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TRENTON FALLS, a village of Oneida co., New York, on West Canada creek and the Utica and Black River railroad, 13 m. N. E. of Utica; pop. in 1870, 128. It is named from the falls in its neighborhood, six in number, occupying at intervals a ravine 2 m. long, with an aggregate descent of 312 ft. The cascades are exceedingly beautiful, and the rocky walls in some places are 150 ft. high.