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For the Little Black River in Cheboygan County, see Little Black River (Cheboygan County).
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Little Black River
Country United States
Physical characteristics
Main source Bessemer Township, Michigan
River mouth north of Ramsay, Michigan

The Little Black River is a 19.6-mile-long (31.5 km) stream in Gogebic County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It rises in Bessemer Township at 46°21′23″N 89°53′09″W / 46.35639°N 89.88583°W / 46.35639; -89.88583 (Little Black River (source))} and flows mostly north to Sunday Lake in Wakefield, then westward for approximately a mile before emptying into the Black River at 46°29′18″N 89°59′49″W / 46.48833°N 89.99694°W / 46.48833; -89.99694 (Little Black River (mouth)), just north of Ramsay. The water is approximately 14 inches (360 mm) deep.

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