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On March 17, 1892, the villages of Suspension Bridge and Niagara Falls incorporated with Clarksville to form the city of Niagara Falls, NY. Forty seven years prior to that the Worlds first working Railroad Suspension Bridge was built across the Niagara Gorge, spurring great commerce in what would become the village of Suspension Bridge. This book covers the history of the village from the first Maid of the Mist in 1846 to the present day. For those that have read the first edition, you may enjoy the extra stories of life in the Village... For those that haven't, you will find a more comprehensive account of the Village's culture and history.
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Daniel L. Davis was born in Niagara Falls, New York, and, with the exception of some quality time spent in the hills of Potter County, Pennsylvania, and a three year stint in the US Army, has lived there since. In the early months of 2013, he sat with a few friends around a table−after a symposium on Main Street−discussing how the North End of Niagara Falls, with its rich history, might be used to help revitalize the city. During that discussion, local historian Lewis Buttery, descendent of the Buttery Elevator family, suggested it be called by its original name−Suspension Bridge. Dan agreed and created a "Facebook" page by the name of “Why Not Suspension Bridge.” As the page developed and little pieces of history started to come together, Joel Paradise suggested that Dan write a book. This is that book.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1500714828