Photograph - Fine Art Photography
Moonshining, or the production of illicit alcohol, has always been more common in the rural areas of the mountain regions of the mid-Atlantic and Southeastern states. Private alcohol stills were part of an industry that predated the U.S. Constitution. Various Indian tribes had been producing liquor from native plants throughout North America long before contact with European settlers. The settlers brought both their taste for homemade spirits and the skills to produce them. Regulations followed soon after. Because of the remote locations of most 19th century stills, trucks or cars were needed to transport the booze to customers. This fine art print will add a personal flare to any home, office or bar.
November 27th, 2011
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