[Solved] Which two rivers form much of the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin?

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[Solved] Which two rivers form much of the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin?

…1. Mississippi River and Missouri River 2. Mississippi River and St. Croix River 3. St. Paul River and Missouri River 4. Eau Claire River and St. Croix River

Mississippi River and St. Croix River – Most of the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin is defined by waterways. The northeastern border of Minnesota includes a long stretch of coastline along Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes, followed by a stretch of the Saint Louis River through Duluth. But one 40-mile stretch of Minnesota’s eastern border was drawn as a straight line when it became a state in 1858, for unclear reasons that may be related to the logging industry. The rest of the Minnesota-Wisconsin border is delineated by the Saint Croix and Mississippi Rivers.:


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