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15 Surprising Facts About Prohibition

Al Capone.Que en que trabajo?Pues cobro comisiones, bueno lo que hace Ud. Pero a mayor escala.Lo malo es que Hacienda me ha descubierto las cuentas en Delaware y Suiza y esto ya no me gusta nada, con este juez Ruz..

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Al capone chicago gangster reward depression era poster

Al Capone is one of the most well known gangsters in American history. He led organized crime in Chicago and was a symbol of the collapse of law during the Prohibition era of the 1920s.


A young Al Capone, already showing the facial scars that would earn him the despised nickname that he carried with him for the rest of his life.

Al Capone When people around the world think of Chicago, one of the first things that come to mind is the Roaring '20s and gangsters. And the best known Chicago gangster was certainly Alphonse "Scarface" Capone.


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AL CAPONE ~ Born in 1899, to immigrant parents, Capone went on to be the most infamous gangster in American history. He and his gang had a plush suite in a downtown Chicago hotel in the 20's, where they would hold their meetings. In June of 1931, he was finally found guilty on tax evasion. He spent his 6+ years in Alcatraz. Finally, because of his declining health he was let out, and spent his final days with his wife in Florida, and died in January, 1947...

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Al Capone And the St. Valentine's Day Massacre

14 February 1929, St Valentine’s Day Massacre

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Al Capone Does My Shirts

This novel study for Al Capone Does My Shirts is Common Core aligned, easy prep, and differentiated with lots of rigorous and fun close reading and vocabulary activities! $

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Al Capone And The St Valentine's Day Massacre Feb 14th 1929

Al Capone (a.k.a. 'Scarface'), one of the most famous American gangsters, rose to infamy as the leader of the Chicago mafia during the Prohibition era. Before being sent to Alcatraz Prison in 1931 from a tax evasion conviction, he had amassed a personal fortune estimated at $100 million dollars and was responsible for countless murders.

Al Capone leaving the federal court, October 1931