When was Niagara Falls discovered?

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The first humans arrived in Niagara Region almost 12,000 years ago, just in time to witness the birth of the Falls. During the Palaeo-Indian Period, which lasted until 9,000 years ago, Niagara was inhabited by the Clovis people.
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