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Works Cited "a dead body found in a chicago speakeasy." pbs. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Jan. 2014. <http://www.pbs.org>.

this photograph is a primary source taken from 1920's of a man who was shot in a speakeasy during the prohibition. This shows how the prohibition encouraged and caused violence during its time. this is a reliable source because it comes from pbs. this website ends in .org which typiclaly means it is not a non-profit organization often set up for public, although it may have political agendas and bias. pbs also sites where the photos came from, like this one for example was taken by Michael yore graham. Hanks, Melvin. "treasury department u.s. prohibition service." Letter to Ralph R. Read. 21 Feb. 1928. TS. this primary source is a letter that talks about the concern of the transportation of liquor from California to Washington. This is a helpful source because it shows how people would try transport alcohol during the prohibition. Also, it is reliable because it came from the time period that the prohibition was going on, so it gives the perspective of what was going on from people in that time period. "1920's Prohibition: Moonshine, Bootleggers, and Speakeasies." Vintage periods. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. <http://vintageperiods.com>. This source is a primary photo which displays one of the crimes that occurred during the prohibition, bootlegging. it is a helpful source because it gives evidence of what people had to resort to when alcohol was ban. this source is reliable because "Olmstead v. United States: The Constitutional Challenges of Prohibition Enforcement." Federal Judicial Center. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Jan. 2014. <http://www.fjc.gov>. This article talks about how the prohibition was first enforced and the challenges that came along with it

such as the expenses and costs. this is also a reliable source because it came from a .gov website which provides statistical information. this particulate sites purpose is to provide information from and about the judiciary branch. "On This Day: Prohibition Takes Effect in America." Finding Dulcinea. N.p., n.d. Web. 6 Oct. 2013. <http://findingdulcinea.com>. this article is a secondary source that talks how the prohibition took action. It explains how The 18th Amendment, the ban of all production, sale, and transportation of alcohol, was first passed on January 16, 1919 and repealed in December 1932 due to great economic and social downfalls that occurred during the prohibition. This source will be beneficial to my research because it is very reliable because it was written by the finding dulcinea staff. Each piece, whether a web guide, newspaper, or article, receives the same meticulous research. the websites included in each piece are connected through original narrative, providing users with information on each site before they click on it. They claim to bring users the best information on the web for any topic. "Organized crime and prohibition." Albany. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. <http://albany.edu>. This article is very helpful because it talks about what negative outcomes came about from the prohibition such as bootleg and gang affiliation. One reason why this article is reliable for my project is that it came from a website that ends in .edu which are usually educational institutions which are generally a good source of information "Prohibition." Digital history. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. <http://digitalhistory.uh.edu>. This article talks about the prohibition and how it impacted and affected our society today's time period. it is a reliable source because it comes from a .edu website which indicates that it is usually an educational institution and generally a good source of information.

"prohibition: a case study of progressive reform." library of congress. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Jan. 2014. <http://lov.gov>. This article talks about the temperance of alcohol in the late 19th and early 20th century. it will be helpful to my research because it talks about how the prohibition came about for the first time and how it was widely spread through out the U.S. the website this source cmae from was a .gov site which is a government website and usually good sources of statistical information. "Prohibition in 1920s." rowellsapushistory. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. <http://rowellsapushistory.wikispaces.com>. this image is photograph taken in the 1920's of a protest during the prohibition. This image shows how the public during the time thought prohibition only made the community worse and has caused people to strike and rebel. "Prohibition: unintended consequences." PBS. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. <http://pbs.org>. this article is a secondary source which talks about the tragedies and downfalls that occurred during the prohibition, such as the collapse of the economy and increase in violence and crime.this is a reliable source because it comes from pbs. this website ends in .org which typiclaly means it is not a non-profit organization often set up for public, although it may have political agendas and bias. Also, there were photos used in this article to appeal to the reader. these photos had full citations underneath which shows this is a reliable source Rhoads, Harry M. "Prohibition bust in Colorado." ehistory. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. <http://ehistory.osu.edu>. this picture also displays an act of crime and rebellion against prohibition. it shows people in a saloon in Colorado in the 1920's. this will help me with

my project because it is a very resourceful primary photograph from the Denver Public Library Western History Collection. "the roaring 20's and prohibition." finding dulcinea. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Jan. 2014. <http://findingdulcinea.com>. this article is a secondary source that talks how the prohibition took action. It explains the roaring 1920's and prohibition, also known as the jazz age. This was the time when social and cultural changes were essential parts of american culture. This source will be beneficial to my research because it is very reliable because it was written by the finding dulcinea staff. Each piece, whether a web guide, newspaper, or article, receives the same meticulous research. the websites included in each piece are connected through original narrative, providing users with information on each site before they click on it. They claim to bring users the best information on the web for any topic. "Teaching With Documents: The Volstead Act and Related Prohibition Documents." National Archives. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Jan. 2014. <http://www.archives.gov>. this article talks about how the first signs of prohibition started. temperance advocates thought alcohol was unholy and caused many problems, so this created concerned citizens, anti-saloon leagues, and much more. this source came from a .gov site which is a government site that has reliable statistical information. US Const. amend. XVIII (repealed 1933). Print. this source will help me with my project because it is a beneficial source because it is came from the constitution, a very reliable primary source. this amendment is what ratified the prohibition.

US Const. amend. XXI (amended 1933). Print. this source will help me with my project because it is a beneficial source because it is came from the constitution, a very reliable primary source. this amendment is what repealed the prohibition act.