Bootlegging Scroll to read more What is bootlegging? The act of illegally making liquor to sell or use The act of transporting liquor to either sell or use The act of both illegally making and then transporting liquor to either sell or use Continue >> Although Prohibition was repealed in 1933, how many states still have counties that forbid the sale of alcohol? 3 7 10 Continue >> Approximately how many Americans per year are suspected of having died during Prohibition due to drinking tainted liquor? None 500 1,000 Continue >> What were supporters of Prohibition known as? “Drys” “Party Poopers” “Carrie’s Ladies” “Temperance Teetotalers” Continue >> This group of 10 law enforcement agents were charged with enforcing Prohibition and combating organized crime. What nickname were they given? Federal Bureau of Intelligence The Booze Busters U.S. Department of Justice The Untouchables Continue >> Which state openly never enforced Prohibition? Nevada Maryland Vermont Continue >> What was the social movement against the consumption of alcoholic beverages? Just Say No Alcoholism Awareness Temperance Movement Prohibition Continue >> Which Amendment repealed Prohibition in the U.S.? The 19th The 21st The 22nd Continue >> Which U.S. city did the Purple Gang operate out of? Detroit, Michigan Chicago, IL New York, New York Kansas City, Missouri Continue >> In 1930, what was the total estimated revenue made from smuggling liquor into the United States? $1 billion $2 billion $3 billion Continue >> Which state was the last to repeal Prohibition state-wide? Missouri Mississippi Utah Continue >> This female rumrunner was known as “Queen of the Bootleggers” and “The Bahama Queen” Elizebeth Friedman Gertrude Lythgoe Mabel Willebrandt Carrie Nation Continue >> Which chain store flourished during Prohibition due to alcohol being permitted as a medical prescription? It’s said sales from this store grew from 20 to more than 500 locations during the 1920s. Walgreens Rite Aid Raley’s pharmacy Continue >> Bootleggers often enhanced their engines of their getaway cars to escape law enforcement, and these vehicles were later raced against each other. True or false? True False Continue >> Which was NOT a hiding place used by individual bootleggers when transporting booze via automobile to Seattle? Fake gas tanks False floorboards with felt padding False bumpers Continue >> PLAY AGAIN !