Devils River

Devils River is the name of several rivers. These include:

  • Devil's River, Bulgaria
  • Devils River (Jamaica)
  • Devils River (Michigan)
  • Devils River (Texas)
  • Devils River (Wisconsin)

Other articles related to "devils, devils river, river":

Val Verde County, Texas - History Timeline
... Sosa leads a mining expedition of 170 who pass through Devils Draw ... He refers to a stream by the name of Laxas, which is believed Devils River ... Miguel de la Garza Falcón leads 100 soldiers along the Devils River in pursuit of Apaches ...
Devil's River Minnow - Anthropogenic Effects
... The Devils River Minnow depends on clean, constantly flowing spring waters in order to survive ... the overall quantity and length of the Devils River to dramatically decline ... Geological Survey (USGS) data from the Paffords Crossing gauging station on the Devils River, the daily mean discharge has “generally decreased between 1978 ...
Devils River (Texas)
... The Devils River is a pristine, whitewater river in southwestern Texas, part of the Rio Grande drainage basin ... / 30.32778°N 100.94194°W / 30.32778 -100.94194, where six watercourses come together, Dry Devils River, Granger Draw, House Draw, Jackson, Flat Rock Draw, and Rough Canyon ... The discharge of the Devils River, as measured at IBWC gaging station 08-4494.00 near the river's mouth, averages 362 cubic feet per second (10.3 m3/s), with a maximum of 122,895 cubic feet per second (3,480 m3/s ...
List Of Rivers Of The United States: D - De - Di
... Dead River - several in Florida Dead River - Maine Dead River - New Hampshire Dead River - New Jersey Dead Diamond River - New Hampshire Dead Moose River - Minnesota Dearborn River - Montana Deep River - North ...

Famous quotes containing the words river and/or devils:

    Sitting in that dusky wilderness, under that dark mountain, by the bright river which was full of reflected light, still I heard the wood thrush sing, as if no higher civilization could be attained. By this time the night was upon us.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Divinity of hell!
    When devils will the blackest sins put on,
    They do suggest at first with heavenly shows,
    As I do now.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)