Can Georgia Use the Tennessee River? : Memo Released

A supposedly “Confidential” 18-page memorandum was released on Friday that apparently was used in recent months as the basis of resolution in the Georgia state legislature to move the Tennessee line a mile north to the 35th parallel. I thought I would share it. If you can’t see the embedded memo, you can find it here.


Read this doc on Scribd: Tapping the Tennesse River

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  1. I guess y’all down in Georgia have never heard of “laches.” But maybe if you succeed in getting a court to re-open 19th century border issues, you will also light the path to re-open issues of forced Cherokee removals and reparations for slavery in your neck of the woods….

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