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Rivers of the United States of America
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This river once used to flow into the Lake Michigan, but in 1900 its flow was reversed using a series of locks, and the river now flows into the Sanitary and Ship Canal. This river is dyed green every year on St. Patrick's Day.
One of the easternmost rivers of the Mississippi River system, this river rises in Potter County, Pennsylvania and joins the Monongahela River at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Des Moines River
Big Sandy River
The largest river in volume flowing into the Pacific Ocean from North America. This river starts from the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia and also flows through Washington. Portland in Oregon is one of the major cities on this river.
Los Angeles River
A tributary of the Mississippi, this river flows east and southeast through Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. At 1,450 miles in length, it is the fourth longest river in the United States. Its origin is in the Rockies near Leadville, Colorado.
The fourth largest river along the Atlantic coast of the USA and the 21st longest in the USA overall, major tributaries of this "famous" river include the Shenandoah River, the Monocacy River and the Anacostia River.
This river marks part of the boundary between Mexico and the United States. It rises in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado and ends in a small sandy delta on the Gulf of Mexico.
The largest river system in North America, this river is more than 2,300 miles long. It runs through, or borders, ten states in the United States before emptying into the Gulf of Mexico. Major cities along the river include Minneapolis, St. Louis and Memphis.
The longest free-flowing waterway in Missouri, this river empties into the Mississippi River at Arnold, Missouri. Rich in wildlife along its course, the river is also plentiful in a variety of species of fish.
One of the largest rivers to flow in a generally northerly direction, this river unites with the Allegheny River to form the Ohio River at Pittsburgh.
This river is 981 miles long and carries the largest volume of water of any upper tributary of the Mississippi. It forms part of the border between quite a few states, including Ohio and West Virginia and between Illinois and Kentucky.
Little Missouri River
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