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Mohave County History | Prohibition had a variety of effects in Mohave County at least as early as 1916

The red light district, known as the “49 camp” just outside of Oatman. The boundary cone can be seen in the background. (Photo courtesy Mohave Museum of History and Arts)

The red light district, known as the “49 camp” just outside of Oatman. The boundary cone can be seen in the background. (Photo courtesy Mohave Museum of History and Arts)

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