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Bohemia River

The Bohemia River is a 4.7-mile-long (7.6 km)[1] tributary of the Elk River on the Delmarva Peninsula. It is located in Cecil County, Maryland, with its headwaters extending into New Castle County, Delaware.

The Bohemia River begins east of Hacks Point, Maryland, where its two major tributaries, Great Bohemia Creek and Little Bohemia Creek, come together, and ends at the Elk River in a wide mouth between Town Point and Ford Landing. Great Bohemia Creek and its tributary, Sandy Branch rise near Middletown, Delaware and Little Bohemia Creek rises near Warwick, Maryland. They flow through the level coastal plain, quickly reaching sea level.
Little Bohemia Creek, August 24, 2008

There are several small creeks on the northern shore, including Pooles Creek and Manor Creek. On the southern shore small creeks include Morgan Creek and Scotchman Creek.

Location

The entry point for the Bohemia River into the Elk River is located at , while the point at which the Bohemia River branches into the Great and Little Bohemia Creeks is located at .

References

  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed April 1, 2011
  • Bohemia River Association http://www.bohemiariver.org
  • United States Geological Survey. 7.5 minute series topographic quadrangles
  • U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Bohemia River
  • General Highway Map of Cecil County, Maryland, 2005. Prepared in collaboration between Maryland State and United States Federal governments. http://www.sha.state.md.us/SHAServices/mapsBrochures/maps/OPPE/HISD_MAPS/83FTco07.PDF .
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