The Ohio River, which streams westward from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Cairo,
Illinois, is the largest tributary, by volume, of the Mississippi River in the United
States. At the confluence, the O...
Feb 6, 2006 ... The Ohio River becomes a tributary of the Mississippi River directly south of
Cairo, Illinois, a small city on the spit of land where the rivers ...
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Sep 22, 2009 ... Down the Mississippi...Up the Ohio! Life is good on Ithaka!
Sep 13, 2012 ... Above is a picture of where the Ohio River flows into the Mississippi ... to have
begun than where two great American rivers meet in Illinois.
The Ohio River contributes more water to the Mississippi than does any other ....
of Pennsylvania and then turns southwest to join the Mississippi River in Illinois.
The Ohio River flows through or borders six states: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky,
Ohio, ... Many sections of the Ohio River do not meet water quality standards for ...
[Archive] Why is there no great city where the Ohio River meets the Mississippi?
... The Scioto does end at Portsmouth, but that was a function of the ... Neither the
St. Maurice nor the Saguenay meet the St. Lawrence at ...
When two or more bodies of water meet, like rivers, it's called a confluence. ...
Confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers at Cairo, IL, USA ... Despite its
name, the Rio Negro is not technically black, but does harbor a very dark color.
When it ...
On the evening of 14 November 1803, Lewis and Clark camped on the point
between the Ohio (right) and Mississippi Rivers near today's Cairo, Illinois—or ...
At Cairo, Illinois, the Ohio River flows into the Mississippi, doubling its volume
and creating the point that divides the Upper Mississippi from the Lower ...