Skid Row Culture and History

Skid row derives from “skid road,” the rough-and-tumble waterfront street in nineteenth-century Seattle where logs were skidded to the sawmills. Although it is now pejoratively associated with seedy mid-twentieth-century urban districts littered with drunken derelicts, ...

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