Mississippi River System

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Mississippi River Headwaters, No-Name Trail, Lake Itasca, Clearwater County, Minnesota, 56480, USA

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Description Mississippi River System

The Mississippi River System, also referred to as the Western Rivers, is a mostly riverine network of the United States which includes the Mississippi River and connecting waterways. The Mississippi River is the largest drainage basin in the United States. In the United States, the Mississippi drains about forty-one percent of the country's rivers.From the perspective of natural geography and hydrology, the system consists of the Mississippi River itself and its numerous natural tributaries and

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