Does Ohio own the Ohio river?
No, Kentucky owns it. It was just named the Ohio River because tons of people in the late 1600's came down that river to come to Ohio so that's why its called the "Ohio River" but Kentucky officially owns it. But Ohio owns the whole bridge.
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The Ohio River is located in The United States of America, North America, on the planet Earth. The Ohio River forms the southern boundaries of the states of Ohio, Indiana, and… Illinois. The Ohio River is shown as a distinct dark line on a map in the Wikipedia article on this major waterway. Use the link below to get there.
Ohio and the Ohio river got there names by Slavery..... I think
No its in Michigan....yes its in Ohio!
The southern border. And goes all around Kentucky it ends in Tennessee and goes around and borders rivers like the Mississippi.
It's along the southern border, between Ohio and West Virginia/Kentucky. The southern edge of the state is defined by the river.
Yes. The OHIO River, is just one.
The reason is because the Indian tribes named it the great Ohio River so when the us discovered it they named it the Ohio.
Maybe because kentucky was settled first.
actually west Virginia doesnt own the Ohio river outright but only the portion of it that runs between Pennsylvania & Kentucky & only so far as the normal low water line a…long the north bank excluding any waters backed up by dams & indeed there is generally a narrow band of waters owned by the state of Ohio running beside the north bank all the way from Pennsylvania to Indiana but to answer the question intended west Virginia owns this much of the Ohio river thanxx to several court decisions which have confirmed ownership by west Virginia since 1864 when it was inherited from Virginia which had owned the river everywhere below Pennsylvania & the lands northwest of it by royal charter since 1609 but had ceded to the united states in 1784 all the lands beyond the north bank
It runs right along the South part of Ohio. Cincinnati is on theriver.