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May 4, 2021

[Answer] Which U.S. state’s longest river is named Grand River?

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...1. Michigan 2. Kansas 3. Wyoming 4. North Carolina




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Michigan - At 262 miles long, the Grand River is the longest river in Michigan. Starting at Grand Lake in south-central Michigan, it flows into Lake Michigan in west-central Michigan. Along the way, it passes through the cities of Lansing and Grand Rapids. The river was a crucial artery for the fur trade and logging industry, but by the end of the 19th century, the Grand River was described as an open sewer. It has cleaned up its act, though, and today, the Grand River is a popular destination for boating and fishing.:


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