- Sites of the Northeast. // Overdrive;Jun2000, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p68
Focuses on places to see Niagara Falls. Junior's Fuel Plaza and Dunes Motel; Cave of the Wind Trip; Goat Island.
- Taughannock Falls. Bledsoe, Lysbeth // Cortlandt Forum;10/25/97, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p85
Presents a photograph of the Taughannock Falls at the Taughannock Falls State Park in New York, the highest single-drop waterfall in the northeastern United States. Legend of the falls.
- Nigara Falls 1860. Miller, Kristin // Conde Nast Traveler;Oct2002, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p116
Features the Niagara Falls. Freezing of the upper layers of the falls; Sightseers' crossing to Canada on the ice bridge; City of Niagara Falls' celebration of its first winter festival; Construction of wooden viewing platforms below the Bridal Veil Falls.
- Niagara Falls...Two separate waterfalls: the American Falls and the Canadian, or Horseshoe Falls. // Monkeyshines on America;Sep98 U.S. Waterways Issue, p25
Focuses on the Niagara Falls, situated on the Canadian-American border. Length; Scientists' belief that Niagara Falls was created out of necessity; Water weight.
- Waterfalls, Shoot Large, Print Small. Gross, Steve; Daley, Susan // View Camera;May/Jun2012, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p30
The article presents photographs of waterfalls taken at the Catskill mountains in New York with the use of an 8X10 Deardorff camera and long exposures for recording the fluid movements of the hidden falls.
- AMERICAN ICON: NIAGARA FALLS. // ASTA Network Magazine;Summer2013, p63
The article features the Niagara Falls along the U.S./Canada border.
- POWER FLOW. Gardner, Laura // Professional Engineering;Apr2011, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p67
The article focuses on the development of hydroelectric scheme at Niagara Falls situated at the U.S.-Canadian border. It states that the International Niagara Commission was organized to consider the best scheme to develop hydroelectricity at the Falls while preserving the beauty of the area....
- Niagara Falls. // Monkeyshines on America;Jul2002 New York Issue, Part 2, p19
Every minute 379,000 tons of water pour over the cliffs of Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls consist of two separate waterfalls: the American Falls and the Canadian, or Horseshoe Falls. The American Falls is the "small" one where the water at the edge of the falls is only three and one-half feet...
- Chittenango Falls. Murray, Chris // New York State Conservationist;Aug2013, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p2
The article focuses on Chittenango Falls in New York State where Chittenango Creek makes its entrance into the state park and winds its way down to meet with Oneida Lake. The falls were created during the last ice age when the glaciers retreated 12,500 years ago while the rock over which its...