Adventures in History Series: The Art & Artists of Buffalo
Social Studies (NYS K-12 Framework Common Core)
Elementary, Intermediate, Commencement, 4th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 11th Grade
Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society
Buffalo has a long cultural history of art, artisans, and their role in the community. Author William J. Barney reveals these talented people and identifies their legacy. His narration includes the formation of their organizations such as the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, which was the precursor for the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
This pamphlet is one of twenty-seven volumes in the Adventures in WNY History Series, which were produced based on the collections and archives of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. The contents of the pamphlets, including the images, are copyrighted by the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. They can be used exclusively for educational purposes described under the federal copyright laws. Some original copies may be purchased from the museum shop.
This pamphlet is appropriate for students studying local and New York State history.
The Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society Museum Education