DETROIT MOBSTERS: THE UNSTOPPABLE PURPLE GANG
The Detroit River, representing the border between Ontario, Canada and the United States, is one of the busiest waterways in the world, with freighters bringing iron ore from Michigan's Upper Peninsula to the bustling automobile factories of the Motor City. The Purple Gang "perp" hats Timber barges from northern Michigan and Wisconsin pass through the narrow waterway which separates Windsor, Canada and Detroit, Michigan en route to Lake Erie and the East Coast and hordes of recreational…
WKBD Detroit 1980: Bill Kennedy At The Movies
Originaly brodacast dates are unknown, but these are from sometime in 1980. "At the Movies" was shown on WKBD 50 in Detroit and was an independent station un...
She shot the most famous photo in Detroit sports history. Now she needs your vote
Mary Schroeder, who photographed Kirk Gibson in the 1984 World Series, is a finalist for the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2020.
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Fort Shelby was a military fort in Detroit, Michigan that played a significant role in the War of 1812. It was built by the British in 1779 as Fort Lernoult, and was ceded to the United States by the Jay Treaty in 1796. It was renamed Fort Detroit by Secretary of War Henry Dearborn in 1805.