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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glacial_River_Warren

Glacial River Warren or River Warren was a prehistoric river that drained Lake Agassiz in central North America between 11,700 and 9,400 years ago.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Warren_Falls

When the great glacial River Warren began running 11,700 years ago, it cut a wide valley through central Minnesota, ...

mrbdc.mnsu.edu/minnesota-river-valley-formation

Nov 15, 2004 ... To understand the present Minnesota River Valley, you have to step back ... This outlet, called Glacial River Warren, drained south and carved ...

www.nps.gov/miss/planyourvisit/rivewarr.htm

An enormous waterfall, Glacial River Warren Falls, was originally located near what was to become downtown Saint Paul. The huge rush of water coming down  ...

aerialgeologist.blogspot.com/2012/08/minnesota-river-valley-flight-1.html

Aug 27, 2012 ... Aerial Geomorphology #3: Minnesota River Valley and Glacial River Warren. Onto Aerial Geomorph #3, although a similar flight along the MRV ...

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The ancient Glacial River Warren flowed from melting glaciers generally southward through what is now the Minnesota River Valley. The Glacial River Warren ...

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Jun 18, 2012 ... Q: What is the story of River Warren Falls in the Minnesota River Basin?

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The southern discharge outlet to this lake was called Glacial River Warren, which eventually excavated the valley now occupied by the Minnesota River.

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Description. In 1878 Newton Horace Winchell (Minnesota's first state geologist) estimated the timing of the end of the last ice age (Winchell, 1878). His date ...

www.startribune.com/why-lake-itasca-may-not-be-the-headwaters-of-the-mississippi-river/387864562

Jul 23, 2016 ... This river (the forerunner of today's Minnesota River) would much later be named glacial River Warren for a mid-nineteenth-century land ...