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  1. Great Falls is a city in and the county seat of Cascade County, Montana, United States. The 2013 census estimate put the population at 59,351. The population was 58,505 at the 2010 census. It is the principal city of the Great Falls, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Cascade County and has a population of 82,384. Great Falls was the largest city in Montana from 1950 to 1970, when Billings surpassed it. Great Falls remained the second largest city in Montana until 2000, when Missoula's incorporation of some surrounding neighborhoods resulted in its population surpassing that of Great Falls by a margin of 363 people. Since then Great Falls has been the third largest city in the state.
  2. Great Falls is a town in Chester County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 1,979 at the 2010 census.

There are other places with in their name, like Great Falls High School, University of Great Falls, Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park.

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Google previewLower Androscoggin River Basin Hydroelectric Projects, Gulf Island Deer Rips Project, Marcal Project, Androscoggin County (1996)

Environmental Impact Statement

Upstream migration to Great Falls is a management concern for American shad in the lower Androscoggin River. As noted by MDMR, there are numerous areas of suitable habitat downstream from Lewiston Falls, which American shad are ...

Google previewThe Log School-House on the Columbia (2012)

by Hezekiah Butterworth

The Belt Mountain region near Great Falls is a wonderland, like the Garden of the Gods in Colorado, or the Goblin Land near the Yellowstone. It would seem that it ought to be made a State park. Here one fancies one's self to be amid the ruins ...

Google previewThe Last River (2010)

The Tragic Race for Shangri-la by Todd Balf

Great Falls is a twisting, rock-jammed stretch of \vliitewater where the immense western river—sized volume of the Potomac abruptly plunges off the Piedmont ...

Google previewA dictionary of altitudes in the United States (1892)

by Geological Survey (U.S.)

Pa Do Great Bine Hill, Milton, Mass Great Coal Mines, Ky Great Creek Station, lll Great Falls, Mont., Missouri River, L. W. Do H. W. Do station Great Falls, N. H. ( Conway) Junction — Do (station about 12 feet above dam). Great Frog Mountain ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Immigration and Migration in the American West (2006)

by Gordon Morris Bakken, Alexandra Kindell

Great Falls is known as the “Electric City” because of its numerous dams and power plants. Montana's third largest city is located on the Missouri River among the five falls that were both a magnificent spectacle and formidable barrier to early ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Great Plains (2004)

by David J. Wishart

Great Falls entered the new millennium in a modest growth mode, with its most recent population at 56,690, drawing the city virtually even with where it stood in 1980 before the smelter closed. See also TRANSPORTATION: Hill, James.

Google previewThe Bankers Encyclopedia (1921)

Lowry to Great Falls. Luster to Sheridan. Luther to Red Lodge. Lyon to Virginia City. Lytle to Great Fails. MacKenzie to Ismay. Maddux to Chinook. Malden to Lewistown. Mammoth to Pony. Manson to Conrad. Marias to Fort Benton. Marion ...

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)

by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

The Great Kenhaway is 196 miles below Pittsburg, and navigable to the great falls most of the year. Kenhaway, Little, a smaller river of the United States, in Virginia, which rises among the Alleghany Mountains, west of Chestnut ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Early American Republic, 1783–1812: A Political, Social, and Military History [3 volumes] (2014)

A Political, Social, and Military History by Spencer C. Tucker

Not even the smallest bateaux could navigate the treacherous rapids known as the Great Falls, about 12 miles west of Georgetown, that fell 80 feet in less than 1 mile. Construction around the Great Falls took 17 years and proved to be a ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1904)

by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines

GREAT-CRESTED FLYCATCHER — GREAT FALLS GREAT HORNED OWL — GREAT MEADOWS GREAT PACIFICATOR — GREBES GREECE. The registered sailing vessels engaged in the home trade of the United Kingdom were in 1900, ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Geographical Dictionary (1997)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

Great Falls. 1. Falls, Kentucky. See CUMBERLAND 1. 2. Cataract in the Potomac River on boundary bet. Maryland and Virginia; in a series of rapids ab.

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