Aaron Salisbury was the first permanent settler in the Town of Evans (1809). He is reputed to have single handedly fought off a British raiding party at 18 Mile Creek during the War of 1812. He became a lieutenant in the 48th N.Y. Infantry. After . . . — — Map (db m105619) HM WM
Burial Site of Asa Ames 1823-1851 Celebrated folk artist. His wood carvings are exhibited in many acclaimed folk art museums. Town of Evans Historical Society.
Pioneer Cemetery 1810-1928 Burial ground of early settlers in Evans . . . — — Map (db m75199) HM
Section Through Living Room. Glass walls make upper story float and lower story transparent. Terrace mimics cliff brink and makes sky part of the house. Stone extends through house. Stone sided esplanade connects house to cliff. 65' cliff . . . — — Map (db m105644) HM
Ordered to join his regiment in the War of 1812, he dismissed school and rode to Buffalo. He was killed at the Battle of Black Rock, Dec 30, 1813. Erected by Evans Historical Society 1969 — — Map (db m75306) HM WM
The Historic First Church of Evans. Here, in 1818, Rev. John Spencer organized the first house of worship south and west of Buffalo, in the Town of Evans. The present colonial structure, with interior copied after the original, was erected . . . — — Map (db m105617) HM
'The Greatest in the World' From 1907 to 1921 William Conners, propietor of the Buffalo Courier Express, built a poultry farm that ultimately covered 360 acres. Literature from the operation proclaimed;"...stretching away toward the lake . . . — — Map (db m105702) HM