The Roots of Reno

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Reno was truly Hell on Wheels in the 1920’s. The rest of the nation considered the town Sodom and Gomorra, but that’s only half the truth. Reno offered everything in the way of adult entertainment, from speakeasy’s and houses of ill-repute, to open gaming – legal or not. And it took plenty of sins by the founding fathers to make Reno “The biggest little city in the world.” More

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About Al W Moe

Al W. Moe was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and introduced to the casinos of Nevada at the age of eleven. At the time he had never seen such an amazing array of sights, sounds, and exciting games. Little has change since that first introduction.

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Moe is the father of four wonderful girls and the lucky husband of an amazing woman. He is also the author of several books, including the #1 Selling "Vegas and the Mob."

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Review by: Bob Nelson on May 09, 2013 :
This is an amazing book. This history of the early saloons and casinos of Tonopah, Nevada was fascinating. The author's work is well-researched and great to read. He takes the story for the goldfields to Reno in the roaring twenties when the town was just beginning to grow as a gambling capital.

I loved the descriptions of the early casinos of Reno and Lake Tahoe from the mid 1900's. Great story!
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