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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.

A view of the fall of Montmorenci and the attack made by General Wolfe.

Carte et plan de la première cataracte du Nil.

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

Chute du Mohack River.

Great falls of the Potomac.

Passaic Falls in the state of New Jersey.

The Falls of Niagara.

Cateratte del Nilo; Abitazioni Nubie vicino alle Cateratte.

Falls of St. Anthony on the Mississippi.

Jones' Falls near Baltimore.

Hadley's Falls.

Glenns Falls.

Little Falls at Luzerne.

Baker's Falls.

Ansichten der zweiten cataracte. = Vues de la seconde cataracte.

Ansicht der ersten Katarakte. = Vue de la première cataracte. (Indication des planches 1 à 4)

The Cohoes Falls from the dam.

The Genesse Falls, Rochester.

Passaic Falls

Hudson Fall at village of Gleens

Horse Shoe of Niagara from the Canadian side

Falls of Cohoes, of the River Mohawk

Extremity of Adley's Falls

Falls of the Hudson at Sandy Hill

Course of the Hudson and the mills near Sandy Hill

Pawtucket Falls

Falls of the Hudson at Sandy Hill

Falls of Mount Ida, above the town of Troy

1 et 2. Cataractes du Nil. 3. Habitation nubienne près les Cataractes.

Falls of Mill Creek Springfield O.

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

Falls of the Genesee.

Niagara Falls.

Cascades of the Columbia.

Two people crossing plank bridge over mountain waterfall and stream.

Haute Égypte. Sortie de la première cataracte.

Nubie. Vue cavalière de la seconde cataracte.

Haute Égypte. Entrance de la première cataracte.

Nubie. Seconde cataracte, Dgebel-Aboucir.

Suspension bridge no. 63.

Scenes below Table Rock.

Rope ascension, over Niagara River.

American Falls no. 13.

American Fall from Luna Island

[Niagara Falls.]

Below foot of Goat Island

Horseshoe Falls no. 1.

Horse-shoe Falls - Niagara.

American Fall, from Lunar Island.

American Falls from Luna Island.

General view from point view, American side.

Horseshoe Fall, N. Y.

Terrapin Tower - Niagara. Winter.

Munising Falls, Grand Island.

Hudson River.

Falls of Melsingah, Fishkill, on the Hudson.

Butter Milk Falls, West Point, N.Y.

Hudson River.

Butter Milk Falls, West Point, N.Y.

Munising Falls, Grand Island.

Walking stick fall, Rockland Co., N.Y.

Walking stick fall, Rockland Co., N.Y.

Falls of Melsingah, Fishkill, on the Hudson.

General view, from the American side.

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

Table Rock, from above.

Horseshoe Falls, from extending tree, G. I.

General view from American side.

Terrapin Tower & falls from Goat Island.

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

Ice bridge and American Fall.

Railway Suspension Bridge, 800 feet long.

Suspension Bridge, interior view.

Rapids from the Sister Islands, moonlight, Niagara.

The Rapids, rear of the Cataract House.

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

Horseshoe Fall, Niagara.

Cave of the Winds, Niagara.

Birdseye view of the Horseshoe Fall on line of N. Y. C. & H. R. R..

Clifton House from Luna Island, winter.

Falls of Niagara, general view.

New suspension bridge, Niagara, 1258 feet long.

The Tower Grove, winter, Niagara.

View of Niagara in Winter.

Bridge to Goat Island.

Niagara, Prospect Point in winter.

American Fall, from Goat Island.

General view from Victoria Point on line of N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R..

Prospect Point.

Prospect Point, in the new park, Niagara.

Bridge to Goat Island.

Ice bridge and American Fall.

Natural ice formation in shape of eagle's head, Luna Island.

Terrapin Tower, winter, Niagara.

The Maid of the Mist in the Whirlpool Rapids, Niagara.

Rapids and Third Sister Island, Niagara.

Statue Tree, Luna Island.

Prospect Point, moonlight, Niagara.

Front of American Fall, winter.

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