Oklahoma v. TexasAnnotate this Case
261 U.S. 340
U.S. Supreme Court
Oklahoma v. Texas, 261 U.S. 340 (1923)
Oklahoma v. Texas
No. 18, Original
261 U.S. 340
Decree declaring the general course of and rules for locating the boundary between Oklahoma and Texas on the south bank of Red River, the effects of past and future erosion, accretion and avulsion, the status and ownership of the area known as the Big Bend, and of certain islands, the rights of inhabitants of Texas to access to the stream, limiting the actual survey to be made to places designated or to be designated, appointing commissioners to run, locate, and mark those portions of the boundary, and providing for vacancies and specifying the method of marking and report to be made, with other provisions as to the work of the commission, objections, approval and costs.
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