The New Student's Reference Work/Big Horn River
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Big Horn River
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Big Horn River, the largest branch of the Yellowstone, rises in the Rocky Mountains in the northwest part of Wyoming, where it is called the Wind River. It enters the Yellowstone at Big Horn city, in Montana, and is about 350 miles in length.