1920: Prohibition begins, sparking the speakeasy movement and evolution of the defiant flapper trend. #TurnofStyle

Flapper carrying a whiskey flask in her garter ca. A so-called "flapper" flouts the Volstead Act by carrying a whiskey flask in her garter Source: John Binder Collection

Prohibition_Amendment machine full view.jpg

Prohibition_Amendment machine full view.jpg

Original 1918 Program Temperance Sunday Anti Saloon League Prohibition Amendment

Original 1918 Program Temperance Sunday Anti Saloon League Prohibition Amendment

Benami Property and Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Act, 2016

Benami Property and Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Act, 2016 - Taxing Tax

A woman hiding illegal bottles of beer under her skirt in special underwear pockets during the American Prohibition (1920-33) (coloured photo)

Woman Hiding Illegal Bottles of Beer under Skirt in Special Underwear Pockets, American Prohibition Giclee Print

Prohibition in the 1920s did not stop people from buying, selling, or consuming alcohol. Illegally bootlegging made some people very rich.

Ken Burns' 'Prohibition' Recalls A Law So Strict It Was (Tee)totally Doomed

Agents pouring out alcohol during a raid during Prohibition. The amendment and subsequent Prohibition led to more organized crime centered around the alcohol trade. With the demand for alcohol concealment, the hip flask market exploded.

Historic Boston photos: 81 years since end of Prohibition | Local ...

Historic Boston photos: 84 years since end of Prohibition

Prohibition Ends at Last Framed Headline Wood Framed Print with Glass Front. Framed artwork is printed on high resolution acid-free art paper.Dimensions x 18 Spicher and Company

Prohibition ended in the United States 79 years ago on Dec. 5, 1933.

Historic Boston photos: 84 years since end of Prohibition

The 18th amendment-also known as the prohibition amendment-was repealed on this date in 1933 with the ratification of the 21st amendment. Prohibition proved difficult to enforce, and The Pensacola journal ran an editorial cartoon addressing the problem on November 20, 1920

George and the Flagon-a cartoon highlighting the uphill battle facing Prohibitionists. From The Pensacola journal-November

1920s prohibition posters: This revoked the sales and use of alcohol in the United States. This caused major crime such as bootlegging.

Prohibition Posters: The Amendment revoked the sales and use of alcohol in the United States. This caused major crime such as bootlegging. So, bootlegging was a major pastime!

Prohibition, 18th Amendment, Al Capone, & the Rise of Organized Crime Webquest!

Prohibition, 18th Amendment, Al Capone, & the Rise of Organized Crime Webquest

Prohibition, 18th Amendment, Al Capone, & the Rise of Organized Crime Webquest!

Prohibition Did What?! Great graphic on the era in the 1920s.

Prohibition by the Numbers

This poster talks about prohibition, which would also be good for an American History class.

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