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Blueberry River (Minnesota)

The Blueberry River is a tributary of the Shell River, approximately twenty miles long, in north-central Minnesota in the United States. Via the Shell and Crow Wing Rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining a rural ar ...

Buck Creek (Mississippi River)

Buck Creek is a small tributary of the Upper Mississippi River flowing mainly through Garnavillo and Jefferson Townnships in Clayton County, Iowa, to join the Big River at Bussey Lake, a backwater lake approximately two miles above Lock and Dam N ...

Buffalo Creek (Crow River tributary)

Buffalo Creek is an 84.3-mile-long river in central Minnesota. It is a tributary of the South Fork of the Crow River, which is a tributary of the Mississippi River. Buffalo Creek was named from the Buffalo bones were found on the pioneers.

Buffalo River (Wisconsin)

The Buffalo River is formed at Osseo in northeastern Trempealeau County by the confluence of its North and South Forks, both of which are about 16 miles 26 km long and rise in northwestern Jackson County, the North Fork has at times been consider ...

Calamus Creek (Wisconsin)

Calamus Creek is a minor tributary of the Beaver Dam River, about 23.7 miles long, in southeastern Wisconsin in the United States. Via the Beaver Dam, Crawfish, and Rock rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. Its watershed ...

Casey Creek (Illinois)

Casey Creek is a major tributary of the Big Muddy River in Illinois, United States. It is about 39.0 miles long, measured from the junction of its arm of Rend Lake with the arm formed by the Big Muddy River. Casey Creek, shown on Federal maps as ...

Catfish Creek (Iowa)

Catfish Creek is a 21.2-mile-long tributary of the upper Mississippi River in northeastern Iowa. It rises southwest of Dubuque, just southeast of Peosta. The Middle Fork rises west of Dubuque and flows under and then parallel to U.S. Route 20, th ...

Clear Creek (Allamakee County, Iowa)

Clear Creek is a minor tributary of the Upper Mississippi River entirely contained within Allamakee County, Iowa. It enters the Mississippi into Navigation Pool 9 through the city of Lansing, Iowa. Iowa Highway 9 runs through its canyon. It has b ...

Cobb River (Minnesota)

The Cobb River and its tributary the Little Cobb River are small rivers in southern Minnesota in the United States. The Cobb River is a 78.6-mile-long tributary of the Le Sueur River. Via the Le Sueur, Blue Earth and Minnesota rivers, it is part ...

Cota Creek

Cota Creek is a very minor tributary of the Upper Mississippi River. It is confined mainly to Taylor Township in Allamakee County, Iowa, United States. It joins the river at Harpers Ferry, downstream from Lock and Dam No. 9.

Crawfish River

The Crawfish River is a tributary of the Rock River, 80 miles long, in south-central Wisconsin in the United States. Via the Rock River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. Council of the United States on geographical names issu ...

Crow River (Minnesota)

The Crow River is a tributary of the Mississippi River in south-central Minnesota in the United States. It drains a watershed of 2.756 square miles.

Crow Wing River

The Crow Wing River is a 113-mile-long tributary of the Mississippi River in Minnesota, United States. The river rises at an elevation of about 1391 feet in a chain of 11 lakes in southern Hubbard County, Minnesota, and flows generally south, the ...

Dead Moose River

The Dead Moose River is a 15.2-mile-long tributary of the Kettle River in eastern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Kettle and St. Croix rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. The dead moose river rises in Salo villag ...

Deer River (Mississippi River tributary)

The Deer River is a river of Minnesota. It is a tributary of the Mississippi River. Deer river-English translation native Ojibway language name.

Des Moines River

The Des Moines River) is a tributary of the Mississippi River in the upper Midwestern United States that is approximately 525 miles long from its farther headwaters. The largest river flowing across the state of Iowa, it rises in southern Minneso ...

Eau Claire River (Chippewa River tributary)

The Eau Claire River is a tributary of the Chippewa River in west-central Wisconsin in the United States. It is one of three rivers by this name in Wisconsin. Via the Chippewa River, it is part of the Mississippi River watershed. Its name is the ...

Elk River (Minnesota)

The Elk River is an 84.0-mile-long river in east-central Minnesota in the United States. It is a tributary of the Mississippi River, draining a watershed of 630 square miles.

Fish Hook River

The Fish Hook River, also spelled Fishhook River, is a tributary of the Shell River, 9 miles long, in north-central Minnesota in the United States. The rivers source, Fish Hook Lake, collects short tributaries known as the Portage River and the P ...

Hatchie River

The Hatchie River is a 238-mile-long river in northern Mississippi and southwestern Tennessee. It is of considerable geographic, cultural, and historic significance. In large measure this is because it is the only major river of West Tennessee th ...

Johnson Creek (Rock River tributary)

Johnson Creek is a minor tributary of the Rock River, about 20.8 miles long, in southeastern Wisconsin in the United States. Via the Rock River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. Its watershed lies entirely within Jefferson Co ...

Kettle River (Blueberry River tributary)

The Kettle River, also known as Kettle Creek, is a tributary of the Blueberry River, 17 miles long, in north-central Minnesota in the United States. Via the Blueberry, Shell, and Crow Wing Rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi Ri ...

Knife River (Snake River tributary)

The Knife River is a 27.4-mile-long tributary of the Snake River in east-central Minnesota in the United States. It is one of three streams in Minnesota with this name. Its name is a translation from the Dakota Isaanti. Knife Lake and Santee Siou ...

Le Sueur River

The Le Sueur River is a tributary of the Blue Earth River, 111 miles long, in southern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Blue Earth and Minnesota Rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 1.089 square ...

Leitner Creek

Leitner Creek is a 4.8-mile-long tributary of the upper Mississippi River. It rises in the bluffs overlooking the gorge of the Mississippi in east central Crawford County, Wisconsin, north of Prairie du Chien, entering the river just behind Lock ...

Lime Creek (Winnebago River tributary)

Lime Creek is a 19.8-mile-long tributary of the Winnebago River in Minnesota and Iowa. Via the Winnebago, Shell Rock, Cedar, and Iowa rivers, it is part of the Mississippi River watershed.

Little Maquoketa River

The Little Maquoketa River is a 29.6-mile-long direct tributary of the upper Mississippi River. The Little Maquoketa River is largely confined to Dubuque County, Iowa, and enters the Mississippi in the rural areas north of Dubuque. Little river b ...

Little Swan River (Minnesota)

The Little Swan River is a 13.9-mile-long tributary of the Swan River of central Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Mississippi River watershed.

Little Willow River (Mississippi River tributary)

The Little Willow River is a 26.2-mile-long tributary of the Mississippi River in northern Minnesota, United States. It rises in western Aitkin County at the outlet of Esquagamah Lake and flows generally south to its junction with the Mississippi ...

Long Prairie River

The Long Prairie River is a tributary of the Crow Wing River, 96 miles long, in central Minnesota in the United States. Via the Crow Wing River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 892 square miles in a gener ...

Loosahatchie River

The Loosahatchie River is a 64.0-mile-long stream in southwestern Tennessee. Except for a few miles near its head, its mouth, and near the middle of its length, it has been entirely channelized, as have its major tributaries, for agriculture purp ...

Maunesha River

The Maunesha River is a 33.5-mile-long tributary of the Crawfish River in south-central Wisconsin in the United States. Via the Crawfish and Rock rivers, it is part of the Mississippi River watershed.

Meramec River

The Meramec River, sometimes spelled Maramec River is one of the longest free-flowing waterways in the U.S. state of Missouri, draining 3.980 square miles while wandering 218 miles from headwaters near Salem to where it empties into the Mississip ...

Mill Creek (Jackson County, Iowa)

Mill Creek is a minor tributary of the Upper Mississippi River, essentially confined to Bellevue Township in Jackson County, Iowa, United States, entering the Big River just south of the city of Bellevue.

Minnehaha Creek

Minnehaha Creek is a 22-mile-long tributary of the Mississippi River that flows east from Grays Bay Dam on Lake Minnetonka through the suburban cities of Minnetonka, Hopkins, Saint Louis Park, and Edina, and the city of Minneapolis. The creek flo ...

Minnesota River

The Minnesota River is a tributary of the Mississippi River, approximately 332 miles long, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It drains a watershed of nearly 17.000 square miles, 14.751 square miles in Minnesota and about 2.000 sq mi in South Dakota ...

Moose Horn River

The Moose Horn River is a 36.4-mile-long tributary of the Kettle River in eastern Minnesota, United States. It is part of the St. Croix River watershed, flowing eventually to the Mississippi River. It rises at the outlet of Wild River Lake, 7 mil ...

Nokasippi River

The Nokasippi River is a 46.5-mile-long tributary of the Mississippi River in central Minnesota in the United States. In the Ojibwe language, the river is called Nooke-ziibi. The term "tender" generally refers to the Bear Totem, but in this case ...

Obion River

The Obion has four major forks, the North Fork, Middle Fork, South Fork and Rutherford Fork which is named after the town of Rutherford. The confluences of these forks are a few miles above the mouth of the Obions discharge into the Mississippi R ...

Ocheyedan River

The Ocheyedan River is a tributary of the Little Sioux River, 58 mi long, in southwestern Minnesota and northwestern Iowa in the United States. Via the Little Sioux and Missouri Rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. The ri ...

Paint Creek (Iowa)

Paint Creek is a direct tributary of the Upper Mississippi River, rising in central Allamakee County, Iowa, in and about the city of Waukon. The catchment measures approximately 85.5 square miles. It has some still-rural stretches past 9th Street ...

Perch Creek (Watonwan River tributary)

Perch Creek is a 37.3-mile-long tributary of the Watonwan River in southern Minnesota, United States. Via the Watonwan, Blue Earth, and Minnesota rivers, it is part of the Mississippi River watershed.

Platte River (Minnesota)

The Platte River is a tributary of the Mississippi River in central Minnesota in the United States. It is 55.1 miles long. Platte is a name derived from the French meaning "flat".

Platte River (Wisconsin)

The Platte River is a tributary of the Mississippi River in southwestern Wisconsin in the United States. Its watershed lies almost entirely within Grant County, with only a small portion in neighboring Iowa County, and its main tributary is the L ...

Prairie River (Mississippi River tributary)

The Prairie River is a river of Itasca County, Minnesota. The river is located in northern Minnesota, near the communities of Taconite, Bovey, Grand Rapids, and La Prairie. It is a tributary of the Mississippi River.

Redeye River

The Redeye River is a tributary of the Leaf River, 73 miles long, in central Minnesota in the United States. Via the Leaf and Crow Wing Rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 222 square miles in a rural ...

Rice River (Mississippi River tributary)

The Rice River is a 57.1-mile-long tributary of the Mississippi River in northern Minnesota, United States. It rises in southeastern Aitkin County at the outlet of Porcupine Lake and flows generally north into Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge, ...

Rock River (Big Sioux River)

The Rock River is a tributary of the Big Sioux River, about 144 miles long, in southwestern Minnesota and northwestern Iowa in the United States. Via the Big Sioux and Missouri rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. The riv ...

Rum River

The Rum River is a slow, meandering channel that connects Minnesotas Mille Lacs Lake with the Mississippi River. It runs for 151 miles through the communities of Onamia, Milaca, Princeton, Cambridge, Isanti, and St. Francis before ending at the T ...

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