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Big Black River Basin

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The Big Black River Basin, located in west-central Mississippi, is approximately 155 miles long and averages 22 miles in width. The Basin drainage area covers 3,400 square miles. The only major waterway in the basin is the Big Black River which begins in Webster County near the town of Eupora and flows southwesterly for approximately 300 miles to its outlet to the Mississippi River twenty-five miles south of Vicksburg.
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