Longest US Rivers by state

Name the longest river in each state, whether it passes through, composes a portion of the border, or lies entirely within the portion of the state.
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First submittedDecember 29, 2015
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State
River
Alabama
Tennessee
Alaska
Yukon
Arizona
Colorado
Arkansas
Arkansas
California
Sacramento
Colorado
Arkansas
Connecticut
Housatonic
Delaware
Delaware
Florida
St. Johns
Georgia
Chattahoochee
Hawaii
Wailuku
Idaho
Snake
Illinois
Mississippi
Indiana
Wabash
Iowa
Des Moines
Kansas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Ohio
Louisiana
Mississippi
Maine
Kennebec
Maryland
Potomac
Massachusetts
Connecticut
Michigan
Grand
Minnesota
Mississippi
Mississippi
Mississippi
Missouri
Missouri
State
River
Montana
Missouri
Nebraska
Platte
Nevada
Humboldt
New Hampshire
Connecticut
New Jersey
Delaware
New Mexico
Rio Grande
New York
Hudson
North Carolina
Neuse
North Dakota
Missouri
Ohio
Ohio
Oklahoma
Red
Oregon
Columbia
Pennsylvania
Susquehanna
Rhode Island
Pawcatuck
South Carolina
Savannah
South Dakota
Missouri
Tennessee
Tennessee
Texas
Rio Grande
Utah
Green
Vermont
Connecticut
Virginia
James
Washington
Columbia
West Virginia
Ohio
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wyoming
North Platte
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Level 80
Dec 30, 2015
Wikipedia says the Green is longer than the North Platte.
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Level 48
Dec 30, 2015
not in wyoming
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Level 80
Dec 30, 2015
The St. Lawrence River is much longer than the Hudson River.
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Level 48
Dec 30, 2015
not in new york
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Level 80
Dec 30, 2015
"Columbia", not "Columbuia".
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Level 80
Dec 30, 2015
The Missouri River is much longer than the Des Moines River.
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Level 48
Dec 30, 2015
not in iowa
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Level 80
Dec 30, 2015
The Missouri River is much longer than the Platte River. Okay, I give up.
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Level 48
Dec 30, 2015
not in nebraska
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Level 67
Dec 30, 2015
You should probably clarify in your instructions that you mean the length of the portion of the river in the state, not the overall length of the river.