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    Gretchen & Dennis Duling

    Buffalo Heritage Press A Final River to Cross: The Underground Railroad at Youngstown, NY Gretchen has always has a serious interest in the underground railroad. She grew up in a small Ohio River town named Gallipolis (French: “City of the Gauls”) in Gallia County along the Ohio River. The town was an Underground Railroad rossing site. Ohio, just north of…

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    Edward T. Dunn

    Buffalo Heritage Press Buffalo’s Delaware Avenue: Mansions and Families, Second Indexed Edition, andA History of Railroads in Western New York Born in Orange, New Jersey, in 1925, where he attended parochial grammar and high school before entering the Society of Jesus in the summer of 1943. After college at Woodstock, Maryland, he taught Latin, English and German at Regis High…

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    Wende Essrow

    Buffalo Heritage Press and CrissCross AppleSauce The Paintbrush Dreamer and At First Light: Poems and Photography Wende Essrow is a wildlife artist and storyteller. She is a graduate of Alfred University with an undergraduate degree in english Literature and a Masters in Education, Wende has always loved the natural world. When not teaching, she spends her time hiking, cross-country skiing,…

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    Bill Faught

    Buffalo Heritage Press Allentown: A Photographic Journey in the Heart of Buffalo, NY Bill is a retired architect/urban planner who worked for the Navy, defeated Communism, saved the world, and then moved to Allentown for a better, art-infused life.

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    Mary Ann Giordano & Paul Giordano

    Buffalo Heritage Press The Saint Joseph’s Day Table Cookbook Chef Mary Ann Giordano and her father, Dr. Paul Giordano, spent a decade researching and delving deep into their family archives in a joint effort to preserve the Saint Joseph’s Day traditions. Finding very few resources, they wrote The Saint Joseph’s Day Table Cookbook to share with others the recipes and…

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    Christa Glennie

    Buffalo Heritage Press Nickel City Chef: Buffalo’s Finest Chefs and Ingredients Christa Glennie Seychew is a Seattle native with rural Western New York roots, who have relocated to Buffalo in the 1990s. She owns and operate Feed Your Soul, the company that produces Nickel City Chef and other successful food events. She is also the food editor for Buffalo Spree…

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    Mark Goldman

    Buffalo Heritage Press Albright: The Life and Times of John J. Albright, Max Meets the Mayor, Tillie, A New York City Girl: 2019-2001, andAllentown: A Photographic Journey in the Heart of Buffalo, NY , Mark Goldman has been a citizen of Buffalo for more than 50 years. As a graduate of Brandeis University, he earned his doctorate in history at…

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    Kerry S. Grant

    Buffalo Heritage Press Rainbow City: Celebrating Light, Color and Architecture at the Buffalo Pan-American Exposition of 1901 Kerry S. Grant is dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University at Buffalo. Moving frequently throughout his life sparked in him a keen interest in local history as a way to familiarize himself with each new community. Viewing Buffalo’s…

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    Elizabeth Leader

    Buffalo Heritage Press Buffalo Snow  and Max Meets the Mayor Elizabeth Leader and Eve Tulbert are a creative mother/daughter team. Elizabeth is a graphic designer and an award-winning pastel artist. She first dreamed of this project while sleeping under her desk at work when stranded by a story in 2000 Eve, Currently a graduated student in education has years of experience in working with…

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    Anthony Louis

    Buffalo Heritage Press Intern Talk: A Guide to Walking the Walk Born at Long Island College Hospital in 1993, Anthony Louis was raised in Brooklyn, New York. An enthusiast of the arts and sciences, Anthony enjoys music, philosophy, and of course, consultation and personal development coaching. Anthony Currently lives in Buffalo, New York and is a student at the SUNY…