Definition of Tallapoosa River
1. Noun. River that rises in northwestern Georgia and flows southwest through central Alabama to join the Coosa River near Montgomery and form the Alabama River.
Group relationships: Al, Alabama, Camellia State, Heart Of Dixie, Empire State Of The South, Ga, Georgia, Peach State
Generic synonyms: River
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Literary usage of Tallapoosa River
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1. History of the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain by Henry Marie Brackenridge (1844)
"... on the llth, from Fort Armstrong, where he was encamped, against the hostile towns on the Tallapoosa river. After marching the whole night of the 17th, ..."
2. Second Report on the Water Powers of Alabama by Benjamin Mortimer Hall, Maxcy Reddick Hall (1916)
"_ _ 703.9 68.4 Fish trap above, surface of water „ _ 702.2 68.4 Fish trap below, surface of water „ _ „ 701.3 60.2- 1.ittle Tallapoosa River, on left side ..."
3. Dictionary of American Biography, Including Men of the Time: Containing by Francis Samuel Drake (1872)
"... was wounded iu the battle of the Horse-shoe Bend of Tallapoosa River, Mar. 27,1813; maj.-gen. of Tenn. militia,Nov. 13, 1814. to May 13, 1815; ..."
4. Second Report on the Water Powers of Georgia by Benjamin Mortimer Hall, Maxcy Reddick Hall (1908)
"... the third from either end; elevation, 25.25 feet above gage datum. • Discharge measurements of Tallapoosa River at Buchanan Bridge, near Tallapoosa. ..."
5. Second Report on the Water Powers of Georgia by Benjamin Mortimer Hall, Maxcy Reddick Hall (1908)
"... the third from either end; elevation, 25.25 feet above gage datum. Discharge measurements of Tallapoosa River at Buchanan Bridge, near Tallapoosa. ..."
6. Census Reports Tenth Census. June 1, 1880 by Francis Amasa Walker, Charles Williams Seaton, Henry Gannett (1884)
"Describe bottom lands on creeks and on the Tallapoosa river. 1. Randolph.—JAMES H. RADNEY, Roanoke, April, 1880. Location, township 21, range 12. ..."