Goldman, a local hero to some, is largely responsible for the revitalization of Chippewa Street. See the Calumet Building
High Hopes: The Rise and Decline of Buffalo, New York. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1983:
- Online Google reprint
- Bishop Timon and Immigrant Catholics in Buffalo
- Bishop Timon Creates Parochial School System in Buffalo
- Pan American Exposition: World's Fair as Historical Metaphor
- The Senecas, Red Jacket, and the Holland Land Company
- William Wells Brown
- The Belt Line Railroad and Assumption Parish
- Michael Pasczek
- The Johnson Immigration Restriction Law
City of My Heart: Buffalo, 1967-2020 (Publication planned for Fall of 2021)
- Chapter 10: Discovering the power of faith, family and friendship in South Buffalo where, I learned, you are never alone.
Other online essays:
- Buffalo's Historic Neighborhoods: Hamlin Park
- Mark Goldman, The destruction of Humboldt Parkway: based on a roundtable interview with people who lived in the neighborhood during the 1950s and ‘60s.
- First There Was Black Rock
- Urban Exercises: A Portrait of Little Summer Street Originally published in Buffalo Spree
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