The Cumberland side of Valley Falls, like the part that is in Central Falls (see the Central Falls introduction and especially CF10) was, during the latter half of the nineteenth century, the fiefdom of the Valley Falls Company and the brothers Samuel B. and Harvey Chace, who controlled it.
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