Cussewago Creek

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A 1922 photograph of Cussewago Creek

Cussewago Creek is a tributary of French Creek in Crawford County, Pennsylvania in the United States.

Cussewago Creek joins French Creek at Meadville.

Cussewago Creek supports a diverse fauna, including mammals, amphibians, fishes, and mollusks.[1]

The name of the creek is alleged to come from the aboriginal inhabitants, and is said to mean, "big belly".[2]

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Coordinates: 41°43′13″N 80°13′36″W / 41.72020°N 80.22658°W / 41.72020; -80.22658