Indian Creek (Courtois Creek tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsIndian Creek
|Region||Iron and Washington counties|
|Main source||Iron County, Missouri
37°39′47″N 91°04′30″W / 37.66306°N 91.07500°W
|River mouth||Washington County, Missouri
270 m (890 ft)
37°45′54″N 91°04′17″W / 37.76500°N 91.07139°W
Indian Creek is a stream in Iron and Washington counties of eastern Missouri. It is a tributary of Courtois Creek.
The source is located in northern Iron County and the confluence with Courtois Creek is in southwest Washington County. The headwaters are along Missouri Route 32 just east of Bixby and the stream flows north to the east of Viburnum and into the southwest corner of Washington County to its confluence at Courtois.
Indian Creek was named for traces of Native American settlement found along its course.
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