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Prairie River (Big Sandy Lake)

The Prairie River is a river of Minnesota. The river is located in northern Minnesota, in northeast Aitkin County and southwest Saint Louis County. Prairie River is the English translation of the native Ojibwe language name.

                                               

Range River

                                               

Rapid River (Little Fork River tributary)

                                               

Rapid River (Rainy River tributary)

                                               

Rat Root River

                                               

Red River (St. Louis River tributary)

                                               

Reservation River

The Reservation River is a river of Minnesota. It lies in the far northeast corner of the state, near the border with Canada. It flows 6.9 miles from Swamp Lake on the western edge of the Grand Portage Indian Reservation south to Lake Superior.

                                               

Rhine Creek (Minnesota)

                                               

Rice Creek (Elk River)

Rice Creek is a stream in Sherburne County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is a tributary of the Elk River. Rice Creek was named for the wild rice along its course.

                                               

Rice River (Big Fork River tributary)

                                               

Rice River (Little Fork River tributary)

                                               

Robert Creek (Minnesota)

                                               

Sand River (Pike River tributary)

                                               

Sand River (Stony River tributary)

                                               

Sawbill Creek

The Sawbill Creek is a 4.7-mile-long stream in northeastern Minnesota, the United States. It rises at the outlet of Sawbill Lake and is a tributary of the Temperance River.

                                               

Sea Gull River

                                               

Seelye Brook

                                               

Shagawa River

                                               

Shannon River (Minnesota)

                                               

Six Mile Creek (Minnesota)

Six Mile Creek drains a large area south and west of Lake Minnetonka, in Hennepin and Carver Counties, Minnesota, United States. It ends on the western shore of Halsteads Bay, the westernmost bay of Lake Minnetonka. It runs through mostly agricul ...

                                               

Skunk Creek (Gooseberry River tributary)

                                               

Snake River (Isabella River tributary)

                                               

South Kawishiwi River

                                               

Spencer Brook (Minnesota)

Spencer Brook is a stream in Isanti County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Spencer Brook was named for Judge Benjamin Nicholson Spencer 1806-1881 from Pennsylvania, an early settler.

                                               

Split Hand Creek

Split Hand Creek is a stream in Itasca County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Split Hand Creek is the English translation of the native Ojibwe-language name; the name has also been translated as "cut hand".

                                               

Split Rock River (Kettle River)

The Split Rock River is a 20.4-mile-long tributary of the Kettle River in eastern Minnesota, United States. It begins at the outlet of Split Rock Lake in eastern Aitkin County and flows east into Carlton County, reaching the Kettle River 4 miles ...

                                               

Stanchfield Creek

                                               

Steamboat River (Cass County, Minnesota)

The Steamboat River is a stream in Cass County, Minnesota, in the United States. The Steamboat River was so named from the fact steamboats navigated this stream.

                                               

Stewart River (Minnesota)

Stewart River is a stream in Lake County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Stewart River was named for John Stewart, a pioneer who settled near the river in the 1850s.

                                               

Stony River (Minnesota)

                                               

Stuart River (Minnesota)

                                               

Stump River

The Stump River is a 14.2-mile-long tributary of the Pigeon River in Minnesota, United States. It flows through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of Superior National Forest.

                                               

Sturgeon River (Big Fork River)

The Sturgeon River is a river of Minnesota, located in Koochiching County near Big Falls. Sturgeon River was named for its lake sturgeon.

                                               

Sturgeon River (Little Fork River)

The Sturgeon River is a river of Minnesota, United States, located in Saint Louis County. It flows through Sturgeon Township and French Township, north of Chisholm and Hibbing. Sturgeon River was so named for its stock of rock sturgeon fish.

                                               

Sunrise River

The Sunrise River is a 39.1-mile-long tributary of the St. Croix River in east–central Minnesota in the United States. It is formed at the city of Forest Lake in Washington County at the outlet of Forest Lake. The river flows north, accepting the ...

                                               

Swift River (Minnesota)

                                               

Tait River

                                               

Talmadge River

The Talmadge River is a 6.0-mile-long river in southern Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. It flows through Lakewood Township into Lake Superior, just north of the city of Duluth. Talmadge River bears the name of Josiah Talmadge, a pio ...

                                               

Tamarack River (Minnesota)

The Tamarack River is a river in Aitkin and Carlton counties, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The river flows into the Prairie River, which then flows into the Big Sandy Lake. Tamarack River was named from growth of tamarack along its banks.

                                               

Tibbits Brook

                                               

Tischer Creek

Tischer Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It empties into Lake Superior in the city of Duluth on the grounds of the Glensheen Historic Estate. Its waters supply a 60.000 gallon reservoir and are used to maintain the grounds of the ...

                                               

Trout Brook (Ramsey County, Minnesota)

                                               

Tucker River

                                               

Turtle River (Bowstring River tributary)

                                               

Two Island River

The Two Island River is a 15.0-mile-long river in northeastern Minnesota, the United States. It flows into Lake Superior at Taconite Harbor. Two Island River was named for the two lake islands near its mouth.

                                               

Upper Tamarack River

The Upper Tamarack River is a 31.0-mile-long tributary of the St. Croix River in Wisconsin and Minnesota, United States. The Lower Tamarack River is a separate stream also flowing into the St. Croix River several miles downstream from the mouth o ...

                                               

Us-kab-wan-ka River

Us-kab-wan-ka River, also known as the Ush-kab-wan River, is a small tributary of the Cloquet River in northeast Minnesota in the United States. It is approximately 19.7 miles long. Along with its tributaries, the Us-kab-wan-ka drains an area of ...

                                               

Vermilion River (Minnesota)

The Vermilion River is located in Saint Louis County of northeast Minnesota, flowing between Crane Lake and Dago Bay of Lake Vermilion near Vermilion Dam. The Vermilion Rivers width varies considerably, being the size of a large creek in places a ...

                                               

Vern River

The Vern River is a 4.0-mile-long stream in northern Minnesota, the United States. It is a tributary of the Temperance River and flows entirely within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of Superior National Forest.

                                               

West Savanna River

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