Longest River in North America?


The longest river in North America is the Mackenzie that flows in canada and is about 2635 miles long. The second largest is the Missiouri river.
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The Mississippi-Missouri.
The Rio Grande is one of the longest rivers in North America at 1,885
North America's longest river, the Mississippi and Missouri combination, comes in at 3,870 miles long.
That would be the Missouri River, though now with channeling, it is almost exactly the same length as the Mississippi. If you count the headstreams of the MacKenzie River, it surpasses
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The longest river in North America is the Mississippi - Missouri (3,902 miles).
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