Pigeon Creek

Pigeon Creek may refer to:

  • Pigeon Creek, Ohio, an unincorporate community
  • Pigeon Creek (Indiana), a creek running from Princeton, Indiana to the Ohio River in Evansville
  • Pigeon Creek (West Virginia), the main tributary of the Tug Fork (river) in Mingo County, West Virginia

Other articles related to "pigeon creek, creek":

Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial - History - Lincoln in Indiana
... in southern Indiana, settling at what was known as Little Pigeon Creek ... Most of those in Little Pigeon Creek with milk sickness became deathly ill, including Abraham's mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln ... Early on, the Lincoln family had joined the nearby Little Pigeon Creek Primitive Baptist Church, where Thomas served as a trustee and Abraham briefly as a ...
Rivers Of Indiana - Alphabetically
... Anderson River Big Blue River Big Pine Creek Black River (Owensville - New Harmony) Blue River Cedar Creek Deep River Driftwood River East Arm Little Calumet River ... Marys River Salamonie River Salt Creek Sand River Silver Creek Sugar Creek (Driftwood River) Sugar Creek (Wabash River), also called Sugar Creek, Rock ...
Virginia State Route 68 - Route Description
... at the Lee County line, which is formed by the drainage divide between Craborchard Creek to the west and Pigeon Creek to the east ... SR 68, which is named Exeter Road, descends into the valley of Pigeon Creek and passes through the communities of Exeter, Lower Exeter, and Imboden ... At Pigeon Creek's confluence with Looney Creek, where the streams enter the Powell River, SR 68 curves north across the rail line, crosses the rail line that parallels Looney ...
Pigeon Creek (Indiana)
... Pigeon Creek is a tributary of the Ohio River in southwestern Indiana ... The larger creek then turns west crossing into Vanderburgh County under Interstate 164 ... The creek has a few more tributaries join as it first heads west through Evansville's East and North Sides then south through Downtown Evansville, where it empties into the Ohio River ...

Famous quotes containing the words creek and/or pigeon:

    The only law was that enforced by the Creek Lighthorsemen and the U.S. deputy marshals who paid rare and brief visits; or the “two volumes of common law” that every man carried strapped to his thighs.
    State of Oklahoma, U.S. relief program (1935-1943)

    Suppose that humans happen to be so constructed that they desire the opportunity for freely undertaken productive work. Suppose that they want to be free from the meddling of technocrats and commissars, bankers and tycoons, mad bombers who engage in psychological tests of will with peasants defending their homes, behavioral scientists who can’t tell a pigeon from a poet, or anyone else who tries to wish freedom and dignity out of existence or beat them into oblivion.
    Noam Chomsky (b. 1928)