Mississippi v. Arkansas
419 U.S. 375 (1974)

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Mississippi v. Arkansas, 419 U.S. 375 (1974)

Mississippi v. Arkansas

No. 48, Orig.

Decided February 26, 1974

Decree entered February 26, 1974

Amended decree entered December 23, 1974

419 U.S. 375

Opinion reported: 415 U. S. 415 U.S. 289.

Decree reported: 415 U. S. 415 U.S. 302.



1. Luna Bar, depicted in Mississippi's Exhibits 1 and 2, constituting, respectively, Appendix A and part of Appendix B to the Special Master's report, and appended hereto and hereby made a part of this decree, came into existence by accretion to Carter Point and is, and was, a part Of the State Of Mississippi.

2. The boundary line between the State Of Mississippi and the State Of Arkansas in the areas between the upstream and the downstream ends Of Tarpley Cut-off is as follows:

"That part Of the abandoned bed Of the Mississippi River between the upstream end of the Tarpley Cutoff and the downstream end of Tarpley Cut-off as defined and identified in Mississippi's said Exhibit 2, being a plat prepared by Austin B. Smith. The above described State boundary line being more particularly described as follows, to-wit:"

"Beginning at the head Of Tarpley Cut-off Channel at Point P-36 as shown on said Smith's Mississippi Exhibit P-2 at Latitude 33

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