The Erie Canal opened the West-- but getting there could be a deadly gamble, as this 1841 tragedy demonstrated.
The first fully equipped female chemist in the county devoted her life to empowering women, young and old.
When the United States finally entered the First World War, a series of parades for international war commissions showcased one of the region’s most elegant automobiles.
Whether racing bicycles or automobiles, Eddie "Cannon" Bald was a record setter.
Early in his career, future governor William H. Seward had to institute a regime of palliative measures in order to quell the axe-wielding settlers' riot against the Holland Land Company when their farms were threatened with imminent foreclosure.
Ignoring the cries for human rights and basic human decency, President Millard Fillmore opted to support the Fugitive Slave Act in an attempt to prevent civil war and preserve the Union.
A narrated, slideshow-style virtual exhibit created by Buffalo State's Museum Studies graduate students, focusing on the New York Car Wheel Works—Buffalo’s largest rail car wheel manufacturer—as well as art by a Buffalo company best known for map making.
A donated painting provides the focal point for a collaborative project with Buffalo State graduate students.