Rivers of The United States Quiz

Guess the names of these rivers illustrated on the map below.
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Last updated: July 30, 2019
First submittedMay 15, 2017
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River
Arkansas
Chattahoochee
Colorado
Columbia
Connecticut
Cumberland
River
Delaware
Gila
Green
Hudson
James
River
Klamath
Mississippi
Missouri
Mobile / Alabama /
Coosa
Ohio
River
Pecos
Platte
Potomac
Red
Rio Grande
River
Sacramento
Savannah
Snake
St. John
Susquehanna
River
Tennessee
Wabash
Willamette
Yellowstone
Yukon
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Level 72
May 16, 2017
Great!
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Level 74
May 18, 2017
I reckon 39% isn't bad for a Brit who's never travelled west of the Hudson.
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Level 43
Feb 9, 2019
I never travelled any where in the us but got some right
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Level 65
Jun 1, 2017
When in doubt, name a random state
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Level 69
Jul 11, 2017
It's an automatic 25%, so why not? :P
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Level 76
Oct 15, 2017
Needs more time!
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Level 78
Oct 15, 2017
"Way down yonder on the Chattahoochee, it gets hotter than a hoochie coochie." Thank you, Alan Jackson.
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Level 30
Oct 17, 2019
Hahaha
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Level 66
Oct 15, 2017
The Sabine River separates Texas from Louisiana and before the Republic of Texas was established it separated Mexican territory from US area. It runs through a very large reservoir, Toldeo Bend, that is a hot spot for bass fishing. The Sabine empties into the Glf of Mexico. Consider adding it.
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Level 37
Oct 15, 2017
Not bad for a fourth grader
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Level 58
Oct 16, 2017
Clearly my knowledge of US rivers isn't too great, but naming lots of states seems to help!
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Level 52
Oct 16, 2017
Add Dakota to James river choices so it is also known.
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Level 87
Jan 17, 2018
Consider adding some leeway on Susquehanna? I must have tried that a dozen times before I got it right (I think I was probably spelling it *henna.
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Level 43
Feb 9, 2019
I don't know that much river but at least i got 13
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Level 44
Feb 13, 2019
I think 12 not bad for non-American
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Level 79
Aug 1, 2019
I'm American and only got 16.
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Level 60
Aug 1, 2019
Fantastic quiz, but I wish the names would be tied to the rivers after the conclusion so that one could click a river and find out its name. Also: I think this quiz is very tied to where you're from. I got the Wabash and the Chattahoochee because I'm from Indiana and spent childhood summers in Columbus, GA.
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Level 81
Aug 1, 2019
If you place your cursor atop a river on the map the name shows up in the bottom left corner.
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Level 71
Aug 1, 2019
Nearly missed the Cumberland! Daniel Boone & Jebidiah Springfield would never have forgiven me for that.
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Level 63
Aug 2, 2019
I've heard of the Cumberland Gap before but I never knew it was the name of a river too
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Level 81
Aug 6, 2019
Why is there a picture of Portland Head Light for rivers? It's a mile or 2 below the mouth of the Presumpscott "River" which is a ditch that widens out into the harbor.
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Level 66
Dec 31, 2019
Had a heart attack trying to spell "Schuylkill River", then finally realized it was the Susquehanna.
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Level 50
Feb 6, 2020
Being from North Dakota, I had an advantage at naming the James River. Fun fact: North Dakota and Virginia each have a river called the James River that flows through a city called Jamestown.