Michael Dombrosky’s grandmother was a teenage moonshiner who knew survival. A coal miner’s daughter, Mary Fellin put herself through nursing school in Allentown, Pa., at the turn of the 20th century by selling her own brand of rye whiskey. Family legend says that as a midwife, Fellin birthed most of the babies born in her small hometown in the coal region and treated ear infections with boiled rabbit fat.  Read Full Article Here