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and pursuing a westward course, unites at Leflore with the Tallahatchie and forms the Yazoo. In the winter it is navigable by steamboats to Grenada, on the New Orleans, Jackson, and Northern Railroad, a distance of 90 miles. Tallahatchie river rises in the extreme Northern middle part of the State, and running first a southeast, and then a southerly direction, forms a junction with the Yalabusha at Leflore, about 100 miles by land, north of Jackson, and forming the Yazoo. Its length is about 250 miles, and it is navigable to the mouth of the Cold water Creek, a distance of 100 miles. Sunflower river is a small stream rising near the Mississippi river, and after flowing about 250 miles, enters the Yazoo about 75 miles from its mouth. Big Black river rises in northern central Mississippi, (in Choctaw county,) and flowing about 200 miles in a south westerly direction, passing between Jackson and Vicksburg, empties into the Mississippi river two miles above Grand Gulf.