Allegheny River
river, W New York and Pennsylvania; 325 mi. long.

Webster's Gazetteer. 2013.

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  • Mahoning Creek (Allegheny River) — For the Lehigh River tributary, see Mahoning Creek (Lehigh River). Mahoning Creek Mahoning Creek Lake and Dam on Mahoning Creek in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania Origin …   Wikipedia

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