Georgia v. South Carolina,
259 U.S. 572 (1922)

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Georgia v. South Carolina, 259 U.S. 572 (1922)

Georgia v. South Carolina

No. 16, Original

Form of decree submitted May 15, 1922

Decree entered June 5, 1922

259 U.S. 572




Decree declaring location of interstate boundary.

This cause came on to be heard by this Court and, for the purposes of carrying into effect the conclusions of the Court as stated in its opinion herein [ 259 U. S. 259 U.S. 572],

It is ordered, adjudged, and decreed that the boundary between the States of Georgia and South Carolina is and shall be the Rivers Savannah, Tugaloo, and Chattooga to the point where the latter river touches the North Carolina line at the thirty-fifth parallel of north latitude, and the location of the boundary line between said states is hereby established and declared to be as set forth in the opinion of the Court, as follows:

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