The Panic of 1893 moved a number of "industrial armies" to act on their economic troubles by marching on Washington. One of these groups only got as far as Cheektowaga, however.
Scottish immigrant-turned-reformer, William Lyon Mackenzie, attempted to effect changes in Upper Canada's government by attempting to set up his own country--with a little help from the neighbors.
Fifty years after his trial for assaulting a federal officer, a personal interview from decades past provides an intimate look into this well-known draft-evader, his thoughts and his family.
Dubbed the "Dean" of the Supreme Court by Chief Justice Warren Burger, attorney John Lord O'Brian argued over 50 cases before the nation's highest court, while serving his community and his country in many other ways as well.
Born in Hamburg, E. Howard Hunt spent most of his career in the shadowy world of politics and the CIA.
Royalton's Belva Lockwood was the first female to be admitted to the bar of the U.S. Supreme Court and was later also the first full-fledged female candidate for president.
When the New York State Troopers were formed in 1917, Troop A was headquartered in Western New York. Albert Kurek takes a look back at the Troopers’ early days in the region.
From the Erie Canal to the restoration of the Guaranty Building, Hodgson Russ has been an integral part of Buffalo since the firm was first founded. This year it celebrates 200 years of business in Buffalo.