"The word 'Occoquan', translated from the Doag Indian dialect means 'at the end of the water'."
"Early colonial settlers adhered to the English custom of naming water courses by the tidal characteristics, A broad tidal stream was called a river and a small tidal stream, a creek. The water channels above the tidal level, however, flowed in one direction only and were named 'rundles' or 'runs'."
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