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Rivers

  • The Wabash is the largest of the Indiana rivers. It flows from the borders of western Ohio across northern Indiana from east to west before heading south along the border between Indiana and Illino...

  • The Iroquois River in Indiana is a slow, winding river with muddy waters that flow nearly 100 miles through the rich farmland that was covered in swamps and bogs until around 1850. The area has since ...
  • The Driftwood River in Indiana is born in the confluence of the Big Blue River and Sugar Creek and flows to the East Fork of the White River near the city of Columbus. Much of its16-mile path takes it...