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Boggy Gut Creek

Boggy Gut Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Savannah River. Boggy Gut Creek was so named on account of the boggy soil near its course.

                                               

Brasstown Creek

Brasstown Creek is a stream in the U.S. states of Georgia and North Carolina. The 8.5-mile long stream is a tributary to the Hiwassee River. Brasstown Creek took its name from the now-extinct Indian village of Brasstown.

                                               

Breastworks Branch

Breastworks Branch is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. A variant name was "Breastwork Branch". Breastworks Branch was so named on account of a breastwork along its course.

                                               

Briar Creek (Savannah River tributary)

Briar Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Savannah River. An alternate spelling is Brier Creek Savannah River tributary. The streams name comes from the Native Americans of the area, who encountered briers alo ...

                                               

Brier Creek (Savannah River tributary)

Brier Creek is a 123-mile-long tributary of the Savannah River in the U.S. state of Georgia. It rises in Warren County east of Camak and flows southeast to the Savannah River in Screven County, 12 miles east of Sylvania. An alternate spelling is ...

                                               

Broad River (Georgia)

The Broad River is a 60.0-mile-long tributary of the Savannah River in northeastern Georgia. The North Fork of the Broad River begins in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Stephens County, then joins the Middle Fork west of Royston in ...

                                               

Broro River

                                               

Broxton Creek

Broxton Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Seventeen Mile River. Broxton Creek most likely was named after Henry Broxton, a pioneer citizen. A variant name is "Braxton Creek".

                                               

Brunswick River (Georgia)

The Brunswick River is a 6-mile-long tidal river in Glynn County, Georgia. It begins at the confluence of the South Brunswick River with the Turtle River southeast of Brunswick and flows east to St. Simons Sound, the strait between Saint Simons I ...

                                               

Buffalo River (Georgia)

The Buffalo River is a 4.5-mile-long tidal river northwest of Brunswick, Georgia. It is part of the Brunswick River network of tidal channels along the Atlantic coast of the U.S. state of Georgia. The stream begins at the confluence of the Little ...

                                               

Bull River (Georgia)

The Bull River is an 8.1-mile-long tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia, running through Chatham County east of Savannah. At its north end it connects via St. Augustine Creek and the Wilmington River with the Savannah River. Its south end is ...

                                               

Burwell Creek

                                               

Camp Creek (Fulton County, Georgia)

Camp Creek is a 14.1-mile-long tributary of the Chattahoochee River in Fulton County, Georgia. Rising in College Park, the creek flows west to join the Chattahoochee northeast of Campbellton.

                                               

Canton Creek

Canton Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Etowah River. Canton Creek flows through the city of Canton, Georgia, from which it takes its name.

                                               

Carlier Springs

                                               

Cartecay River

The Cartecay River is a 19.1-mile-long river that runs through Ellijay, Georgia. It is the site of a class II whitewater run. The Cartecay and Ellijay rivers meet in Ellijay to form the Coosawattee River. The Cartecay and most of its watershed ar ...

                                               

Centralhatchee Creek

Centralhatchee Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Chattahoochee River. Centralhatchee is a name derived from the Muskogean language meaning "fish stream". Variant names are "Sundahatchee Creek" and "Sundalhat ...

                                               

Charlies Creek

Charlies Creek is a stream in the U.S. states of Georgia and North Carolina. It is a tributary to the Tallulah River. Charlies Creek was named after Charles R. Hicks 1767–1827, Second Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Variant names are "Cha ...

                                               

Chattanooga Creek

Chattanooga Creek is a stream in Walker County, Georgia and Hamilton County, Tennessee. Chattanooga is a Muskogean-language name meaning "rock coming to a point". At the USGS station at Flintstone, Georgia, Chattanooga Creek has a discharge of 10 ...

                                               

Cherokee Branch

                                               

Chickasawhatchee Creek

Chickasawhatchee Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Flint River. Chickasawhatchee is a name derived from the Hitchiti language, meaning "council house creek". Variant names are "Chicasawhatchie Creek", "Chick ...

                                               

Childers Creek

                                               

Commissioner Creek

Commissioner Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Oconee River. The creek was named after a local Indian agent commissioner. A variant name is "Commissioners Creek".

                                               

Cooleewahee Creek

Cooleewahee Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Flint River. According to tradition, Cooleewahee is a name derived from the Muskogee language translating to "where the white oak acorns are scattered".

                                               

Cooper Creek (Toccoa River tributary)

Cooper Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Toccoa River. Cooper Creek was named after Joseph and William Cooper, pioneer citizens.

                                               

Coosa Creek

Coosa Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. The stream derives its name from the Coosa chiefdom. Many variant names have been recorded, including: "Abacoochee River", "Arbacoochee River", "Coosau River", "Coosaw River", "Coose River", " ...

                                               

Coosawattee River

The river begins at the confluence of the Ellijay and Cartecay rivers in the city of Ellijay in central Gilmer County. The river flows west through the foothills in the North Georgia mountains region and is a tributary of the Oostanaula River whi ...

                                               

Cowpen Creek

                                               

Crane Eater Creek

Crane Eater Creek is a stream in, Georgia, United States, that is a tributary of the Coosawattee River. Crane Eater Creek has the name of a Cherokee man who settled near its course.

                                               

Crawfish Creek (Chickamauga Creek tributary)

Crawfish Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to West Chickamauga Creek. Crawfish Creek received its name from the Cherokee Indians of the area, who saw crayfish in its water. A variant name is "Crayfish Creek".

                                               

Crawfish Spring

                                               

Crescent River (Georgia)

The Crescent River is a 5.4-mile-long tidal river in McIntosh County, Georgia, in the United States. It forms in salt marshes east of the community of Bellville Point and flows southeast, ending at a river junction where the Mud River flows north ...

                                               

Cress Spring

                                               

Crooked River (Georgia)

The Crooked River is a 26.8-mile-long river in Camden County in the U.S. state of Georgia. Primarily tidal, it is an inlet of Cumberland Sound. It rises in freshwater wetlands northwest of Kingsland and flows east into saltmarsh. Grover Island li ...

                                               

Cumberland River (Georgia)

The Cumberland River is a 15-mile-long tidal channel in the U.S. state of Georgia. It forms the northern half of the waterway that separates Cumberland Island from the Georgia mainland, connecting with Cumberland Sound to the south and St. Andrew ...

                                               

Darien River (Georgia)

The Darien River is a 10-mile-long tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia, in the vicinity of the city of Darien. It is part of the large complex of salt marshes surrounding the mouth of the Altamaha River.

                                               

Deepstep Creek

                                               

Devils Branch (Little Persimmon Creek tributary)

Devils Branch is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to Little Persimmon Creek. Devils Branch was so named on account of uneven terrain along its course.

                                               

Devils Branch (Runs Branch tributary)

Devils Branch is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to Runs Branch. Devils Branch was so named on account of a treacherous swamp along its course.

                                               

Doctors Creek

Doctors Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Altamaha River. Doctors Creek most likely was named after a Native American chieftain.

                                               

Dried Indian Creek

Dried Indian Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Yellow River. According to tradition, Dried Indian Creek was named from an incident when the dried-up corpse of an Indian was discovered near its course.

                                               

Drowning Bear Creek

Drowning Bear Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Conasauga River. The stream has the name of a local Cherokee Indian. Variant names are "Drownding Bear Creek" and "Bear Creek".

                                               

Dry Creek (Georgia)

Dry Creek is a stream in Catoosa County and Whitfield County, Georgia, in the United States. Dry Creek was named from the fact it runs dry in times of drought.

                                               

Duplin River

The Duplin River is an 8.1-mile-long tidal river in McIntosh County, Georgia, in the United States. It flows from north to south along the western edge of Sapelo Island into Doboy Sound, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean.

                                               

Dykes Creek

Dykes Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Etowah River. Dykes Creek was named after Dr. G. J. Dykes, a pioneer citizen. A variant name was "Dikes Creek".

                                               

Eastanollee Creek

Eastanollee Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. According to William Bright, "Eastanollee" may be a name derived from the Cherokee language meaning "shoals". Variant names were "Eastanola Creek", "Eastanolee Creek", "Eastanolla Creek" ...

                                               

Echeconnee Creek

Echeconnee Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to the Ocmulgee River. Echeconnee is a name derived from the Muskogee language meaning "deer trap creek". Many variant names have been recorded, including "Echconna Cree ...

                                               

Eightmile Creek (Georgia)

Eightmile Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary to Buckhead Creek. Eightmile Creek is approximately 8 miles 13 km long, hence the name. A variant name is "Eight Mile Creek".

                                               

Ellijay River

The Ellijay River is a 15.1-mile-long river in Georgia. It ends in the town of Ellijay at its confluence with the Cartecay River, forming the Coosawattee River.

                                               

Ellis Spring

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