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Rivers of USA
United States is blessed with rivers. From the central and longest Missouri River, the famous and fabled Mississippi River, to the smallest Wabash River, this week we take a look at the impressive network of USA rivers. The best way to learn about them is to consult a River Map for the various states.
 
Rivers of Texas
As many as 14 major rivers and thousands of streams flow through Texas, ending in the Gulf of Mexico. The Rio Grande River originates in the San Juan Mountains, while the Red River forms the boundary between Texas and Oklahoma. Find out more in the river map.
Rivers of Texas
Rivers of Georgia
Among the major rivers in Georgia is Savannah, forming the border between South Carolina and Georgia. In the southeast flows the Altamaha, which forks into the Oconee and the Ocmulgee. The Satilla is another important river, having the state's only water trap. See the Georgia River Map to know more.
Rivers of Georgia
Rivers of Florida
There are over 1,200 water bodies in Florida, large and small. The Alafia River is historically important, and flows into Tampa Bay. The Blackwater River is famous for its long, dense canoe, while the Dead River is know for its slow movement. Explore these and many more rivers in the map.
Rivers of Florida
 
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Rivers of California
In the northern California flows the important Klamath River, which exists as Upper Klamath and Lower Klamath. Toward the northwest is the Eel River, having the third-largest watershed among all rivers in the state. The Trinity River, also part of Texas, is the longest tributary of the Klamath River. Know more from the map.
Rivers of California
Rivers of Idaho
Among the popular rivers in Idaho is Salmon, or the River of No Return. It supports an amazing variety of fish and wildlife. Another important one is the Snake River, which is part of four states in USA and flows in eastern Idaho. The 102-mile Boise River is one of the major tributaries of Snake River. Find out more in the map.
Rivers of Idaho
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