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How many upstream rivers does the US have?


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May 13, 2012 1:47PM

Every river in the U.S. has an upstream and a downstream.

If you're looking for rivers that run northbound, this is the list:

The Red River - Minnesota and Dakota.

The St. John River - Jacksonville, FL.

The Saginaw River - Michigan.

The Shiawasee River - Michigan. (slightly easterly)

The Kishwaukee River - Illinois.

The Monongahela River - WVA and PA.

The Youghiogheny River - WVA and PA.

The Willamette River - Oregon.

The Maumee River.

The Little Big Horn River - Montana.

Jordan River - Utah

Mojave River - Southern California

Tennessee River - Kentucky-Tennessee

Cumberland River - Kentucky-Tennessee

Reese River (spring only) - Nevada