Deepest River in USA?

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The deepest river in the USA is Pocomoke river at a depth of 7 to 45 feet and averaging at 15 feet. The Pocomoke river stretches for 66 miles from southern Delaware through to southeastern Maryland. Pocomoke is derived from the algonquian languages and it means broken ground.
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