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Liquor and anti-liquor in Virginia, 1619-1919 [by] C.C. Pearson and J. Edwin Hendricks.

Charles Chilton Pearson

Liquor and anti-liquor in Virginia, 1619-1919 [by] C.C. Pearson and J. Edwin Hendricks.

by Charles Chilton Pearson

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Published by Duke University Press in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liquor problem -- Virginia -- History,
  • Liquor laws -- Virginia

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHendricks, James Edwin, 1935-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV5297 V8 P4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination342p.
    Number of Pages342
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17536724M

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by J. Edwin Hendricks, posthumously, Liquor and Anti-Liquor in Virginia, – (). Pearson was a Baptist, a Mason, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and a charter member of the Historical Society of North Carolina.

As a young man he traveled in Europe and the American West and spent some time on a Texas ranch. Pearson 5/5(1). The bibliography on alcohol and alcohol-related subjects is immense and growing, and this bibliography includes only those works that were most useful in the preparation of this book.

reference works Blocker, Jack S., Jr., David M. Fahey, and Ian R. Tyrrell, eds. Alcohol and Temperance inCited by: 5. Jun 15,  · I have no idea. Liquor nd anti-liquor in Virginia, / [by] C.C. Pearson and J. Edwin Hendricks. HV V8 P4 Alcohol, other drugs, and violent death / Paul W. Haberman, Michael M.

Baden. Pearson, C.C. and J. Edwin Hendricks. Liquor and Anti-Liquor in Virginia, (Durham, Duke University Press, ). Pegram, Thomas R. “Temperance Politics and Regional Political Culture: The Anti-Saloon League in Maryland and the South, ” The Journal of Southern History. (February ) Syzmanski, Ann-Marie.

John J. Guthrie Jr., “Hard Times, Hard Liquor and Hard Luck: Selective Enforcement of Prohibition in North Florida, –,” Florida Historical Quarterly 72 (): – Joseph K. Willing, “The Profession of Bootlegging,” Annals of the American Academy of.

LIQUOR AND ANTI-LIQUOR IN VIRGINIA,by C. C. Pearson & J. Edwin Hendricks. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, Pp.

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Pearson senses the influence of Rush in the recrafting of Virginia alcohol legislation in the early nineteenth century (and begins his work with Rush's "Moral and Physical Thermometer" pictured on page 2.) Nevertheless, it was Martin and Lender who first cast Rush's crusade against intemperance in republican terms.