In this episode, we’re talking about one of our favorite points of Buffalo history: the Pan American Exposition. The Pan-Am had everything: state-of-the-art architecture, food and beer, a midway, music, crime and scandal… all that good stuff. (For this reason, expect future Pan-Am episodes, because we can only fit so much into one episode.) In addition, we discuss a newer style of beer being produced by two Pearl St. breweries in Buffalo! Well then, let us off at Buffalo!
Music: “Low Bridge” by the Rust Belt Brigade
Kingseed, W. (2001, October 1). President William McKinley: Assassinated by an Anarchist. Retrieved from http://www.historynet.com/president-william-mckinley-assassinated-by-an-anarchist.htm
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William McKinley. (n.d.) Retrieved on 2018, May 1 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_McKinley