The forgotten story of Cazadero
George Montgomery was a two-fisted drinker, seducer and a member of San Francisco’s Bohemian Club. His connections within the fraternity prompted him to purchase a small logging town along the lower reaches of the Russian River, naming it Cazadero. With a world renowned evangelist as his new bride, he changed his ways and sought to abolish alcohol in the area. Country bumpkins, moonshiners and good ol’ boys had a different take on how things should move forward. Sinners squared off against Bible-thumpers with fate deciding the fatal blow.
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