Oklahoma v. Texas,
269 U.S. 314 (1926)

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Oklahoma v. Texas, 269 U.S. 314 (1926)

Oklahoma v. Texas

No. 13, Original

Decree announced January 4, 1926

269 U.S. 314


Decree (1) confirming report of commissioners showing that they have run, located, and marked portions of the interstate boundary along the south bank of Red River, other than the Big Bend and Fort Augur areas, from the 100th meridian of longitude to the eastern limit of Lamar County, Texas; (2) establishing the same as the true boundary between Texas and Oklahoma at the places designated in the report, subject to future change by erosion and accretion; (3) directing that copies of decree, report, and maps be transmitted to the Chief Magistrates of the two states.

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