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Miscellaneous document number 186 of the House of Representatives documents the testimony before the select committee concerning the whiskey frauds of Saint Louis and Milwaukee. The whiskey fraud took place between 1871-1876 during President Grant's presidency and involved the diversion of tax revenues in a conspiracy among government agents, politicians, whiskey distillers, and distributors.
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United States--Politics and government--Collections; Whiskey frauds
Whiskey Frauds; Whisky frauds; House of Representative Documents
First Session of the Forty-fourth Congress for the House of Representatives, Micellaneous Document Number 186, July 25, 1876, Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library, Mississippi State University Libraries
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