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

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