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Town of Tonawanda - Kenmore History:  An excellent site devoted to the history of the Ken-Ton area.
Niagara Falls in Art:  A look at some of the artists who were inspired by Niagara Falls.
Buffalo's Architecture on the Net:  Sponsored by the Preservation Coalition of Erie County.
The Darwin D. Martin House Complex:  Frant Lloyd Wright's masterpiece - now being completely restored.
The Graycliff Conservancy:  The summer home for Isabelle and Darwin D. Martin - designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Roots: The Buffalo, NY Genealogy Forum:  Cynthia Van Ness has done it again. Let her help you research your family tree.
The Western New York Railway Historical Society:  Preserving Western New York's rich railroad heritage.
The Buffalo Braves:  This page has information and pictures of the old Buffalo Braves (now the Los Angeles Clippers).
The Day They Turned The Falls On:  The development of The Universal Electrical Power System in Niagara Falls.
The Buffalo Shipping Page:  Everything and anything you would want to know about the movement of ships in and around the Buffalo Harbor. This site also includes a large collection of links related to the main topic.
Off the Beaten Cyberpath: Unexpected Buffalo Web sites:  Cynthia Van Ness, a genious at geneaology, has put together of great list of sites that contain information about Buffalo. She's done us all a great favor!
155th New York Volunteers Reenactment Regiment:   Learn about the 155th NY regiment that served in the Army of the Potomac during the Overland and Petersburg campaigns. The unit was part of an all-Irish brigade known as the Corcoran Legion, which was one of only two Irish brigades in the Federal army .
The Buffalo Barracks:  The history of this important 19th century military outpost located in the heart of Western New York.
Olmsted Parks in Buffalo:  An incredible history of all the major (and not so major) parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. Includes pictures, maps and tons of historical information.
Map of Buffalo Neighborhoods:  A huge online map of Buffalo from the Map Collection at the University of Buffalo Library.
The City of Buffalo On-Line:  A very informative site dedicated to the ins and outs of Buffalo -- everything from city government, schools, current events and sports teams.
The History of Brewing in Buffalo:  Believe or not, this industry was a staple in the Buffalo area for over a century! Find out all there is to learn about Buffalo's breweries at this site.
The Canal Fest of the Tonawandas:  Includes all the history and information about one of Western New York's premier annual events.
Existing Railroad Stations in New York State:  An exhaustive list. If you've ever wondered if that restaurant you ate in was an old railroad depot, here's the place to find out.

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