Republican River facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsRepublican River
The Republican River near Riverton, Nebraska
Map of the Kansas River drainage basin showing the Republican River
|Other name(s)||Forche des Republiques,
Coster Blanches, Ki-ra-ru-tah, Mahohevaohe
|River mouth||Kansas River
Junction City, Kansas
1,043 ft (318 m)
39°03′36″N 98°48′05″W / 39.06000°N 98.80139°W
|Length||453 mi (729 km)|
|Basin size||24,900 sq mi (64,000 km2)|
The Republican River is a river in the central Great Plains area of North America. It starts in the High Plains of eastern Colorado, and it goes east 453 miles (729 km) through the U.S. states of Nebraska and Kansas.
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June 24, 1947, flood of the Republican River near Hardy, Nebraska and Webber, Kansas.
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