My father told the story, many times, of how when he was a little boy, his mother had to hold his hand tightly when they made their way downtown to do their shopping on Main Street in Little Falls.
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ON JUNE 30, 1916, the Lift Lock Celebration began for the opening of Lock 17, the highest single lift in the Western Hemisphere at 40 ½ feet.
A community begins and ends with its children, this is particularly true in Little Falls, as well as small towns across America.
City Hall stands out among the architecture of downtown Little Falls and is a testament to the spirit and community of Little Falls.
The Brave Defenders monument has stood proudly here since 1877, serving as a reminder of the loyal citizens of Little Falls who waged war against the Confederacy.
In February of 1861, hundreds of residents gathered at the train station here in Little Falls to catch a glimpse of a lanky, bearded Midwesterner.
Welcome to the Loomis-Burrell House, situated at 676 East Main Street, built in 1832 by Judge Arphaxed Loomis.
Welcome to the Richard Ray Ward House, located at 721 East Main Street. Built in 1860, this Italianate style house showcases a flat roof that was popular during its time.
Located on the Mohawk River, Little Falls, like most cities and towns built along New York’s rivers, relies heavily on their waters.
Along the former and present railroad tracks which run parallel to the Mohawk River are two stone crusher buildings, each built in 1906.