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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_longest_rivers_of_the_United_States_(by_main_stem)

Two—the Yukon and Columbia rivers—begin in Canada and flow into the United States. Three—the Milk and Saint Lawrence rivers and the Red River of the North —begin in the United States and flow into Canada. Of these, only the Milk River crosses the international border twice, leaving and then re-entering the United ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_longest_rivers_in_the_United_States_by_state

This is a list of longest rivers in the United States by state. It includes rivers that pass through the state or compose a portion of the state's border, as well as rivers entirely contained within the state. Contents. [hide]. 1 Alabama; 2 Alaska; 3 Arizona; 4 Arkansas; 5 California; 6 Colorado; 7 Connecticut; 8 Delaware; 9 Florida ...

www.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_longest_north_south_river_in_the_United_states

The Mississippi River is the longest north-south running river in the United States. Is is also the fourth longest river in the entire world.

magicvalley.com/america-s-longest-north-south-highways/article_f42f6adc-2084-5036-a39d-7487c860b9e1.html

Dec 14, 2010 ... U.S. 59 1,911 miles Lancaster, Minn. Laredo, Texas. 6. U.S. 83 1,894 miles Westhope, N.D. Brownsville, Texas. 7. Interstate 75 1,786 miles Sault St. Marie, Mich. Hialeh, Fla. 8. U.S. 11 1,645 miles Robbins Point, N.Y, New Orleans. 9. U.S. 99 1,599 miles Blaine, Wash. Calexico, Calif. 10. U.S. 95 1,574 miles ...

www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/nariv2.htm

Nov 17, 2015 ... Fraser: This river of British Columbia, Canada, begins in the Canadian Rockies near Yellowhead Pass, then flows in a variety of directions (generally south), finally turning west to empty into the Strait of Georgia, just south of Vancouver. It's (850 miles) (1,368 km) in length. Mackenzie: It's the longest river in ...

www.britannica.com/place/Mississippi-River

Mississippi River, the longest river of North America, draining with its major tributaries an area of approximately 1.2 million square miles (3.1 million square km), or about one-eighth of the entire continent. The Mississippi River lies entirely within the United States. Rising in Lake Itasca in Minnesota, it flows almost due south ...

www.britannica.com/place/Cheyenne-River

Cheyenne River: River of eastern Wyoming and western South Dakota, U.S. It rises (as an intermittent stream) in northeastern Converse county, Wyoming, and ... Missouri River. longest tributary of the Mississippi River and second longest river in North America. It is formed by the confluence of the Jefferson, Madison, and ...

www.encyclopedia.com/places/united-states-and-canada/us-physical-geography/mississippi-river-us

One of the major rivers of North America, the Mississippi River has been a focal point in American history, commerce, agriculture, literature, and environmental ... in northwestern Minnesota to its mouth in the Gulf of Mexico flows 2,348 miles; it is the second longest river in the United States behind the Missouri (2,466 miles).

www.naqt.com/YouGottaKnow/north-american-rivers.html

You Gotta Know These North American Rivers. The Mississippi River is the second-longest in North America behind the Missouri. Referred to by Abraham Lincoln as “the father of waters,” the Mississippi begins at Lake Itasca, Minnesota, and flows 2,340 miles to a vast delta on the Gulf of Mexico, forming portions of ten state ...