Savannah River, a river in the southeastern United States, forming most of the Georgia-South Carolina boundary. From Hartwell Lake it flows southeastward for about 314 miles (505 km) to the Atlantic Ocean. Savannah and Augusta, both in Georgia, are the principal cities on the river. J. Strom Thurmond Dam, upstream from Augusta, impounds a second large reservoir. Both Hartwell and J. Strom Thurmond dams are important for flood control and the generation of hydroelectric power. The river is navigable for oceangoing vessels to Savannah and for small craft to Augusta.
Think New York City is the state capital of New York? Then you may have a bit of trouble with this state capitals quiz. Give it a shot and learn a little something along the way. (The state capital of New York is Albany, by the way.)
Missouri River, one of the largest rivers in North America and a chief tributary of the Mississippi.