As a medical doctor and a military colonel, Cyrenius Chapin's reputation often preceded him along the Niagara Frontier. Erie County Historian Doug Kohler looks at the influential character.
Lost on Halloween in 1780, the British Brig-Sloop Ontario became known as the Holy Grail of Great Lakes shipwrecks. Now, after 228 years, this legendary warship from the American Revolution has been discovered deep in Lake Ontario.
Aerial photos of the Niagara Frontier by Edwin Ronne and Milton Washburn originally published in 1924, documenting important changes.
A study of Old Fort Niagara's significance on the 250th anniversary of the French and Indian War in Western New York.
Richard A. Waite's work played a prominent role in defining the urban environments of Great Lakes cities such as Buffalo, Toronto and Hamilton, Ontario. His life and legacy are a compelling story of international architectural history.
What did Western New Yorkers do for summer fun in the late 1880s? Where did they go? To the shore! The region offered a plethora of pleasure parks. Their history is as varied as the amusements they offered.
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.