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  1. Brief History OFS-Little Falls

    The Queen of Peace Regional Fraternity of the Secular Franciscan Order serves local Fraternities located in MN,WI,ND,NE,IA
  2. Little Falls, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Little Falls is a township in Passaic ... For most of its history, Little Falls had been governed under the Township form of government by a township committee ...
  3. Little Falls, Minnesota - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Little Falls is a city in Morrison County, Minnesota, ... Several attempts to build dams over the falls took place throughout the town's history, ...
  4. Little Falls - Three Rivers, Hudson, Mohawk, Schoharie

    This brief history of Little Falls has been compiled from many books and ... A History of the City of LITTLE FALLS, ... Andrew Little passed away on April ...
  5. A Brief History of Fairfield Reformed Church

    A Brief History of Fairfield Reformed Church ... ... Made of brownstone from a Little Falls quarry, the new structure was constructed in 1804.
  6. Little Falls NY Historical Society

    Little Falls Historical Society & Museum "Where History Lives" ... A brief business meeting will be held prior to the program.
  7. Our Community - Little Falls, New York

    Little Falls is located along State Rt. 5, approximately mid way between Syracuse & Albany, New York. Exit Interstate 90 (New York State ...
  8. Our History | Little Falls Friends Meeting

    Home Our History. Our History (Click ... A recent library addition houses the meeting’s collection of books on Quaker history and genealogy. Little Falls Meeting ...
  9. Town of Little Falls, NY History & Genealogy

    History of the Town of Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York. ... "At Little Falls may be seen perhaps the most wild and picturesque scenery upon this route.
  10. A Brief History of Woodland Park - Official Website of the ...

    The first meeting of the governing body was held on June 1, 1914 in Little Falls School No. 6 (now the former West Paterson School No. 1).