Which river rising in northern Mississippi converges with the Yalobusha to form the Yazoo river?
#14794. Asked by kiln. (Dec 04 01 2:34 PM)
Yazoo river is formed by the confluence of the Tallahatchie and Yalobusha rivers north of Greenwood, Mississippi, U.S. It meanders 189 miles (304 km) generally south and southwest, much of the way paralleling the Mississippi River, which it joins at Vicksburg.
Dec 04 01, 2:54 PM
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