Fall Creek

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Fall Creek (Indiana)
... Fall Creek is a navigable in law waterway in Indiana, and a tributary of the White River ... As it flows southwest, Fall Creek is the namesake of three townships in Indiana, in Henry County, Madison County, and then Hamilton County ... Fall Creek begins near the town of Honey Creek, Indiana ...
South Buck Shoals Township, Yadkin County, North Carolina
... seat Yadkinville Towns Boonville East Bend Jonesville Yadkinville Townships Boonville Deep Creek East Bend Forbush North Buck Shoals North Fall Creek North Knobs North Liberty South Buck Shoals South Fall ...
Fall Creek, Oregon - Population
... According to the 2000 Census, there were 779 males and 774 females in Fall Creek ... Of the total population of 1553, there were 1461 Whites, 6 Blacks, 6 Asians, and 6 Pacific Islanders, 8 Native Americans, and 66 people of two or more races ...
Cornell Plantations - Current Extent - Nature Areas
... Beebe Lake and Woods – In 1828, to capture the waterpower of Fall Creek, Ezra Cornell help construct Beebe Dam on Fall Creek ... Brooktondale Meadow Carter Creek Preserve – 244 acres (99 ha) of woodlands about 14 miles (23 km) southwest of Cornell ... Gorge – a gorge formed as Cascadilla Creek drops 400 feet (120 m) from the campus to downtown Ithaca, with a walking trail and many waterfalls ...
South Liberty Township, Yadkin County, North Carolina
... Yadkinville Towns Boonville East Bend Jonesville Yadkinville Townships Boonville Deep Creek East Bend Forbush North Buck Shoals North Fall Creek North Knobs North Liberty South Buck Shoals South Fall ...

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