Definition of Little Wabash
1. Noun. A river in eastern Illinois that flows southeastward to the Wabash River.
Group relationships: Il, Illinois, Land Of Lincoln, Prairie State
Generic synonyms: River
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Literary usage of Little Wabash
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1. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1914)
"On the right bank are Little Eel, Tippecanoe, Big and Little Vermillion, Embarras and the Little Wabash rivers. The larger creeks are Crooked, Indiana, ..."
2. Engineering and Legal Aspects of Land Drainage in Illinois by George Wellington Pickels, Frank Bonner Leonard (1921)
"The Little Wabash River has its source in Coles County and flows ... The Little Wabash valley has been subject to frequent overflows as far back as any ..."
3. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1882)
"Etna, and near the upper portion of the Little Wabash. One and a half miles above Paradise, also on the Little Wabash, is a sawmill, at which quite a herd ..."
4. A New Gazetteer of the United States of America ...: Including by William Darby, Theodore Dwight (1833)
"Little Wabash rises in Shelby со. II., interlocking sources with those of Kaskaskia r., ... The entire comparative course of Little Wabash is about 110 ms., ..."
5. Illinois in 1837: A Sketch Descriptive of the Situation, Boundaries, Face of by Samuel Augustus Mitchell (1837)
"The chief branches of this river in the state of Illinois, are the Embarras and the Little Wabash. The Embarras rises in Champaign county : it runs at first ..."
6. The Geographical Catechism of Pennsylvania, and the Western States: Designed by Israel Daniel Rupp (1837)
"Little Wabash rises in Shelby county Illinois, interlocking sources with ... The entire course of Little Wabash is about 110 miles, mean breadth of its ..."
7. Water Resources of Illinois by Albert Howard Horton, Illinois Rivers and Lakes Commission, Geological Survey (U.S.) (1914)
"The Little Wabash is about 150 miles long and its drainage area comprises ... During high water the Little Wabash overflows into Little Muddy Creek and in ..."
8. Military Roads of the Mississippi Basin: The Conquest of the Old Northwest by Archer Butler Hulbert (1904)
"... on the Clay County route would have been the Little Wabash River and the Big Muddy Creek. By the Wayne County route the two ..."