James Scott Cooper

James Scott Cooper

James Cooper (born London, Ontario, 1874 – died 1931) was a Canadian bootleggers who gained prosperity through the prohibition era. Cooper became one of the wealthiest and most powerful bootlegger in Canada.

Read more about James Scott Cooper:  Bootlegging, Farming Innovation, Disappearance and Reported Death

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