National Geographic : 1945 Jul
V) ivalional ueograpn ociuely jeuuayiiulic uy vv lialuL it.,ulier Amid a Primitive Wilderness 15 Miles from Washington, the Potomac Leaps Great Falls and Turns toFoam In season, picnickers scramble on the granite; a roar assails their ears. Full flood levels off the cataract; then theflow greatly surpasses Niagara's average. No power plant mars the beauty. Here the river narrows into its gorge.