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Williamson Swamp Creek

Williamson swamp Creek 52.4-kilometer tributary of the river Ogichi in the U.S. state of Georgia. Grows in Northwest Washington, 12 miles North of Sandersville, it flows South-East past Davisboro and is in Jefferson County, ending at the river Og ...

                                               

Wilmington River (Georgia)

The Wilmington river is a 17.3-km-long tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It was originally called St. Augustine Creek. A stream with the same name to the North-West of downtown Savannah. The river flows through Wilmington Chatham County a ...

                                               

Wolf Creek (Rocky Creek tributary)

Wolf Creek-a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It flows into rocky Creek. Wolf Creek was probably named by surveyor wolves in the area.

                                               

Worse Creek

Worse Creek-a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary of the Chattooga. Worse, the Creek was so named on account of the rough terrain near its course, MV. near bad Creek.

                                               

Yates Spring

                                               

Yellow River (Georgia)

The yellow river is a 76-km-long tributary of the Ocmulgee river in the U.S. state of Georgia. The river rises North of lawrenceville in GWINNETT County and flows South through the outer Eastern suburbs of Atlanta, passing through the Eastern cor ...

                                               

Yellowdirt Creek

Yellowdirt Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary of the Chattahoochee river. The name Brooks is an accurate preservation of the native language Muscogee word Ikanlanihachi means "yellow dirt". The names were "yellow di ...

                                               

Young Deer Creek

Young deer Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary of the Chattahoochee river. Young deer Creek, most likely named after a local Cherokee Indians. Name option - "young deer Creek."

                                               

Youngcane Creek

Youngcane Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Georgia. The Creek was named in honor of the young cane, the son of a long cane, the leader of the Cherokee. The names of "pine log Creek and young cane Creek."

                                               

Bayou de Chien

The Bahia de Shyan is a stream in the U.S. state of Kentucky. The Bahia de Shyan-this name comes from the French, meaning "dog Creek". The prehistoric site of Adams on the shores of the baie de Shyan.

                                               

Bear Creek (Red Bird River tributary)

Bear Creek stream in the County of clay, in the U.S. state of Kentucky. It is a tributary of the Red bird. Bear Creek got its name after a bear was shot there, according to local history.

                                               

Beaver Creek (Kentucky)

Beaver Creek-the Creek in Floyd County, Kentucky, in the United States. Some of the first white visitors to the Floyd County is located on beaver Creek in 1775.

                                               

Beefhide Creek

Beefhide Creek is a stream in Letcher and pike counties of the U.S. state of Kentucky. Traditionally, the Creek got its name from an early incident in which the cows skin hung out to dry near their shores.

                                               

Betty Troublesome Creek

Betty troublesome Creek-a stream in the County of Knox, state of Kentucky, in the United States. The name Betty troublesome difference "aunt Betty", a woman who was the first settler in the area.

                                               

Blackberry Creek (Kentucky)

BlackBerry Creek is a stream in pike County, Kentucky, in the United States. It is a tributary of the tug fork, of the Big Sandy river and thus the Ohio river watershed. BlackBerry Creek was named from BlackBerry bushes near their shores.

                                               

Broke Leg Creek

Broke leg Creek is a stream and waterfall in Morgan and Menifee counties in Kentucky. Originally established as a State Park in the early 1960s, the 14-acre abandoned by the state in connection with a decrease in visitors and traffic. Private own ...

                                               

Clear Creek (Kentucky)

Clear Creek is a Creek in bell County, Kentucky, in the United States. It is a tributary of the Cumberland river. Water clear Creek has been said to hold healing qualities.

                                               

Clear Fork (Cumberland River tributary)

Clear fork is a 42.8-kilometer tributary of the Cumberland river in Kentucky and Tennessee. Rivers, the Cumberland and the Ohio, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi river. The clear fork rises in the County of bell, Kentucky, to the No ...

                                               

Clover Fork (Cumberland River tributary)

The Clover fork is located 30 km tributary of the Cumberland river, draining part of the Appalachian mountains in Harlan County, Kentucky, in the southeastern United States. River confluence of Martins Fork at Harlan marks the official beginning ...

                                               

Collins Fork

                                               

Cruises Creek

Cruises Creek is a stream in Boone and Kenton County, Kentucky, in the United States. It is a tributary of the licking river. Cruise the Creek was named after captain cruise, the Explorer who was killed near the Creek in 1784.

                                               

Defeated Creek (Knott County, Kentucky)

                                               

Defeated Creek (Letcher County, Kentucky)

Defeated Creek is a stream in the County of Letcher, state of Kentucky, in the United States. According to legend, defeated the Creek was so named when a pioneer hunters were robbed of their fur pelts by the Indians on the site.

                                               

Devils Branch (Knox Creek tributary)

Branch devils stream in the County of Buchanan, Virginia and pike County, Kentucky. A branch of the devils was called by the name of Devil Anse Hatfield, the figure in the Hatfield–McCoy feud.

                                               

Dix River

The Dix river is a 79.3-mile tributary of the Kentucky river in Central Kentucky in the United States. It begins in Western Rockcastle County, about 5 miles 8 km West of mount Vernon. It flows mainly North-West, in tight turns, passing to the Nor ...

                                               

Dreaming Creek (Kentucky)

Dream Creek is a stream in Madison County, Kentucky, in the United States. According to legend, had a Creek was named on account of the dream of Daniel Boone.

                                               

Drennon Creek

Drennon Creek is a stream in Henry County, Kentucky, in the United States. It is a tributary of the river Kentucky. Drennon Creek was named for Jacob Drennon, who explored the area in 1770-ies.

                                               

Dry Creek (Kentucky)

Dry Creek is a stream in Boone and Kenton County, Kentucky, in the United States. Its a tributary of the Ohio river. Dry Creek was so named from low water levels during dry weather. A large plant for wastewater treatment works in dry Creek since ...

                                               

Elijahs Creek

                                               

Goose Creek (Oneida, Kentucky)

                                               

Hickman Creek

Hickman Creek is a 25.5-km-long tributary of the Kentucky river, flowing through Jessamine County, Kentucky. Through rivers of Kentucky and Ohio, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi river. Hickman Creek is currently ranked No. 11 of to ...

                                               

Laurel River

Laurel river 42 km long tributary of the Cumberland river in southeastern Kentucky in the United States. The river drains a rural location in the foothills of the Appalachians, in parts of Whitley and Laurel counties. Corbin is on the river about ...

                                               

Lawrence Creek (Kentucky)

Lawrence Creek is a stream in the County of Mason, Kentucky in the United States. Its a tributary of the Ohio river. Lawrence Creek was named Darnall Lawrence is a member of the society of researchers in the area in the 1770-ies.

                                               

Little Kentucky River

Little Kentucky river is a tributary of the Ohio river, about 37 miles long, in Northern Kentucky in the United States. It rises in southwestern Henry County, approximately 30 miles 48 km North-East of the city of Louisville. It should, of course ...

                                               

Martins Fork (Cumberland River tributary)

Martins fork is located 32 km of the river in bell and Harlan County Kentucky in the United States. The river flows East and North from its source in the Cumberland mountains, a subrange of the Appalachians, in its merger with Clover fork at Harl ...

                                               

Massac Creek (Kentucky)

Massac Creek is a small stream found in the County of McCracken, Kentucky, heading West Paducah. This is considered a big shout out to kayak, fish and swim. The Creek runs for 15.5 miles. Massac Creek received its name from the County of Massac, ...

                                               

No Business Branch

No business branch is a stream in the U.S. state of Kentucky. Without industry the business was named moonshiners as a warning to potential visitors they have "no business" there.

                                               

Nolin River

The Nolin river is a 104-kilometer tributary of the green river in Central Kentucky in the United States. Through the green river and Ohio, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi river. According to legend, the Nolin river was so named wh ...

                                               

Norton Branch (Kentucky)

Norton branch is a stream in the County of Carter of the U.S. state of Kentucky. It is a tributary of Williams Creek. Norton branch takes its name from Colonel E. M. Norton, the owner of the local Norton iron works.

                                               

Paint Creek (Johnson County, Kentucky)

Paint Creek is a 20.1-kilometer tributary of the levisa fork in County, Kentucky. The stream formed at the confluence of little paint and open fork creeks. It is named for the colorful Adena Indian ideographs that were painted on white birch tree ...

                                               

Pond River

River pond 90.8 km long tributary of the green river in Western Kentucky in the United States. Through the green river and Ohio, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi river. Pond river rises in the Central Todd County and flows generally ...

                                               

Poor Fork (Cumberland River tributary)

Poor fork is 45 km tributary of the Cumberland river in Letcher and Harlan counties, southeastern Kentucky, in the United States. The river flows from its source in flat gap in the Appalachian mountains on the Kentucky–Virginia border, generally ...

                                               

Red Bird River

The Red bird river is a tributary of the South Fork, Kentucky, located in the National forest Daniel Boone in the extreme South-Eastern part of the U.S. state of Kentucky. It is 34.3 kilometers and drains an area of 195.7 square miles. The Red bi ...

                                               

Robinson Creek (Shelby Creek tributary)

Robinson Creek is a stream located in pike County, Kentucky. It is a tributary of Shelby Creek. Robinson Creek and named Joseph Robinson, who settled near him.

                                               

Rockcastle River

The Rockcastle river is a 54.8 km of the river in the first place, in the County of Rockcastle, Kentucky, United States of America. It is a tributary of the Cumberland river and therefore, via the Ohio river, part of Mississippi river watershed. ...

                                               

Rocky Branch (Kennedy Creek tributary)

Rocky branch is a stream in Wayne County, Kentucky. It is a tributary of Kennedy Creek. Rocky branch was named in his field to the rocks.

                                               

Rough River

Rough river is a 156-kilometer tributary of the green river in West-Central Kentucky in the United States. Through the green river and Ohio, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi river. According to the information system of geographical ...

                                               

Roundstone Creek

Roundstone Creek is a stream located entirely within Rockcastle County, Kentucky. Roundstone Creek was descriptively named for the circle in its course stones.

                                               

Rowdy Branch

The brawler branch of the stream is entirely within Perry County, Kentucky. According to tradition, the brawler branch was so named on account of the "violent" settlers who lived near him.

                                               

Shaker Creek (Kentucky)

Shaker Creek is a stream in Kentucky. It is a tributary of the river Kentucky. Shaker Creek was named after the shakers, who settled near him. Name option - "plug shaker".

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