Red River may refer to:
Other articles related to "river, red river, rivers":
... The Seine River is a tributary of the Red River of the North that runs through southeastern Manitoba, Canada ... It is one of the four rivers of the city of Winnipeg ... Named after the well-known Seine River in France, the river rises in the Sandilands Provincial Forest near Steinbach and passes by or through the communities of Marchand, La Broquerie, Ste ...
5 April the 2nd Brigade spent the entire day crossing the Red River, and on the next day, it paraded through Hanoi on its way west to Sơn Tây ... On 8 April both brigades left Sơn Tây, marching toward the Black River, so as to approach Hưng Hóa from the south and the southeast, respectively ... regiment on ahead to seize the village of Tai Bắc on the Black River and fortify it as a base for the river crossing and subsequent march on Hưng Hóa ...
... The Red River (Cornish Dowr Koner) is a small river in north-west Cornwall, UK which issues into St Ives Bay at Godrevy on Cornwall's Atlantic coast ... The Red River is approx 8 miles (13 kilometres) long and gets its name from the mineral deposits associated with tin mining which formerly coloured ... The river's gradient is relatively steep it falls 170 metres from source to sea ...
... Little Red River can mean In the United States Little Red River (Arkansas) In Canada The Little Red River Cree Nation in Alberta Little Red River (Saskatchewan ...
... Marie) as it runs southward parallel to the flood plain of the meandering Red River ... Agathe before leaving the Red River to run directly south through a heavily agricultural area to the community of Dominion City. 3 metres from the American border, and turns west, going over the Red River, where it ends at Highway 75 ...
Famous quotes containing the words red river, river and/or red:
“Red river, red river,
Slow flow heat is silence
No will is still as a river
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)
“It is ... despair at the mutability of all created things that links the Artist and the Ascetica desire to purify and preserveto set oneself apartsomehowfrom the river flowing onward to the grave.”
—Michele Murray (19331974)
“Property as compared with humanity, as compared with the red blood in the American people, must take second place, not first place.”
—Woodrow Wilson (18561924)