Arkansas v. TennesseeAnnotate this Case
399 U.S. 219 (1970)
U.S. Supreme Court
Arkansas v. Tennessee, 399 U.S. 219 (1970)
Arkansas v. Tennessee
No. 33, Orig.
Decided February 25, 1970
Decree entered (@inter alia,@ appointing Boundary
Commissioner) February 25, 1970
Decree entered (establishing boundary line) June 23, 1970
399 U.S. 219
Opinion reported: 397 U. S. 397 U.S. 88.
Decree reported: 397 U. S. 397 U.S. 91.
This Court on February 25, 1970, 397 U. S. 397 U.S. 88, 397 U. S. 91, having entered a decree and appointed a Boundary Commissioner to survey the boundary between Arkansas and Tennessee, and, pursuant to that decree, the said Commissioner having filed a "Report on Commission to Survey" in which he sets forth the General Location and Specific Location of such boundary to which the parties have approved and consented,
It ordered, adjudged, and decreed That such boundary shall be fixed as follows:
The state boundary line involved herein is located between Crittenden County, Arkansas, and Shelby County, Tennessee, in an area formerly known as Cow Island Bend, and more recently called Scanlan Chute, Frog Chute, Ike Chute or Lake, and 96 Chute, and is generally within a rectangle between latitudes 35