It was Haile Kifer, a gymnast and diver for Little Falls High School.
We came to Little Falls and built this house we are now living in in 1854.
Reached this place at seven o'clock in the evening and will go on to Little Falls after dinner to-morrow.
At Little Falls, Minn., flood-plain, deposits of sand and gravel are found to contain many artificial objects of quartz.
On his way to that city, he stopped off at the town of Little Falls, where occurred a very amusing incident.
Mr. Nicholson remained some years in the vicinity, but is now a resident of Little Falls.
They were rather cleverly done, and showed every road, with the distances properly marked, all the way to Little Falls.
One day someone coming from Little Falls said, "There's someone living in your house."
Looked down the brook, and saw the drops rise upwards and sparkle in the air at the Little Falls.
They began in 1793 at Little Falls but were soon forced to cease owing to the failure of funds.