Longest Rivers in the United States?

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The longest river in the United States is the Missiouri and it is about 2540 miles. Coming in next is the Mississippi, then the Yukon, the Rio Grande, and the ST. Lawrence.
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The longest river in the United States is the Mississippi River.
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The Missouri River is the longest river in the U.S. stretching
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The longest river in the U.S. is the Missouri River. It is 2,540 miles long and is a tributary of the Mississippi River. The USA has over 250,000 rivers.
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What is the longest river in the United States?the Missouri River Also, name the city which is located at the river's mouth Mouth : Mississippi River, near St. Louis in St. Charles
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