a tributary of the Mississippi River that flows southeastward through northern Arkansas and southern Missouri
The White River is a 722-mile-long river that flows through the U.S. states of Arkansas and Missouri.
The White River is a two-forked river that flows through central and southern Indiana and is the main tributary to the Wabash River.
The White River is a tributary of the Green River, approximately 160 mi (257 km) long, in the U.S. states of Colorado and Utah.
The White River is a tributary of the Missouri River, 507 mi (816 km) long, in the U.S. states of Nebraska and South Dakota.
The White River is a river in Washington state in the United States which flows from its source, the Emmons Glacier on Mount Rainier, about 75 miles (121 km) to join the Puyallup River at Sumner. It defines part of the boundary between King and Pierce counties.
The White River is a tributary of the Deschutes River, approximately 50 mi (80 km) long, in north central Oregon in the United States. It drains a scenic mountainous area of the Columbia Plateau on the east side of the Cascade Range southeast of Mount Hood.
The White River is a small and discontinuous river located in southeastern Nevada, United States. Although a 200-mile-long channel can be traced from the White River to the Colorado River, it is permanently dry south of Lower Pahranagat Lake, and so the White River is typically considered part of the Great Basin. It is notable not only as the only river in the southeastern part of the Great Basin, but also for several endemic species of fish.
The White River is located in the west central portion of the Lower Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan. The White River rises from the extensive Oxford Swamp in north central Newaygo County and flows in a southwesterly direction into White Lake then into Lake Michigan, near the towns of Whitehall and Montague. The White River system drains a surface area of approximately 300,000 acres (1,200 kmÂ²) and includes about 253 miles (407 km) of streams.