Dakota County Historical Society
To preserve, interpret and promote the history of Dakota County.

Date: Thursday April 25th, 2019
Location:
LeDuc Historic Estate
Time: 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Fees: $15 per person - 
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Presentation by LeDuc Site Supervisor Mariah Ring.

In October of 1919, the United States passed the Volstead Act that started prohibition in the United States. While it did not achieve its intent (eliminating alcohol), it did however, help bring the meteoric rise of the gangster era into public view. This presentation will explore the effects of prohibition and gangsters had on Dakota County throughout the 1930s. *Optional pre-class tour from 5:30-6:15 pm of the LeDuc Historic Estate is available for an add’l $10. Location: 1629 Vermillion Street – park in the back in lot. 

Engaging presentation which will provide an opportunity for conversation and sharing by class participants as facilitated by Mariah Ring, LeDuc Historic Estate Site Supervisor. 

OPT. LeDuc Historic Estate tour prior to class at 5:30 pm for add’l $10. 

Min. 5/Max. 25

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