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Montana...........
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Very Good,......!!!......... THANKS!,.....

Eduardo de Andrés
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I've thought all my life that the falls were named upon the Niagara Ravine in my land, Tenerife, Canary Islands.

Maybe, a Spanish explorer coming from Tenerife was the one to name it.

The Niagara Ravine received that name long before the falls

Yours, Eduardo de Andrés

Shea Sandy

That's very interesting about the 2 different places called "niagara"! And they are quite far apart from each other. I wonder now if the word origin is Indigenous or does it actually come from the invading colonists... if you come accross more info on either place name, please let us know!

Arla
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Very nice. It is one of the coolest places on earth.

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