Outlaws of the Great Lakes-Bootlegging & Smuggling from Colonial

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Edward Butts - Since early colonial times, the Great Lakes, the Upper St. Lawrence and Lake Champlain have been smugglers’ highways. They have borne silent witness to trafficking of almost every commodity governments could tax or ban. Whether they operated in defiance of unjust laws or out of pure greed, the smugglers and bootleggers carved out a legacy of violence and adventure, one that has had a profound impact upon the histories of Canada and the United States. (15 X 23cm)