Crossword clues for platte
- Missouri branch
- North ___, Neb.
- Missouri river
- Missouri River feeder
- River to the Mississippi
- River in Nebraska
- Great Plains river
- Tributary of the Missouri
- River through Nebraska
- River that flows past Omaha
- Nebraska waterway
- City in S.D
- River that divides Nebraska
- River past Fremont, Nebraska
- River paralleled by I-80 through a long stretch of the Plains
- River followed by the Pony Express
- River dividing Nebraska
- River along the Oregon Trail
- North ___, Neb
- Midwest river along the Oregon Trail
- It flows into the Missouri south of Omaha
- County in Missouri or Nebraska
- Oregon Trail river
- Nebraska river to the Missouri
- Missouri River tributary
- River across Nebraska
- Missouri feeder
- River where the Oto once settled
- Kearney's river
- River followed by the Oregon Trail
- Divider of Nebraska
- River facetiously described as "a mile wide at the mouth, but only six inches deep"
- Gothenburg's river
- River to the Missouri
- Missouri tributary
- A river in Nebraska that flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri River
- Nebraska stream
- Neb. river
- Iowa-Missouri river
- River of S Iowa
- City in S.D.
- River flowing to the Missouri
Housing Units (2000): 637
Land area (2000): 1.001870 sq. miles (2.594832 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.001870 sq. miles (2.594832 sq. km)
FIPS code: 50260
Located within: South Dakota (SD), FIPS 46
Location: 43.386321 N, 98.842736 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Housing Units (2000): 30902
Land area (2000): 420.332087 sq. miles (1088.655061 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 6.892040 sq. miles (17.850300 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 427.224127 sq. miles (1106.505361 sq. km)
Located within: Missouri (MO), FIPS 29
Location: 39.315400 N, 94.729377 W
Platte County, MO
Housing Units (2000): 12916
Land area (2000): 678.068740 sq. miles (1756.189900 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 11.010483 sq. miles (28.517020 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 689.079223 sq. miles (1784.706920 sq. km)
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 41.515986 N, 97.450374 W
Platte County, NE
Housing Units (2000): 4528
Land area (2000): 2084.930295 sq. miles (5399.944444 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 25.967606 sq. miles (67.255789 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2110.897901 sq. miles (5467.200233 sq. km)
Located within: Wyoming (WY), FIPS 56
Location: 42.191047 N, 104.947369 W
Platte County, WY
Platte may refer to:
At the Platte is the highest mountain in the Steinwald, a forest in the Fichtel mountain range in central Germany.
The Platte is a popular walking destination, not least because of the Upper Palatinate Tower, which is located on its summit. It is climbable and offers good views of the surrounding region.
The Platte is a summit, high in the Fichtelgebirge in central Germany. It is located between two other elevations, the Seehügel and the Hohe Matze, half way between the Ochsenkopf and Kösseine mountains, on the Rhine-Elbe watershed.
Usage examples of "platte".
Zeehond door den langeren en platteren kop, het platter voorhoofd en den langwerpiger snuit, alsmede door den bouw der hand.
The Pasquinel brothers and their renegades knew how to slip through the flames, so even while Skimmerhorn was setting fire to the prairies, they rampaged up and down the Platte, burning farms and scalping the inhabitants.
Tijdens de drie dagen durende tocht stroomafwaarts vanuit Kashan, varend langs langzame platte schepen en kleine roeibootjes, beantwoordde hij zoveel mogelijk vragen van hen.
In 1829 Porter placed them on the Little Platte, some 15 miles from the Missouri line, and about 1853 Schoolcraft located them on Nemaha river, their principal village being near the mouth of the Great Nemaha.
Sheriff Wherry informed me that the only move attempted on the part of the shorthorn drovers was the arrest of Sponsilier and myself, on the charge of being accomplices in the shooting of one of their men on the North Platte.
In 1825 he showed up in Santa Fe, translating for the Ute, but most often he wandered the land between the two Plattes, wintering sometimes at the Laramie, sometimes at Rattlesnake Buttes.
The Omaha gathered south of the Missouri, between the mouths of the Platte and Niobrara, while the Ponka pushed into the Black Hills country.
At Red Willow they turned west and drove on, past the country schoolhouse at Lone Star and across the high open wheatland, and after a while they topped a rise and could see down into the South Platte River valley, wide and tree-lined, the cliffs far away on the other side, with the town laid out below.
That journey north took the best part of a month, for it's all of five hundred miles to Laramie, even as Carson rode-which was almost as straight as the crow flies-up through the Sangre de Cristo by Pike's peak and the South Park, over the high plains to Fort St Vrain, and through the Wyoming Black Hills to Laramie on the North Platte.
Keeping the atomic piles cool as they cooked plutonium took a lot of water from Cherry Creek and the South Platte.
For generations the Indians had camped at this site, near where Cherry Creek ran into the South Platte, and they saw no reason to alter their habits now.
The heavy rain had been falling hard for days, and half the city became flooded when Cherry Creek and the Platte River overflowed.
Well, there's this one crossroads cow town up along the North Platte run by a ladies' sewing circle with even the town law in skirts!
In the middle years of the nineteenth century more than 350,000 emigrants moved along the Platte River from the Missouri to the Pacific, and the bulk passed through Indian lands without encountering difficulty.
The little stream on which they were encamped, was one of the head waters of the Platte River, which flows into the Missouri.