US States by Border Features

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Can you name the US states by at least one border feature?

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Border Feature(s)State
Continental Divide, 45° N
Runnins River, ~3 miles north of Merrimack River
Niagara River
Bois de Sioux River, Missouri River
Mississippi River, Wabash River
Red River of the North, ~46° N
Mississippi River, Toledo Bend Reservoir
Columbia River, 49° N
Lake Mead, 42° N
Connecticut River, Lake Champlain
Delaware River, Hudson River
Potomac River, Transpeninsular Line
St. John River
Bitterroot Mountain Range, Snake River
Catawba River, 35° N
Rio Grande River, 37° N
Rainy River
Tennessee River, 35° N
Pocomoke River, Tug Fork
41° N, 45° N
141° W
Missouri River, 37° N
Des Moines River, St. Francis River
Mississippi River, Red River of the South
Perdido River, St. Marys River
Border Feature(s)State
Cumberland Mountain Range, Mississippi River
Connecticut River, Halls Stream
Pearl River, 35° N
Missouri River, 41° N
Menominee River, Mississippi River
Long Island Sound, Pawcatuck River
Pawcatuck River, Runnins River
St. Clair River
Chattahoochee River, Tugaloo River
Red River of the South, 37° N
Catawba River, Savannah River
Big Sioux River, Mississippi River
Mason-Dixon Line, Tug Fork
Monument Valley, 42° N
Ohio River, Lake Erie
Red River of the South, Rio Grande River
Line extending slightly south of west from point (~32°43' N, 114°43' W) on Colorado River
Colorado River, 37° N
~102° W, ~109° W
Wabash River, ~84°48' W
Delaware River, Transpeninsular Line
Chattahoochee River, Tennessee River
Lake Erie, Twelve-Mile Circle
None
Columbia River, 42° N

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