Excerpt from Brief Memories of Niagara: Its Rapids, Falls, and Whirlpool
There are five immense Sheets of fresh water, connected by rivers and straits. These inland seas are called The Great Lakes, and are named respectively: Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. The ... link between the last two is the river Niagara. The river St. Lawrence is the outlet from Lake Ontario, to take the vast quantity of fresh water to the Atlantic. These lakes are very deep, and the largest of their kind in the known world.
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