Today, Canadians remember William Lyon Mackenzie in a variety of ways, which often differ from how Americans view this controversial figure.
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.
We revisit the nearly-lost estate on Grand Island.
Enjoy a few web-exclusive images below that didn't make it into the magazine!
With the signing of the U.N. Charter in San Francisco in June 1945, the race was on to find a suitable location for the organization’s headquarters. And hundreds of cities from around the United States—and the world—sought to plead their case.
We extend our coverage of the BLC with a collection of race photos spanning the years 1905-1960.
The Buffalo Launch Club is widely considered the first power boat club in the world. Here we survey many of the highpoints of its long and fascinating history.
What began as a small church band has evolved to become one of Western New York's most unique musical ensembles.
As the Erie Canal opened up the nation's interior to the industrialized East, businessmen were eager to exploit the now-accessible natural resources of Western New York. Stephen White and the East Boston Timber Company found just what they were looking for on Grand Island.