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Buffalo and Western New York historic places, preservation and roots from our American past
The city of Buffalo had a year 2000 population of approximately 293,000 residents. It is located in the Eastern Daylight Saving time zone and commonly referred to as the Nickel City or
Queen City. Lake Erie, Erie Canal, Niagara Falls and Niagara River are all well known waters nearby. Buffalo inhabitants enjoy the uniqueness of
their hometown. Historic Districts in Erie County include: Allentown, Delaware Avenue, Parkside East, Parkside West, and West Village.
An aerial view of Buffalo, from 1971, of the 1930 constructed City Hall.
Main & Shelton
President's Day- Tribute page. Veterans - God bless America, all those who defend the USA, and our allies. SPK - Monument dedicated to the Polish Armed Forces in the Second World War. The Big Tree Community - Interesting reading from the Southtowns.