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Louise Wolf and Mabel Foote, Parma teachers, were on their way home from school one winter evening when a maniac sprang from the bushes and bludgeoned them to death.
In the bitter cold, just after Christmas , eleven cars plunged seventy-five feet into the frigid water below. The stoves burst into flames, burning to death all who were not killed by the fall. Fires cut short the lives of forty-three people in the head-on Doodlebug collision in Cuyahoga Falls in and eleven people in a train wreck near Dresden in Make no mistake—railroading was a dangerous job in bygone days. Wicked Women of Northeast Ohio recounts the misdeeds of ten dark-hearted women who refused to play by the rules.
They unleashed their most base impulses using axes, guns, poison, and more. Ardell Quinn, who operated the longest running brothel in Cleveland, would simply argue that she was a good business woman. Deliciously so. On June 26, , after traveling two months through the wilderness, he and his small party landed in the Western Reserve.
Hudson flourished until a series of misfortunes took their toll. Saddened by the deterioration of his hometown, wealthy coal magnate James W. Hudson rebounded with a new spirit and has since thrived. Hudson, Ohio features vintage photographs drawn from the archives of the Hudson Library and Historical Society. Captured here in over vintage photographs is the development of the area into Bath Township, though the trials and triumphs of its earliest settlers.
Originally named Hammondsburgh after one of the first families to settle in the area, Bath Township was formally organized in Industry sprang up in the form of grist, flour, saw, and woolen mills along the Yellow Creek in Ghent Village. Pictured here are the buggy works, blacksmith shops, cheese factories, general stores, and post offices, and the residents that operated them, creating the inviting area that residents cherish today.