10 Largest Rivers In The United States 

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Green River – 730 miles – The Green River flows through Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah.

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Brazos River – 840 miles – The river flows only through Texas, and it drains a very large portion of the state.

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Colorado River – 1,450 miles – The Colorado River flows through several states including Colorado, Utah, Arizona, California, and Nevada.

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Red River – 1,360 miles – Although sometimes called the Red River of the South, the name comes from the red color of the water.

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The Columbia River – 1,243 miles – flows through Oregon and Washington in the United States.

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Snake River – 1,040 miles – The Snake River has been home to Native Americans for more than 10,000 years.

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Ohio River - 981 miles - The Ohio River is a very large river that flows through Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois, and Indiana along its nearly 1,000-mile course.

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Tennessee River – The Tennessee River, more appropriately named, is a large body of water that flows through Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and Kentucky.

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Canadian River – 906 miles – The Canadian River is nowhere near Canada. It passes through Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma.

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Colorado River in Texas - 862 miles - The Colorado River in Texas is another large river that flows across a large portion of the state.

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