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Allegheny River
   runs through   
Pennsylvania
325 miles long
Anacostia River
   runs through   
District of Columbia
8.4 miles long
Arkansas River
   runs through   
Arkansas
Arkansas River
   runs through   
Colorado
Arkansas River
   runs through   
Kansas
Arkansas River
   runs through   
Oklahoma
Atchafalaya River
   runs through   
Louisiana
170 miles long
Bighorn River
   runs through   
Wyoming
461 miles long
Brazos River
   runs through   
Texas
1280 miles (2060 km) long
Canadian River
   runs through   
Colorado
Canadian River
   runs through   
New Mexico
Canadian River
   runs through   
Oklahoma
Canadian River
   runs through   
Texas
Charles River
   runs through   
Massachusetts
80 miles long
Chattahoochie River
   runs through   
Georgia
Chippewa River
   runs through   
Wisconsin
183 miles long
Colorado River
   runs through   
Arizona
Colorado River
   runs through   
California
Colorado River
   runs through   
Colorado
Colorado River
   runs through   
Nevada
Colorado River
   runs through   
Utah
Columbia River
   runs through   
Oregon
Columbia River
   runs through   
Washington
Connecticut River
   runs through   
Vermont
407 miles long
Cumberland River
   runs through   
Tennessee
688 miles long
Delaware River
   runs through   
New Jersey
410 miles long
Gila River
   runs through   
Arizona
650 miles long
Green River
   runs through   
Kentucky
300 miles long
Guyandotte River
   runs through   
West Virginia
166 miles long
Housatonic River
   runs through   
Connecticut
149 miles long
Hudson River
   runs through   
New York
Humboldt River
   runs through   
Nevada
300 miles long
James River
   runs through   
North Dakota
710 miles long
Kalamazoo River
   runs through   
Michigan
166 miles long
Merrimack River
   runs through   
New Hampshire
110 miles long
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Arkansas
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Illinois
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Iowa
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Kentucky
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Louisiana
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Minnesota
The Mississippi River actually begins its travel from Lake Itasca in the northeast Minnesota
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Mississippi
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Missouri
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Tennessee
Mississippi River
   runs through   
Wisconsin
Missouri River
   runs through   
Iowa
The Missouri River runs through several states in the Midwest and is the Longest River in the United States.
Missouri River
   runs through   
Kansas
Missouri River
   runs through   
Missouri
Missouri River
   runs through   
Montana
Missouri River
   runs through   
Nebraska
Missouri River
   runs through   
North Dakota
Missouri River
   runs through   
South Dakota
Mohawk River
   runs through   
New York
140 miles long
Muskingham River
   runs through   
Ohio
111 miles long
Ohio River
   runs through   
Illinois
Ohio River
   runs through   
Indiana
Ohio River
   runs through   
Kentucky
Ohio River
   runs through   
Ohio
Ohio River
   runs through   
Pennsylvania
Ohio River
   runs through   
West Virginia
Osage River
   runs through   
Missouri
360 miles long
Pecos River
   runs through   
New Mexico
926 miles long
Potomac River
   runs through   
District Of Columbia
Potomac River
   runs through   
Maryland
Potomac River
   runs through   
Virginia
Potomac River
   runs through   
West Virginia
Red River
   runs through   
Arkansas
Red River
   runs through   
Louisiana
Red River
   runs through   
Oklahoma
Red River
   runs through   
Texas
Republican River
   runs through   
Nebraska
Rio Grande River
   runs through   
Colorado
Rio Grande River
   runs through   
New Mexico
Rio Grande River
   runs through   
Texas
Roanoke River
   runs through   
North Carolina
410 miles long
Sante River
   runs through   
South Carolina
143 miles long
Savannah River
   runs through   
Georgia
Savannah River
   runs through   
South Carolina
The Savannah forms much of the border between South Carolina and Georgia, and flows through the cities of Augusta and Savannah.
Shenandoah River
   runs through   
Virginia
150 miles long
Smoky Hill River
   runs through   
Kansas
560 miles long
Snake River
   runs through   
Idaho
1040 miles long
South Platte River
   runs through   
Colorado
St Marys River
   runs through   
Florida
90 miles long
Susquehanna River
   runs through   
Maryland
Susquehanna River provides over half of the enitre freshwater inflow for Chesapeake Bay
Susquehanna River
   runs through   
New York
Susquehanna River
   runs through   
Pennsylvania
Suwannee River
   runs through   
Florida
Suwannee River
   runs through   
Georgia
Tennessee River
   runs through   
Alabama
Tennessee River
   runs through   
Kentucky
It starts near Knoxville, TN at the confluence of the Holston and French Broad, flows through Alabama, and borders Mississippi.
Tennessee River
   runs through   
Mississippi
Tennessee River
   runs through   
Tennessee
Tippecanoe River
   runs through   
Indiana
225 miles long
Wabash River
   runs through   
Illinois
Wabash River
   runs through   
Indiana
Wabash River
   runs through   
Ohio
Willamette River
   runs through   
Oregon
Willamette rhymes with Dam It (which has been done 371 times). The river is 187 miles long.
Yakima River
   runs through   
Washington
214 miles long
Yazoo River
   runs through   
Mississippi
188 miles long
Yellowstone River
   runs through   
Montana
692 miles long
Yukon River
   runs through   
Alaska
1980 miles long


Facts contributed by:


Allan R. Matthes








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