Niagara Falls is a set of massive waterfalls located on the Niagara River in eastern North America, on the border between the United States and Canada. Niagara Falls comprises three separate waterfalls: the Horseshoe Falls (sometimes called the Canadian Falls), the American Falls, and the smaller, adjacent Bridal Veil Falls. While not exceptionally high, Niagara Falls is very wide. With more than 6 million cubic feet of water falling over the crestline every minute.

Niagara Falls in Southern Victory Edit

A bloody battle was fought during the Great War in 1914 near Niagara Falls when the United States Army crossed the Niagara River to invade Canada, with heavy losses.[1]

Niagara Falls in The Two Georges Edit

While many sightseers came to The Six Nations to observe the customs of the Iroquois, others came for the natural wonders, especially Niagara Falls. The Hotel Ahgusweyo ran daily omnibus service for the forty minute ride to the falls. It allowed for two to three hours of sightseeing and a light luncheon before the return journey.

At breakfast one morning, Colonel Thomas Bushell invited Dr. Kathleen Flannery to accompany him to the falls. She accepted but the two were interrupted by Captain Samuel Stanley who arrived to announce a meeting called by Major Shikalimo to review the findings of the Doshoweh constabulary in the theft of The Two Georges.


  1. American Front, pgs. 94-95, HC.