Template:On this day/June 5

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June 5:

  • 1907 – Thirteen years before national prohibition began, Charlottesville went "dry" when city residents cast their vote and passed a local option law. In Virginia, thirteen towns have votes on local option this year, eleven go "dry". Virginia was among the southern states still considering the alcohol issue.