"A Church, A Bar, and A Brewery" : Prohibition and Ethno-Religious Identities in Berlin, Wisconsin, 1910-1933
Schroeder, Danielle Ann
Oberly, James Warren, 1954-
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This research studies how the residents of Berlin—a small, central-northeastern Wisconsin city with a heavy German-Polish population—reacted to Prohibition. Religious, ethnic, and class identities play a significant role in Americans’ relationship with alcohol and drinking.
Color poster with text, maps, charts, and images.