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The Swearengen Bath Hoose, more commonly known as the Swegen, had humble beginnings as a publicity stunt, used in conjunction with political motive for a local elective position.
What first began as a campaign for keeping workers clean quickly spiralled into the procurement of village land and the building of public bath houses.
This was all in the name of the growth of the village but really it was just local politicians signalling their virtue of power.
The opportunistic businessman/entrepreneur Mr. Swearengen greets clientele into his establishment with a gleaming smile that matches his golden pocket watch he clutches tightly to his waistcoat.

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