Tributary at Salt River and Mississippi River

Tributary at Salt River and Mississippi River

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A tributary is where a small river or stream flows into a much larger body of water such as a large river or lake. The Salt River is a tributary of the Mississippi River that sits just north of Louisiana, Missouri. The Salt River Tributary joins the Mississippi River at the southern end of the Ted Shanks Wildlife Conservation Area. The Salt River begins in Monroe County, Missouri, at the Mark Twain Lake which was formed by the Clarence Cannon Dam.

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