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How far back can Little Falls trace it's roots? Click on photos for answers

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Little Falls can trace its heritage back to 1711

According to the 2010 Census what was the population of Little Falls?

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As of the 2010 census, the township's population was 14,432

According the 2010 census how many households are in Little Falls

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4,740 households

What Congressional District is Little Falls located in?

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Little Falls is located in the 11th Congressional District

How many famous people can you name from Little Falls?

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(From Wikipedia) David Blaine (born 1973), illusionist. Frank DeCaro (born 1962), author and television personality. Leonard Schoonmaker (1882-1950), fencer 1920 Summer Olympics. Franklin E. Sigler (1924–1995), U.S. Marine Medal of Honor Battle of Iwo Jima. Grif Teller (1899-1993), artist paintings for the Penn. Railroad.

What year was celebrated as Little Falls Centenial Year?

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1968

Who was Captain James Gray and how does he relate to Little Falls history?

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James Gray -He was among the first to recognize the possibilities in the use of the water power available at Little Falls

How did Great Notch get it's name?

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During the Revolutionary War...A major break in the cliff wall of the Watchung Mountains was the Great Notch. Because of the Great Notch's importance as a break in the cliff wall, it saw the movements of patrolling troops throughout this period

What house is the first home on record built in Little Falls?

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The earliest evidence of such settlement is the building of the Speer House in 1702. The Speer House still stands on Upper Montclair Avenue near the Montclair boundary

Who were the Dragoons and why were they in Little Falls?

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Dragoons were cavalry troops, meaning they were soldiers on horseback were stationed near the Little Falls during the revolutionary war.

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