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Stevens Creek (Illinois)

Stevens Creek is a stream in Macon County, Illinois, United States. A tributary of the Sangamon River, it originates in the northern part of the county, flowing southward through portions of the cities of Forsyth and Decatur before emptying into ...

                                               

Big Creek (Kansas)

Big Creek is a 221-mile stream in the central Great Plains of North America. It is a tributary of the Smoky Hill River, and the entirety of its length lies in the U.S. state of Kansas.

                                               

Canville Creek

Canville Creek is a stream in Neosho County, Kansas and Allen County, Kansas, in the United States. Canville Creek was named for A. B. Canville, who settled near its banks in 1847.

                                               

Cedar Creek (Kansas)

                                               

Chambers Branch

                                               

Chetopa Creek

Chetopa Creek is a stream in Wilson County, Kansas and Neosho County, Kansas, in the United States. The Osage Indians made settlement near Chetopa Creek. Chetopa was the name of an Osage chief.

                                               

Coldwater Creek (South Grand River)

Coldwater Creek is a stream in Miami County, Kansas and Cass County, Missouri in the United States. It is a tributary of the South Fork of the South Grand River. The stream headwaters arise in eastern Kansas just over one mile west of the Kansas- ...

                                               

Deer Creek (Neosho River)

Deer Creek is a stream in Allen County, Kansas and Anderson County, Kansas, in the United States. It is a tributary of the Neosho River. Deer Creek was named from an abundance of deer along its banks.

                                               

Dry Wood Creek

Dry Wood Creek is a stream in Bourbon County, Kansas and Vernon County, Missouri. Dry Wood Creek was named for the dried-out wood that burned there during a period of drought, according to local history. The Battle of Dry Wood Creek was fought on ...

                                               

Elk Creek (Kansas)

                                               

Fish Creek (Kansas)

                                               

Fourmile Creek (Neosho River tributary)

Fourmile Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Kansas. It is a tributary to the Neosho River. Fourmile Creek was so named on account of its distance, 4 miles 6.4 km miles from Council Grove.

                                               

Harless Creek

                                               

Haun Creek

Haun Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Kansas. It is a tributary to the Neosho River. Haun Creek was named after Reverend A. Haun, a pioneer citizen.

                                               

Henry Creek

                                               

Indian Creek (Blue River)

Indian Creek is a stream in the U.S. states of Kansas and Missouri. It is a tributary of the Blue River. Indian Creek was named for the Indians who once passed through the area.

                                               

Indian Creek (Little Osage River)

Indian Creek is a stream in Bourbon and Linn counties, in the U.S. state of Kansas. Indian Creek was named from the fact an Indian settlement stood near its mouth.

                                               

Indian Creek (Neosho River tributary)

Indian Creek is a stream in Allen County, Kansas, and Anderson County, Kansas, in the United States. It is a tributary of the Neosho River. Indian Creek was so named due to an early settler finding a fresh Native American grave on its banks.

                                               

Irish Creek (Kansas)

Irish Creek is a stream in Bourbon and Linn counties, in the U.S. state of Kansas. A large share of the first settlers being of Irish ancestry caused the name to be selected.

                                               

Lath Branch

Lath Branch is a stream in Bourbon County, Kansas, in the United States. Lath Branch was named from the fact a pioneer craftsman produced lath near this creek.

                                               

Limestone Creek (Kansas)

Limestone Creek is a stream in Bourbon and Allen counties, in the U.S. state of Kansas. The creek was named from the limestone outcroppings along this stream. Limestone Creek enters the Little Osage River southeast of Xenia, in Bourbon County.

                                               

Little Arkansas River

The Little Arkansas River is a river in the central Great Plains of North America. A tributary of the Arkansas River, its entire 123-mile length lies within the American state of Kansas.

                                               

Little Osage River

The Little Osage River is an 88-mile-long tributary of the Osage River in eastern Kansas and western Missouri in the United States. Via the Osage and Missouri rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. The name was derived from ...

                                               

Lost Creek (Kansas)

Lost Creek is a stream in Bourbon and Linn counties, in the U.S. state of Kansas. Lost Creek was named from the fact it is a losing stream in dry weather.

                                               

Marmaton River

The Marmaton River is a 102-mile-long tributary of the Little Osage River in southeastern Kansas and western Missouri in the United States. Via the Little Osage, Osage and Missouri rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River.

                                               

Moores Branch

                                               

Ninnescah River

The Ninnescah River is a river in the central Great Plains of North America. Its entire 56.4-mile length lies within the U.S. state of Kansas. It is a tributary of the Arkansas River.

                                               

North Fork Ninnescah River

The North Fork Ninnescah River is a river in the central Great Plains of North America. Its entire length lies within the U.S. state of Kansas. It is a tributary of the Ninnescah River.

                                               

Opossum Creek (Little Osage River)

Opossum Creek is a stream in Bourbon and Linn counties, in the U.S. state of Kansas. It is a tributary of the Little Osage River. Opossum Creek was named for the great number of opossums trapped there by first settlers.

                                               

Paint Creek (Kansas)

Paint Creek is a stream in Bourbon County, Kansas, in the United States. Paint Creek was named from the fact Native Americans used ochre in this creek as body paint.

                                               

Pawnee River

The Pawnee River or Pawnee Fork is a river in western Kansas in the United States, about 198 miles long. It is a tributary of the Arkansas River, which in turn is a branch of the Mississippi River. It rises in northwestern Gray County at an eleva ...

                                               

Rattlesnake Creek (Kansas)

Rattlesnake Creek is an approximately 95 mile stream that is a tributary to the Arkansas River in central Kansas. The head of the stream is in northern Kiowa County and it flows northeast through Edwards and Stafford Counties before converging wi ...

                                               

Robinson Branch (Kansas)

                                               

Sappa Creek

Sappa Creek is a stream in the central Great Plains of North America. A tributary of the Republican River, it flows for 150 miles through the American states of Kansas and Nebraska.

                                               

Shiloh Creek

Shiloh Branch is a stream in Bourbon County, Kansas and Vernon County, Missouri. The stream is a tributary to the Marmaton River. The headwaters arise in Kansas northeast of the community of Hammond at 37°57′15″N 94°40′21″W and the confluence wit ...

                                               

South Fork Ninnescah River

The South Fork Ninnescah River is a river in the central Great Plains of North America. Its entire length lies within the U.S. state of Kansas. It is a tributary of the Ninnescah River.

                                               

Spillman Creek

                                               

Turkey Creek (Spring River)

Turkey Creek is a stream in Jasper and Newton counties of southwest Missouri and Cherokee county of southeastern Kansas in the United States. It is a tributary of the Spring River. The stream headwaters arise in Newton County at 37°01′03″N 94°23′ ...

                                               

Vegetarian Creek

Vegetarian Creek is a stream in Allen and Neosho counties, Kansas in the United States. Vegetarian Creek was named in memory of Octagon City, a colony of vegetarians in the 1850s.

                                               

Walnut Creek (Marais des Cygnes River)

Walnut Creek is a stream in Linn County, Kansas and Bates County, Missouri in the United States. It is a tributary of the Marais des Cygnes River. Walnut Creek was named for the black walnut timber along its course.

                                               

Whitewater River (Kansas)

The Whitewater River is a 62-mile-long tributary of the Walnut River in southern Kansas in the United States. Via the Walnut and Arkansas Rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. According to the Geographic Names Information ...

                                               

Wildcat Creek (Munkers Creek tributary)

Wildcat Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Kansas. It is a tributary to Munkers Creek. Wildcat Creek was named for the wildcats which once were abounded in the area.

                                               

Wolf River (Kansas)

The Wolf River is a 45.7-mile-long tributary of the Missouri River in northeastern Kansas in the United States, draining an area of 247.8 square miles in the Dissected Till Plains region. It rises in Brown County, approximately 3 miles 4.8 km nor ...

                                               

Wolfpen Creek (Kansas)

Wolfpen Creek is a stream in Bourbon and Allen counties, in the U.S. state of Kansas. Wolfpen Creek was named for the great number of wolves seen there by early settlers.

                                               

Wolverine Creek

                                               

Au Train River

The Au Train River is a 16.8-mile-long river in Au Train Township, Alger County, Michigan. It rises at the outlet of Cleveland Cliffs Basin, a reservoir, and flows north, passing through Au Train Lake, and entering Lake Superior at the village of ...

                                               

Bad River (Michigan)

The Bad River is a 44.3-mile-long river in Michigan. It rises in Newark Township near the city of Ithaca in Gratiot County and flows in a north-easterly direction into Saginaw County, and through the village of St. Charles, before emptying into t ...

                                               

Baltimore River

The Baltimore River is a 33.6-mile-long river in Michigan. It originates in Ontonagon County and flows into the Middle Branch of the Ontonagon River and thence into Lake Superior. The O Kun de Kun Falls are located on the river.

                                               

Bark River (Michigan)

Bark River is a 23.7-mile-long river on the Upper Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan. The river flows into Green Bay on Lake Michigan in Ford River Township about 15 miles southwest of Escanaba at 45°34′22″N 87°14′34″W. The Bark River rises ...

                                               

Bass River (Michigan)

The Bass River is a 3.6-mile-long stream in Ottawa County, Michigan. It flows into the Grand River and thence into Lake Michigan. At the Bass Rivers Grand River mouth is the Bass River State Recreation Area.

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