Marie-Thérèse Guyon Cadillac traveled by water from Quebec City to Detroit, passing through the Niagara Region in 1702. A story of the Old French Frontier.
A drama created not from the imagination but from concrete excavation, paintings and drawings of the time, legal documents and site observation. What it was like to stand on the Buffalo waterfront before the railroads, when the only highway was on the water.
The Lake and Rail Elevator was built in four steps over the years 1927 to 1930, reaching a total capacity of 4,400,000 bushels.
The first widely-known image of Buffalo's waterfront was an intriguing building.
Almost 30 of the 2,223 passengers on the Titanic had connections with Western New York.