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Ed Delahanty
   died in   
1903 aged 35 from a Fall over Niagara Falls
baseball player American
George Westinghouse
   invented   
Hydroelectric Development of Niagara Falls
The hydroelectric development of Niagara Falls by George Westinghouse in 1896 inaugurated the practice of placing generating stations far from consumption centers.
Niagara Falls
   is situated in   
Canada
Canada & the U.S.A. Estimated annual flow of over 200,000 cubic feet per second
Buffalo
   stands on the   
Niagara
New York, U.S.
Here's to Old Niagara
   is the fight song of   
Niagara University
Little Niagara Falls
   is situated in   
Skamania County
Niagara Escarpment
   is situated in   
New York
Saint Lawrence - Niagara - Detroit - Saint Clair - Saint Marys - Saint Louis
   River runs through   
The U.S.A.
3,058 km. The U.S.A. / Canada
Saint Lawrence - Niagara - Detroit - Saint Clair - Saint Marys - Saint Louis
   River runs through   
Canada
3,058 km. The U.S.A. / Canada
Niagara Falls
   is situated in   
The U.S.A.
Canada & the U.S.A. Estimated annual flow of over 200,000 cubic feet per second
Charles Blondin
   was/were the first   
To Cross Niagara Falls on a Tightrope
1859
Sam Patch
   was/were the first   
Person to Survive the Jump off of Niagara Falls
1829
Frederic Edwin Church
   painted   
Niagara
1857, oil on canvas; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.
Niagara Peninsula
   is located in   
Canada
Ontario
Niagara
   the femme fatale was   
Marilyn Monroe
Niagara Falls Review
   is published in   
Canada
Niagara Falls, Canada. Published by Osprey Media Group Inc
Anna Taylor
   was   
The First Woman to Go over Niagara Falls in a Barrel
And lived. (1901)
Niagara Rag
   was composed by   
Laverne Hanshaw
1914






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