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The National Prohibition Act passed over President Woodrow Wilson’s veto on Oct. 28, 1918, and provided enforcement for the 18th Amendment outlawing liquor. The act took effect on the Federal level on Jan. 29, 1920, and was not repealed until Dec. 5, 1933.
During the Prohibition years in America, it was illegal to produce, transport, or possess liquor. However, sailing vessels routinely used Tubbs Inlet to smuggle rum, whisky and other liquor into Brunswick County from the Bahamas, Jamaica and Canada.
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