Wind River

Wind River may refer to:

One of several rivers in the United States:

  • Wind River (Wyoming)
  • Wind River (northern Alaska), a designated National Wild and Scenic River
  • Wind River (southern Alaska), called in Inuit Gui-guok-lok
  • Wind River (Colorado)
  • Wind River (Idaho)
  • Wind River (Oregon)
  • Wind River (Texas)
  • Wind River (Washington)
  • Wind River (Wisconsin)

Wind River may also refer to:

  • Wind River Experimental Forest in Washington
  • Wind River (film), a 1998 Western movie starring A. Martinez and Karen Allen
  • Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming
  • the Wind River Range of Wyoming (sometimes called "The Wind Rivers")
  • Wind River Systems, an embedded systems software company (now owned by Intel)
  • Wind River (Yukon)

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Crow Nation - History - Tribal Territory
... National Park and the headwaters of the Yellowstone River (E-chee-dick-karsh-ah-shay—"Elk River") in the west, north to the Musselshell River, then northeast to the Yellowstone's ... Their tribal area included the river valleys of the Judith River (Buluhpa'ashe—"Plum River"), Powder River, Tongue River, Big Horn River and Wind River as well as the ... present-day Wyoming-Montana border along the Upper Yellowstone River, in the Big Horn and Absaroka Range (also Absalaga Mountains) with the Black Hills ...
General EXecutive - History
... Wind River created VxWorks to turn the VRTX kernel into a full embedded operating system and development environment ... Initially, Wind River had an agreement to sell VRTX with VxWorks ... However, in 1987, anticipating the termination of its reseller contract, Wind River developed its own kernel (written by an intern named John Fogelin) to replace VRTX within VxWorks ...
Sports In Wyoming - Geography - Mountain Ranges
... range from the summit of Gannett Peak in the Wind River Mountain Range, at 13,804 feet (4,207 m), to the Belle Fourche River valley in the state’s northeast corner, at 3,125 feet (953 m) ... In the northwest are the Absaroka, Owl Creek, Gros Ventre, Wind River and the Teton ranges ... The Wind River Range in the west central part of the state is remote and includes more than 40 mountain peaks in excess of 13,000 ft (4,000 m) tall in addition to Gannett Peak, the highest peak in the ...
List Of Rivers Of The United States: W - Wi
... Wichita River - Texas Wicomico River - Maryland (Chesapeake Bay) Wicomico River - Maryland (Potomac River) Wild River - New Hampshire and Maine Wild Ammonoosuc River - New ... Croix River tributary) Willow River - Wisconsin (Tomahawk River tributary) Wills Creek - Ohio Wills Creek - Pennsylvania, Maryland Wilson River - Oregon Wind River - Alaska Wind ...
Boysen Reservoir
... Boysen Reservoir is a reservoir formed by Boysen Dam, an earth-fill dam on the Wind River in the central part of the U.S ... The dam was constructed between 1947 and 1952 at the mouth of Wind River Canyon, just upstream from a previous dam that had been built by Asmus Boysen in 1908 on land he had ... The dam and much of the reservoir are physically located on the Wind River Indian Reservation ...

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