Geographic Feature: Dunseith Trail


(1920 – 1933) Rum-runners used the Dunseith Trail to smuggle illegal alcohol into North Dakota in the days of alcohol prohibition.


The Dunseith Trail was a popular rum-running route used by young and energetic young men illegally smuggling alcohol to the United States.
Walter Zeiler smuggled alcohol across the Canada-United States border during the alcohol prohibition of the 1920s and 30s.