Traditional, yet progressive, the sister of “Grant’s Indian” left a lasting impact on both the Victorian and Native societies she touched.
Ely Parker, a Tonawanda Seneca, used his linguistic skills to rise to prominence in the federal government. The controversial figure's life is examined by a fellow Native American.
Art preservationist Laura Schell recounts the painstaking restoration of a long-forgotten billboard, covered for a century and now brought back to life.
The editor takes a look at famed artist Thomas Cole's work relating to WNY.
The stolen Ely S. Parker medals have been recovered but recent events beg the question: What will be done to stop future transgressions?
John Conlin dives into Seneca culture in an attempt to identify "Farmer's Brother."
The story of a helpless girl in violent circumstances continues to fascinate both young and old. Everyone in Western New York should know the heart-wrenching story of her endurance and adaptation to Indian life.