Breeden Creek facts for kids
The stream headwaters arise at at an elevation of approximately 1300 feet. The headwaters are on the south flank of Keyger Mountain which rises to a peak elevation of over 1660 feet just one-half mile from source. The stream flows generally south to its confluence with Little Beaver at at an elevation of 1099 feet. The stream confluence lies approximately one quarter mile northwest of the community of Pansy at the end of Missouri Route NN.
The stream along with the old Breeden School that was adjacent to it bears the name of a local family in the area.
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