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Kevin Dayhoff: Warm memories of the lazy days of Carroll County summers past

August 10, 2023

On Aug. 6, 1926, the Democratic Advocate newspaper carried an article on the local “efforts of the newly formed Law and Order League for Carroll County.” According to historian Jay Graybeal, “The ratification of the 18th Amendment in January 1919 ushered in Prohibition but also spawned efforts, legal and otherwise, to thwart the ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages. A majority of Carroll Countians had supported Prohibition, and some took an active role in supporting its enforcement.”

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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