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Oklahoma v. Texas Court Case and Texas Land Surveying

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This paper discusses the Oklahoma v. Texas Supreme Court case (Oklahoma v. Texas, 261 U.S. 345, 1923) and its effect on surveying certain riparian boundaries throughout Texas. The history of riparian boundaries in Texas and public land states is also covered. The courts formed a commission to interpret the south bank of the Red River ruling which defined the gradient boundary. This commission's reports would be used to define all navigable rivers throughout Texas.
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Keywords: GRADIENT BOUNDARY; LAND SURVEYING; OKLAHOMA V. TEXAS; RED RIVER; RIPARIAN

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2009

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