The namesake of a city street, state expressway, multi-use recreational trail, and sewer drain, Scajaquada Creek has left a significant imprint on the history and physical development of the City of Buffalo, New York. The aim of this project is to uncover Scajaquada Creek as a significant cultural landscape in the City of Buffalo through identification and preservation of historic and cultural resources along the Creek.
Historic maps were used from different time periods, showing the transportation network near Scajaquada Creek, then digitized to compare transportation network changes over time.
*Receipients of the 2017 WNY APA Award*
Participants: Katharine Hewlings, Bradley Everdyke, Casey Gordon, Enjoli Hall, Jenna Hart, Hongkai Li, Crystal Middleton, Jared Parylo, Richard Rogers, Shawn Rooney, Ninuk Dwi Agustiningrum Setyowati, Eric Tocco, Ramanditya Wimbardana, and Corey Winters.