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The titles listed below are set in Buffalo, have pivotal scenes in Buffalo, or feature Buffalonians as major characters. The Buffalo connection is admittedly slight in several of the works. We make no guarantees about literary merit.

I haven't been able to read everything on this list. Don't librarians get paid to read all day? Sure, just like grocers get paid to eat all day. About half of these books are out of print OP. You can find them in libraries and through used book dealers. If you've published a novel or story with an explicit Buffalo connection, drop us a line. Please include a link. Though we frequently search for new titles, we can't be sure that we didn't miss something.

WorldCat One colossal catalog for almost every library in the world. Review of this site at BuffaloRising. Though filled with mixed emotions, the Reverend Nikki Barnes agrees to help her old friend and travels the short distance to Canada. She soon becomes immersed in the dark world of drugs, prostitution and murder, and is drawn into a tangled web of deceit and romance.

Scott Walton, an orphan,gets a job as a traveling salesman. When he is sent to Buffalo on business he is able to buy a bankrupt wholesale firm's goods for his company at a discount. For this, the company gives him a commission and a promotion. Though his old friends in Buffalo believe his life in New York City is a success, in fact he writes ridiculous taglines for a greeting card company.

A mystery set during a labor strike among the Buffalo Bills. Someone is picking off striking ballplayers one by one. Stories and Poems Buffalo, NY: Putnam, [] Author Biography Author is a Buffalo native.

A coming of age novel set in , with some scenes in Buffalo. Many thanks to John I. O'Day for bringing this one to my attention. A librarian colleague writes, "It's set in a fictitious WNY river town, and the wealthy, powerful family in town moved to 'the country' after the patriarch retired from business in Buffalo. IMO it's one of Baldwin's best, with a heroine who makes a career for herself in real estate. Author taught at the University of Buffalo from Reviewed in the Buffalo News , May 29, Bartlett, Lorraine Dead in Red: Five Star, Review "Bartlett presents her second supernatural mystery featuring Jeff Resnick, a down-and-out insurance investigator who acquired hard-to-control psychic powers.

Jeff senses clues to the recent murder of a local banker and feels compelled to pursue it--using both his psychic and investigative skills. He hopes to escape their grief and the shadowy figures that watch him from a distance to find solace and a higher education at graduate school in Buffalo, New York. It is the early s, and the United States is mired in the unpopular conflict in Vietnam.

The Victims of Tyranny: A Tale Buffalo, NY: He was born near Avon, NY and lived briefly in Tonawanda. She knows Sarey is bright and artistically talented, but blames Sarey's refusal to read on laziness.

In fact, Sarey is dyslexic--a condition that in the s was not so well recognized and understood as it is today. If you can read only one book on this list, make it City of Light. Atheneum, Newspaper Article A young adult novel set in the Tonawandas in This novel is no longer the oldest I know of with a Buffalo connection.

True romance between Nicholas Barry and Kate McCarthy, abducted maidens, black-hearted British scoundrels, and long, passionate, and intelligent analyses of British colonialism. A young adult novel in which three young musicians, one of them a teenage flutist from Buffalo, find friendship at a prestigious music camp. She was plucked from the obscurity of a Polish slum to be the wife of a wealthy man who seemingly gives her everything a wife could want. Except the one thing that she needs most Printed and bound under supervision of K.

Killeen, Director of Handwork, [? Eventually, the trail leads to the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo. A Pastoral New York: Fellow librarian Bill tells me that the grandmother character in this novel is a Buffalonian.

Not seen by this webmaster. A Promise to the Past: Wurtz writes, "I have just finished reading a genealogical novel James Baker, wife and 2 small children had just arrived in Buffalo on March 14, As the western terminus of the Erie canal ' Random House, [] Biographical Website The only novel here to prominently feature a made-in-Buffalo product: September Full Text A short ghost story self-published by the author, written to evoke the literary style of the late 19th century.

This story exists only online. Although Buffalo is not mentioned by name, the hospital is inspired by Buffalo's Psychiatric Center. Author lives in Buffalo. Caldwell was Buffalo's most famous novelist during the 20th century. Set in "Bison," which is based on Buffalo. A gothic romance set in "Grandville," which is based on Buffalo. Bloodied after a realist summer exercise, Captain John Ryan comes up with a plan to use the Guardsmen's special skills in the streets of Buffalo A Buffalo college professor has a love affair, which produces a baby and a marriage and a life that he doesn't really understand.

A Buffalo attorney searches for his son's murderer in Greenwich Village. Carew, Opal Six New York: But once a year, Harmony reunites with her old college friends--the infamous Group of Six--for a decadent sexual free-for-all.

Trouble was attracted to him no matter how much he wanted to avoid it. Then, one indiscretion would steal his innocence and lead him towards disaster. Recounts an immigrant's efforts to become a Great Lakes captain. Chabon, Michael "Smoke" [short story] in: Many thanks to fellow librarian Bill for finding this one.

Short stories based on the author's experience driving a cab for Madison Taxi Co. Author's real name is Everett C. Cherry, Chelsea The Buffalo Billionaire: Bennington's Secret Amazon Digital Services, n. Publisher's Website When Jasmine Armano decides to take a semester off of college to work as a full time maid, she finds herself the object of her handsome and mysterious client's desire.

For mature readers only. The novel opens in the winter of , and the inhabitants of Lewiston soon learn of the burning of Newark by the retreating American army, and know that British reprisal is forthcoming, as indeed the characters must survive the British taking of Fort Niagara and burning of settlements up and down the American side of the Niagara River that December of Not seen by this webmaster Clement, Peter Lethal Practice [n.

Among other episodes they unknowingly help an Irishman join the Fenian troops invading Canada. One fateful night he was involved in the deaths of a Federal agent and an unarmed man. Julie soon found herself in a maze of mystery and intrigue. Yet not everyone in the world wants to see America back in the saddle again First in a series of three graphic novels. Possibly the first-ever novel completely set in Buffalo, this rags-to-riches story centers on a young man's business career Daniels, Margaret Family Secrets Morrisville, NC: As this novel opens, Homer Zigler is a year old cub reporter at a Buffalo newspaper who sets off the write the Great American Novel but somehow never does.

This is the story of an 'honest burglar" who was born and raised on Buffalo's East Side. Lippincott, [] Author Biography OP. Only with the help of the massive Brock Steele and the self-proclaimed knight Wallace Claymore can Jack hope to get things back to normal. A witty, unbelievable tromp through the streets of Buffalo ensues that forces the trio to dance the magical line between science and myth. One of them, Eliza, was forced to move to Buffalo after her father's financial misdealings.

Features sleuth Manville Moon. Deming, Richard Juvenile Delinquent London: Also published under the title Hand-Picked to Die. Also published under the title Give the Girl a Gun.

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In this hour, it is not our respective races which are at stake—it is our nation. Let those who care for their country come forward, North and South, white and Negro, to lead the way through this moment of challenge and decision Until justice is blind to color, until education is unaware of race, until opportunity is unconcerned with color of men's skins, emancipation will be a proclamation but not a fact.

To the extent that the proclamation of emancipation is not fulfilled in fact, to that extent we shall have fallen short of assuring freedom to the free. As president, Johnson again invoked the proclamation in a speech presenting the Voting Rights Act at a joint session of Congress on Monday, March 15, This was one week after violence had been inflicted on peaceful civil rights marchers during the Selma to Montgomery marches.

And we shall overcome. As a man whose roots go deeply into Southern soil, I know how agonizing racial feelings are. I know how difficult it is to reshape the attitudes and the structure of our society.

But a century has passed—more than years—since the Negro was freed. And he is not fully free tonight. It was more than years ago that Abraham Lincoln—a great President of another party—signed the Emancipation Proclamation. But emancipation is a proclamation and not a fact. A century has passed—more than years—since equality was promised, and yet the Negro is not equal. A century has passed since the day of promise, and the promise is unkept.

The time of justice has now come, and I tell you that I believe sincerely that no force can hold it back. It is right in the eyes of man and God that it should come, and when it does, I think that day will brighten the lives of every American. He finally becomes frustrated and explains it is a proclamation for certain people who wanted emancipation. Bigger, Longer and Uncut , Chef asks the military commander if he has "ever heard of the Emancipation Proclamation? The Emancipation Proclamation is celebrated around the world including on stamps of nations such as the Republic of Togo.

Designed by Georg Olden , an initial printing of million stamps was authorized. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about American history. For emancipation proclamations in other countries, see Abolition of slavery timeline. Henry Lewis Stephens , untitled watercolor c. The five page original document, held in the National Archives Building. Until it had been bound with other proclamations in a large volume held by the Department of State.

By country or region. Slave states and free states. Slave and free states. Abraham Lincoln and slavery. Executive orders are simply presidential directives issued to agents of the executive department by its boss.

The Executive Branch of Federal Government: People, Process, and Politics. National Archives and Records Administration. National Endowment for the Humanities. Masur tells the story of the day interval in Lincoln's Hundred Days: War Becomes Revolution, — pp. Abraham Lincoln and a New Birth of Freedom: U of Nebraska Press. The Library of Congress. The Legal Understanding of Slavery: From the Historical to the Contemporary. The Fifth Amendment's Just Compensation clause provided the proslavery camp with a bastion for fortifying the peculiar institution against congressional restrictions to its spread westward.

Based on this property-rights centered argument, Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, in Dred Scott v. Sanford , found the Missouri Compromise unconstitutionally violated due process. The peculiar institution reached many private aspects of human life, for both whites and blacks Even free Southern blacks lived in a world so legally constricted by racial domination that it offered only a deceptive shadow of freedom. Retrieved June 27, Retrieved January 21, Archived from the original on October 20, The destruction of slavery.

Lincoln's Relentless Struggle to End Slavery. Encyclopedia of the American Civil War. Harris, "After the Emancipation Proclamation: Archived from the original on April 25, Slavery Declared Forever Abolished". The New York Times. A new history of Kentucky. In , Kentucky refused to ratify the 13th Amendment.

It did ratify it in Civil War Defenses of Washington. Retrieved August 2, Lincoln met with his cabinet on July 22, , for the first reading of a draft of the Emancipation Proclamation. Race, ethnicity, and education , page IAP Slavery and Four Years of War , p. Basler, Volume V, p. Hill and Wang, , p. Library of Congress and Knox College. Battle Cry of Freedom , , p.

Six Months at the White House. Others present used the word resolution instead of vow to God. Houghton Mifflin Company, , 1: Basler, Volume 6, p. The Fight for Equal Rights: Black Soldiers in the Civil War". Department of History, University of Maryland. African American Legislators in 19th Century Tennessee".

LSU Press, , pp. A Documentary History of Emancipation —, Vol. Cambridge University Press, , p. Viking Press, , p. African Americans and the Gettysburg Campaign.

Deutsch; Joseph Fornieri The End of Slavery in America. The Civil War Awakening. Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. The State of Jones.

The Civil War, a Narrative: Abraham Lincoln, a press portrait: New York, New York: What Jefferson Davis Has to Say". Retrieved January 4, Archived from the original on May 3, Retrieved May 3, I have given the subject of arming the Negro my hearty support.

This, with the emancipation of the Negro, is the heaviest blow yet given the Confederacy. The South rave a greatdeel about it and profess to be very angry. The Fort Pillow Massacre: For Cause and Comrades: Why Men Fought in the Civil War. New York City, New York. Retrieved March 8, The Proclamation is worth three hundred thousand soldiers to our Government at least I know enough of the Southern spirit that I think they will fight for the institution of slavery even to extermination.

The Union, the Confederacy, and the Atlantic rim. Shared Visions of Race, Science, and Religion. Southern Illinois University Press. Los Angeles Times Book Review. Archived from the original on Spring iSSN ".

British Association for American Studies. Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King on the Emancipation Proclamation". Marin Luther King, Jr. Joseph June 10, Kennedy June 11, Archived from the original on March 29, Johnson March 15, Archived from the original on November 13, Episode clip, The Andy Griffith Show. Peter Ripley, Roy E. Hembree, Donald Yacovone, Witness for Freedom: Emancipation and Equal Rights: The Emancipation Proclamation online Foner, Eric.

Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery W. Norton, Guelzo, Allen C. Three Views Jones, Howard. Been in the Storm So Long: Garibaldi Great Lives Observed. Ordeal of the Union: From Property To Person: Civil War Confiscation Acts: Failing to Reconstruct the South Tsesis, Alexander.

A Brief History with Documents , primary and secondary sources. But they also fought a war against a country in which the head of state was the head of the church.

It was the recognition of that divisive past by the founders—notably Washington, Jefferson, Adams and Madison—that secured America as a secular republic. As president, Washington wrote in For happily the Government of the United States, which gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance requires only that they who live under its protection should demean themselves as good citizens.

In closing, he wrote specifically to the Jews a phrase that applies to Muslims as well: As for Adams and Jefferson, they would disagree vehemently over policy, but on the question of religious freedom they were united. Late in his life, James Madison wrote a letter summarizing his views: The belief widely held and preached by some of the most prominent ministers in America was that Catholics would, if permitted, turn America over to the pope.

Anti-Catholic venom was part of the typical American school day, along with Bible readings. In Massachusetts, a convent—coincidentally near the site of the Bunker Hill Monument—was burned to the ground in by an anti-Catholic mob incited by reports that young women were being abused in the convent school. At about the same time, Joseph Smith founded a new American religion—and soon met with the wrath of the mainstream Protestant majority. In October , after a series of conflicts over land and religious tension, Missouri Governor Lilburn Boggs ordered that all Mormons be expelled from his state.

In , a mob murdered Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum while they were jailed in Carthage, Illinois. No one was ever convicted of the crime. Even as late as , Catholic presidential candidate John F. Kennedy felt compelled to make a major speech declaring that his loyalty was to America, not the pope.

And as recently as the Republican primary campaign, Mormon candidate Mitt Romney felt compelled to address the suspicions still directed toward the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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