Missouri River

  1. the longest river in the United States; arises in Montana and flows southeastward to become a tributary of the Mississippi at Saint Louis
    The Missouri and Mississippi Rivers together form the third longest river in the world
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How To Use Missouri River In A Sentence

  • The gothic erosional landscape of the Little Missouri Badlands formed when the Little Missouri River was diverted along a steeper course by Pleistocene glaciers. Ecoregions of North Dakota and South Dakota (EPA)
  • Engages Lapage, assures us that he Saw them in the Black hills where the Little Missouri river passes them, and that they were in every respect like our domestic Sheep, and like them the mail had lunated horns bent backwards and twisted. The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806
  • A city of northeast Kansas on the Missouri River adjacent to Kansas City, Missouri.
  • For the first decades of the nineteenth century, the Lakotas raised their tepees along the Missouri River and its tributaries as far west as the Black Hills.
  • Two weeks ago, the farm was being hayed and the Missouri River was a comfortable half-mile away. Farms battle for survival against Mo. River flooding
  • From that location, they could see to the north twenty miles to the Crow Creek diggings (present-day Radersburg) just west of the Missouri River.
  • He went on to note that the Flatheads, possessing large numbers of horses and lacking buffalo, traveled long distances to the forks of the Missouri River every fall to hunt.
  • On May 21, 1804, under a threatening sky, blusterous winds, and later, hard rain, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark and 43 men left the town of St. Charles, Missouri on the north bank of the Missouri River.
  • Early in the eighteenth century they started becoming closely associated with sedentary village tribes of the upper Missouri River, namely The Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara. Cheyenne ��� a story from the Great Plains-- part 1
  • In 1884, near the three forks of the Missouri River, Bridgeville, Montana Territory, became an English colony almost overnight.
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