Louisiana v. Mississippi,
384 U.S. 24 (1966)

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Louisiana v. Mississippi, 384 U.S. 24 (1966)

Louisiana v. Mississippi

No. 14 Original

Argued November 16, 1965

Decided April 18, 1966

384 U.S. 24



Upon consideration of the Report filed June 7, 1965, by Senior Judge Marvin Jones, Special Master, and the exceptions thereto, it is now adjudged, ordered, and decreed as follows:

(1) All exceptions are overruled and the Report is in all things confirmed.

(2) The true boundary between the States of Louisiana and Mississippi in the area of the Mississippi River known as Deadman's Bend on the several dates mentioned is determined to be as follows:

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