THIS IS NOT CERTAIN .BUT I'VE HEARD IT IS BECAUSE THE MEN UNLOADING THE BOOZE AT THE SEA WOULD BE IN WATER HANDLING THE PRODUCT TO SHORE.THUS THEY HAD TO WEAR HIP WADERS AND FISHERMANS BOOTS. ASK HIM.
It came from bootleggers putting liquor into their high boots to sneak it to the American Indians.
A bootlegger is someone who makes and distributes illegal alcohol. The bootlegger ran for the hills. The police arrested a bootlegger last night.
A bootlegger is a person who Carrie illegal beer into America.
During the prohibition era people would strap bottles of alcohol to their boot. this came the term bootlegger because they would put the illegal alcohol on the leg of their boot.
He's in jail right now, for being a bootlegger.
What did a "bootlegger" smuggle into the United States from other countries?
He was Max Gerlach, a bootlegger and used car salesman..I forget in which order
William McCoy - bootlegger - died in 1948.
William McCoy - bootlegger - was born in 1877.
A bootlegger. The origin of the term goes back to the Civil War, in which soldiers would sneak alcohol into battle by concealing it in their boots. Rum-running also referred to the illegal production of alcohol during Prohibition.
In the 1920s, a bootlegger produce alcoholic beverages and supply them to speakeasies because of Prohibition.
The Bootlegger - 1911 was released on: USA: 14 November 1911
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lahar is the term for mass movement that is volcanic in origin
Al Capone was a famous gangster/bootlegger of the 1920's.
The definition of the word bootlegger is originally a smuggler of liquor in the legs of boots, although it now means to make and sell as well as transport alcohol liquor, legally or illegally.
The term is etymology.
Glacial drift is the term for all sediments of glacier origin.
He was a bootlegger.
The Bootlegger - 2001 was released on: USA: 1 August 2001 (New York City, New York)
It is a term of abuse for an incompetent person, it is slang and of unknown origin