Tennessee v. Arkansas
454 U.S. 351 (1981)

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Tennessee v. Arkansas, 454 U.S. 351 (1981)

Tennessee v. Arkansas

No. 77, Orig.

Decree entered December 14, 1981

454 U.S. 351

ON BILL OF COMPLAINT

DECREE

IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED THAT:

1. The boundary line between the States of Tennessee and Arkansas in the area in controversy is fixed as geodetically described in Exhibit A, appended hereto, and as shown on Appendix E to the Special Master's Report filed with this Court on April 13, 1981. Said Exhibit E is incorporated by reference herein.

2. The costs of this proceeding shall be divided equally between the parties.

EXHIBIT "A"

TENNESSEE -- ARKANSAS STATE BOUNDARY IN THE ELMOT

BAR-ISLAND 30 SECTOR OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER

The following is a description, by geodetic position (North American Datum) of the locus of the Tennessee-Arkansas State Boundary that became fixed in the abandoned Fletcher Bend Channel that bounds Elmot Bar-Island 30 on the North and West. This boundary, lying between North Latitude 35

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