|The Red River in Texas|
Oh, and you also have to count the Colorado River, which means red in Spanish, and it goes through 6 states. Then there's a Blood River in Tennessee and Kentucky, and several rivers are named for fruit which is red, such as cranberries, cherries, strawberries, and mulberries.
|Black River, Arizona|
|White River, Nevada|
There are also a bunch of White Rivers. In fact, 15 states have them, and South Dakota has a Little White River. There are Whitewater Rivers in 5 states, and Texas has a Blanco River.
|Milk River, Montana|
|Platte River, Nebraska|
Silver is a color that's pretty close to white, and there are several silver rivers, but mostly their names are in French. Five states have a Platte River, and one has a Little Platte. Also there is a La Plata River in Colorado and New Mexico. Three states have Silver Creeks, but nobody has a Silver River in English.
There aren't any Gold Rivers either, which you would think there might be because people used to try to find gold in rivers. There's a Goldwater, but that was a senator's name, not a river. There is a town called Gold River in California, but it doesn't seem to have an actual gold river in it. The closest thing to a gold river, I guess, is a Yellow River, and you can find that name in 7 states. Not to mention in China, but I'm just talking about the U.S. right now.
|Green River, Utah|
|Blue River, Oregon|
There are no Brown Rivers, which is kind of surprising, since a lot of rivers look brown if they have mud and stuff in them. Idaho has a Bruneau River, but this might been somebody's last name and not a description of the river. But there's a Mud River in Kentucky and West Virginia, and a Muddy River in Nevada.
|Rainbow Spring and the Rainbow River, Florida|