The following are short essays and notes on various aspects of Niagara Falls history. Many of these were complied in the 1990's, so we apologize if there are some statements that date them. However, they do provide great information about some of our most asked about topics.
These are short articles on the famous and not-so-famous people who visited the first Museum in Canada. The Niagara Falls Museums now own these registries which start in 1838. To find out more, check out the database.
“Our Hope for the Future Lies in Remembering the Past”: Niagara Holocaust Memorials
Moccasin Talks: The Haldimand Tract and Promises to His Majesty’s Allies
Author Night: R.L. Manson and Tady Saczkowski of “Two Men, One River”