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Encyclopedia > White River (Washington)

The White River in Washington state flows around 75 miles from its headwaters near Mount Rainier to its confluence with the Puyallup River at Sumner.


Before 1906, the White River joined the Green River near Auburn, and the combined river (under the name "White") joined the Black River at Tukwila to form the Duwamish River, which empties into Elliot Bay at Seattle. In 1906, a great flood diverted the White River southward via the channel of the Stuck River into the Puyallup River. The Puyallup, which empties into Commencement Bay at Tacoma, remains its outlet today.


External links

  • White River Watershed (http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/watersheds/white/Whiterivfacts.HTM)
  • White River Journal: Flooding, Dams, and Renamed Rivers (http://www.wrvmuseum.org/journal/journal_0403.htm)

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