Interview with Charles L. Dause, March 30, 1988
Part of Moonshiners and Revenuers Oral History Project
- Interview with Charles L. Dause, March 30, 1988
- Betty Ellison; interviewer. Charles L. Dause; interviewee.
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- Charles Dause is an attorney who was a part of the legal proceedings related to one of the last stills found in the state of Kentucky, as of the date of the interview. He gives some of the details of the case and talks about the decline of making moonshine and the popularity of marijuana growing. He also describes how law enforcement finds hidden patches of marijuana and the process of making moonshine whiskey.
- Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
- University of Kentucky
- Appalachian Region, Distilling, illicit, Whiskey, Whiskey industry--Kentucky, Dause, Charles L., Dause, Charles L.--Interviews, Marijuana
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