Bootleg Racing and the West Virginia Motor Speedway
Once considered outdated and redneck, dirt oval racetracks have made a resurgence across the rural swaths of America as unending regulations and expensive fares making it hard to justify trips to a NASCAR race track. Local dirt track racing has come back full throttle, although that resurgence has not spread to the abandoned West Virginia Motor Speedway near Parkersburg, West Virginia.
The History of the State Tuberculosis Sanatoriums in Kentucky
The American Lung Association was formed in 1904 in response to the epidemic of tuberculosis, a serious infectious bacterial disease…
The fall of Niagara Falls
The fall of Niagara Falls, New York.
The Auction of the McKinley School
Several years ago, nine schools in Cincinnati, Ohio were auctioned to the highest and most qualified bidder. The McKinley School was one of those.