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Midnight Rum: Long Island and Prohibition

From New York City in the west to the coastal villages on the North and South Forks, prohibition affected nearly everyone living on Long Island from 1920 to 1933.  The “noble experiment” was rooted in activism by temperance advocates who sought to first limit alcohol consumption and then to ban it entirely.  Assistant Curator of the Long Island Museum Jonathan Olly will discuss this fascinating period in history in America and on Long Island. No registration required.

Thursday, 29 March, 2018

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