From Ireland to Buffalo, Julia Hogan never let life's troubles keep her from carrying on.
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Sergeant George Tipping was one of hundreds of Buffalo Irishmen who joined the ranks of the Union Army. His rare collection of original letters provides a look at one family’s struggle with the familiar themes of war, separation and survival.
Even before the passage of Title IX, Buffalo was a pioneer in women's professional sports.
Not many units from Western New York were present during the Battle of Gettysburg. But two artillery officers left a legacy—in very different ways.