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Author: James Henry Gray
ISBN: 0770508936
Language: English
Pages: 243 pages
Publisher: Macmillan of Canada; First edition (1972)
Rating: 4.1
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780770508937. Release Date: January 1972.

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Personal Name: Gray, James H. (James Henry), 1906-1998. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: The Impact of whiskey on the Prairie West. Rubrics: Drinking of alcoholic beverages Prairie Provinces Prohibition. ISBN: 0810807750 Author: Childers, Thomas, 1940- Publication & Distribution: Metuchen, . Scarecrow Press, (c)1975. Author: Post, Joyce A.

Born Red Lights on the Prairies (1971). Booze – When Whisky Ruled the West (1972). The Roar of the Twenties (1975)

1906-08-31)August 31, 1906 Whitemouth, Manitoba. During that time, he upgraded his education by reading library books on politics, religion and economics, with a view to becoming a freelance writer. In 1933, after two years of trying, he finally sold a freelance article to the Winnipeg Free Press. Two years later, he was hired on as a full-time reporter. Red Lights on the Prairies (1971). The Roar of the Twenties (1975). Troublemaker! (an autobiography) (1978).

James Henry Gray, CM, journalist, social historian (born 31 August 1906 in. .

James Henry Gray, CM, journalist, social historian (born 31 August 1906 in Whitemouth, MB; died 12 November 1998 in Calgary, AB). Gray grew up in Winnipeg, left school to help support his family, and after a series of jobs went on relief during the Great Depression. The Winter Years (1966) Men Against the Desert (1967) The Boy from Winnipeg (1970) Red Lights on the Prairies (1971) Booze: The Impact of Whisky on the Prairie West (1972) The Roar of the Twenties (1975) Troublemaker!

Booze captures the wild days of the Canadian west, when battles raged between the wets and the drys. From Winnipeg to the Rockies, whisky kept the prairies in a ferment for fifty years.

Booze captures the wild days of the Canadian west, when battles raged between the wets and the drys. Taking advantage of the enormous influx of immigrants during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, hotels sprang up in the towns and cities to cater to the prodigious thirst of their patrons. The unrestricted boozing resulted in drunkenness, brawling, petty crime and the disappearance of many a paycheque

by James Henry Gray (Author). My mom asked me one day what was the best book I ever read, and this was one of the three or four that came to mind.

by James Henry Gray (Author). This is an excellent book for several reasons. It is a story of a man and his family who lived in and was affected by the great depression of the &.It starts out with a series of his experiences and anecdotes that really gives a flavor of the period. Some of the make work projects and "boon doggles" are really revealing. Stories such as the weed pulling gangs and hole digging crews, are a scream.

It was a matter of course that in drawing Indian character he should dwell on the better traits of the picture, rather than on the coarser and more revolting though more common points.

Its first appearance was in the year 1827. It was a matter of course that in drawing Indian character he should dwell on the better traits of the picture, rather than on the coarser and more revolting though more common points. Like West, he could see the Apollo in the young Mohawk. When in July, 1826, Cooper landed in England with his wife and family, he carried his Indian memories and associations with him.