From humble beginnings as Our Lady of Angels Seminary, Niagara University has grown into an influential institution in Western New York and beyond. We remember the last century and a half of saintly seminarians, military heroes and basketball legends.
A photographic tour of the finely furnished 183-year-old Bond House, Lockport's first brick home.
From its beginning on the Erie Canal, Lockport grew as a city. A pictorial look at components of its distinctive history.
The significance of the Tuscaroran's neglected watercolors.
A study of Old Fort Niagara's significance on the 250th anniversary of the French and Indian War in Western New York.
Nineteenth-century views of Niagara Falls when strolling onto the crystallized cataract was a winter tradition.
A history of the legal, financial and physical problems of opening Western New York to settlement, with emphasis on how the great survey of 1797 to 1800 was carried out by chief surveyor, Joseph Ellicott.
Thomas Hart Benton's mural painting helped tell the story of American history.