Connecticut Bootlegger Queen Nellie Green
Known as the "Queen of the Rumrunners on the East Coast," Nellie Green led a captivating life full of bootlegging adventures. Nellie fearlessly stood up to all those who tried to stand in her way, receiving respect and financial support from many influential people. She built an underground empire in a business world dominated by men. Her rumrunners were men of intrigue who assumed aliases such as "Blackie," "Wing" and "King Tut." Join author Tony Renzoni as he recounts the life and times of this legendary figure, set against the historical backdrop of the Prohibition era, the women's movement and the Roaring Twenties.