running era: In 1921 Nassau was established as the keg from which flowed the best brands of liquor. In Etienne Dupuch (Ed.), Bahamas Handbook and Businessman’s Annual ((1960 ed., pp. 39-49, 75). Nassau, Bahamas: Etienne Dupuch Publications. Call number: B.REF F1651 .B232 1960

5. Saunders, G. (1993). Prohibition, a mixed blessing for the Bahamas. Journal of the Bahamas Historical Society, 15(1), 11-22.

6. Smith, L. (2007). Here's to the bootleggers of the Bahamas! [Web log]. Retrieved from

7. Twiston-Davies, S. (1998). The West End's big comeback: After 800 years of ups and downs, the westernmost settlement of Grand Bahama hopes the good times are here to stay. In Etienne Dupuch (Ed.), Bahamas Handbook and Businessman’s Annual (1999 ed., pp. 476-491). Nassau, Bahamas: Etienne Dupuch Publications.    Call number: B.REF F1651 .B232 1999 


Books in UBWEB (OPAC)