David I. Burrow, Cash Anderson, Irene Aplan, Katryna Booth-Malnack, Darienne Driesen, Taylor Faw, Kane Guisinger, Hannah Hofmaier, Samantha Jungers, Pierce Libbey, Jessica Muehlbeier, Kevin Nam, Isaac Otterman, Jacob Taylor, Jess Tisher, and Matt Yetter
Of Drunkards and Scofflaws explores some of the experiences of the town of Vermillion, South Dakota, and some surrounding communities, during Prohibition. Prohibition in South Dakota began earlier and lasted longer than the period of national Prohibition—national Prohibition lasted from 1920 to 1933—in most of the rest of the United States. The podcast focuses on the bootlegger Milton Schooley, Vermillion and Prohibition, the Beresford “Super Still,” “the Island” or Asymptote, attitudes toward Prohibition seen at the University of South Dakota, and the trial of Ozzy Kirby.
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