I have also had fine sport with them along the bottoms of the colorado river, where they are to be found in abundance.
colorado river, fish, and ducks made at Hatasaṭa for the Mohave.
Its average elevation is about six thousand feet, though near the colorado river it is often but four thousand.
These met Smith near the colorado river and killed ten of his men.
We had intended at first to strike for the Cocopah range, near the mouth of the colorado river, and there do our hunting.
That is the colorado river as we have known it ever since its discovery.
One of the great canyons of the colorado river can be seen meandering its way through the red-rock landscape.
The range has yet an open field many miles before it comes to the colorado river.
There are numerous small streams and lakes in the interior, the principal outlet of which is the colorado river.
Everybody knows, or should know, that the colorado river is a most treacherous river.
U.S. state (organized as a territory 1861, admitted as a state 1876), named for the river, Spanish Rio Colorado, from colorado "ruddy, reddish," literally "colored," past participle of colorar "to color, dye, paint," from Latin colorare (see coloration).
River in the southwestern United States, with its headwaters in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado, that flows generally southwest through Colorado, Utah, and Arizona; forms the border between Nevada and Arizona and Arizona and California; and then flows through Mexico, emptying into the Gulf of California.
Note: Over millions of years, the force of the river has carved the Grand Canyon in northwestern Arizona.
Note: Source of fresh water for communities in Nevada, Arizona, and California.
Note: The site of the Hoover Dam.