Miller farmhouse

The Miller Farmhouse in Newcastle, Kings, home to the Prohibition Museum

The Prohibition Museum is a small museum in Newcastle, Kings, housed in Miller Farmhouse. It documents the prohibition in Lovia, which occured between 1928 and 1937.

Among the museum's artefacts are personal belongings of cartel members, bottles of alcohol seized during raids and the gun that Mary Miller, one of the founders of the hamlet, held to the head of a cartel leader in 1933.

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