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A view of the Great Cohoes Falls, on the Mohawk River; the fall about seventy feet; the river near a quarter of a mile broad.

View at Rocky Mount; Hanging Roack; View of the Great Falls of the Catawba; View at the site of Rugeley's Mill; View at Rugeley's.

Campbell, John. Falls of Ohio. To Col. Presley Neville

Campbell, John. Falls of Ohio. To Col. Presley Neville

Campbell, John. Falls of Ohio. To Col. Presley Neville

Campbell, John. Falls of Ohio. To Col. Presley Neville

View of the river St. Lawrence, Falls of Montmorenci from the island of Orleans.

View of the aqueduct bridge at Little Falls

Passaic Falls in the state of New Jersey.

The Falls of Niagara.

View near the Falls of Schuylkill.

Falls of St. Anthony on the Mississippi.

View above the Falls of Schuylkill.

Jones' Falls near Baltimore.

View above the Falls of Schuylkill.

Rapids above Hadleys Falls.

Hadley's Falls.

Glenns Falls.

Little Falls at Luzerne.

Baker's Falls.

Southern view of part of the village of Little Falls

The Cohoes Falls from the dam.

Village of Little Falls. (Mohawk River)

Rail-road scene, Little Falls (Valley of the Mohawk).

Little Falls.

A distant view of the Falls of Niagara.

The Genesse Falls, Rochester.

Falls of Cohoes of the River Mohawk

Commencement of Passaic Falls

Falls on the Flint River

Passaic Falls

Falls of Niagara and adjacent country.

Falls in the Genesee Rivers.

Deer Creek Falls

Lower Falls near the residence of Mr. Montgomery.

Falls on the Flint River.

Danbucket Falls.

Falls of Mt. Ida above the town of Troy

Passaic Falls.

Extremity of Adley's Falls

Theresa Falls, Indian River

Falls of Cohoes, of the River Mohawk

Canada Creek Falls.

Therasa Falls, Indian River.

Extremity of Adley's Falls

Falls near Schooley's Springs.

Commencement of the Falls of Canada Creek.

Commencement of the Falls of Canada Creek

Falls of the Hudson at Sandy Hill

Falls on the Genesee rivers

Pawtucket Falls

Deer Creek Falls.

Niagara Falls from the American side.

Commencement of Lower Falls.

Falls of the Hudson at Sandy Hill

Falls of Mount Ida, above the town of Troy

Little Falls, N.Y.

View of the canal, at the Little Falls Mohawk River.

Falls of Mill Creek Springfield O.

Icicles at Mill Creek Falls Springfield Ohio. February 24, 1832.

View of the High Falls of Trenton, West Canada Creek, N. Y.

Falls of the Genesee.

Niagara Falls and vicinity.

Niagara Falls.

Little Falls in 1802.

American Falls no. 13.

[Niagara Falls.]

The Falls of St. Anthony.

Horseshoe Falls, Terrapin Tower from ferryboat landing, G. I. no.22.

Horse Shoe Falls from Goat Island.

Covered bridge. Niagara Falls

Horseshoe Falls no. 1.

Catskill Falls no. 67.

Horse-shoe Falls - Niagara.

American Falls from Luna Island.

Munising Falls, Grand Island.

Church of the Holy Innocents, Highland Falls, N.Y.

Falls of Melsingah, Fishkill, on the Hudson.

Butter Milk Falls, West Point, N.Y.

Butter Milk Falls, West Point, N.Y.

Munising Falls, Grand Island.

Church of the Holy Innocents, Highland Falls, N.Y.

Falls of Melsingah, Fishkill, on the Hudson.

Horseshoe Falls, fr. bel. Biddle's staircase.

Horseshoe Falls, from extending tree, G. I.

View of St. Anthony, Minneapolis and St. Anthony's Falls. (From Cheever's Tower).

Bridal-veil Falls. Columbia River, Oregon.

Panorma of Oregon City and Willamette Falls.

The Willamette Falls, Oregon.

The north rapids, Spokane Falls.

Falls on the Santiam at Waterloo, Ogn.

Falls of the Willamette at Oregon City, Oregon, U.S.A.

Great Ice Bridge and American Falls, Niagara Falls, N. Y., U. S. A..

Entrance to the Cave of the Winds, Niagara Falls, U. S. A..

Falls of Niagara, general view.

Falls of Niagara, general view.

International Hotel, Niagara Falls, N. Y.

American Falls and Ice Mounds.

Rapids above the Falls, sunset effect.

Luna Island and American Falls.

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