There is a good series on the exploits of Cassius M. Clay featured in the 1985 collection of Madison’s Heritage. There is also a series on Masons in the county based on the 1914 book written by Robert R. Burnam, A History of Masonry in Madison County, Kentucky. There are several articles about sports in the county including an article mentioning the Tobacco League, which was founded in 1949 by Dr. Engle and ran through 1951. There are also several articles featuring churches including White Oak Pond Christian Church and First Baptist Church. “Library Named for President” tells of John Grant Crabbe and gives other interesting facts about Eastern’s past including Mozart the music-loving dog.