Falls of the Ohio

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1810 map of the Falls of the Ohio
modern aerial photo of the area of the Falls. Note the southernmost channel is a modern canal.

A ridge of rock crosses the Ohio River, at Louisville, Kentucky, known as the Falls of the Ohio. It was the only navigational obstacle on the river. Passengers and cargo had to be portaged, until a canal was constructed.