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Squaw Creek is the name of several bodies of water in North America, including:
- Squaw Creek (British Columbia), a tributary of the Tatshenshini River
- Squaw Creek (Ames, Iowa), a tributary of the South Skunk River
- Squaw Creek (Missouri), a tributary of the Missouri River
- Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge, in northwestern Missouri
- Squaw Creek (Idaho), a tributary of the Payette River in Idaho
- Squaw Creek (Pit River), a tributary of the Pit River
- Squaw Creek (Paluxy River) in Texas, enters the Paluxy River just before its confluence with the Brazos River
- Squaw Creek Reservoir in Texas, which provides cooling water for Comanche Peak Nuclear Generating Station
- Whychus Creek, in Oregon, formerly known as Squaw Creek
- Squaw Creek Southern Railroad, a rail company operating in Georgia and Indiana
- Squaw Valley Reservoir, in Nevada, also known as the Squaw Creek Reservoir
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