- Title Pages
- New Directions in Southern History
- Tables and Illustrations
1“This Country Improves in Cultivation, Wickedness, Mills, and Still”: Distilling and Drinking during the Antebellum Period
2Select Men of Sober and Industrious Habits: Alcohol Reform and Social Conflict during the Late Antebellum Period
3“Is There Any Way to Get at the Distillers?”: The Fall and Rise of the Moonshiners, 1861–1868
4“They Tax Us and Give Us Negro Civil Rights”: Moonshiner Violence and the Politics of Federal Liquor Taxation, 1868–1876
5Civilization Requires Prohibition: The Beginning of the End for the Moonshiners, 1870–1882
6“These Big-Boned, Semi-Barbarian People”: Creation of the Myth of Violent Appalachia and Its Consequences, 1878–1890
7“Afloat on the Tide of Improvement”: The Uplift Movement and Rise of Prohibition Sentiment in Rural Communities, 1885–1900
8“Wilt Thou Send the Revenues down upon the Distillers” A Political History of Prohibition, 1882–1908
- Moonshiners and Prohibitionists
- University Press of Kentucky
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