Which American rivers flow north?

Many of the world's rivers flow north. Among major U.S. rivers, the St. Johns (Florida) and the Willamette (Oregon) both flow north. Wisconsin's Fox River flows in a northeasterly direction.

Source: 

Dictionary of Misinformation, p. 216 (1975) (R 031.02 Bur)

Notes: 

See also Rivers That Flow North, one librarian's homage to this frequently asked question.

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