Wisconsin v. Michigan Information (Geography)
|Wisconsin v. Michigan|
|Argued March 2, 1936|
Decided March 16, 1936
|Full case name||The State of Wisconsin v. The State of Michigan|
56 S. Ct. 584; 80 L. Ed. 856
|Prior||295 U.S. 455 (1935).|
|The boundary between Michigan and Wisconsin is amended as stated|
WISCONSIN V. MICHIGAN Latitude and Longitude:
|Total islands||4: Detroit, Plum, Rock & Washington|
The 1836 boundary description between Wisconsin and Michigan described the line through northwest Lake Michigan as "the most usual ship channel". This description needed clarification as two routes were in use into Green Bay. Four islands lay in between and all were claimed as part of both Door County, Wisconsin, and Delta County, Michigan. A similar case, Michigan v. Wisconsin 270 U.S. 295 (1926), had previously been brought to the Supreme Court but was dismissed.
- Toledo War: a border dispute between Michigan and Ohio
- "The Evolution of Michigan's Legal Boundary". Michigan State University Map Library. Retrieved September 28, 2008.
- Kellogg, Louise P. (1917). "The Disputed Michigan–Wisconsin Boundary". Wisconsin Magazine of History. Retrieved September 28, 2008.
- Rohde, William C. "Wisconsin–Upper Michigan State Boundary Surveys". Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors. Retrieved September 29, 2008.
- "Surveyor's Tree Blaze: Surveyor's tree blaze from the 1841 expedition to lay out the boundary between Wisconsin and Michigan, found at Trout Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin". Wisconsin History Magazine. Retrieved September 28, 2008.
- Captain Cram's reports were printed in: Message from the President of the United States, in compliance with a resolution from the Senate in relation to the survey to ascertain and designate the boundary-line between the state of Michigan and the territory of Wiskonsin. Washington, DC: Blair & Rives, Printers. 1841. Senate Document no. 151, 26th Congress, 2d session.
- United States Army Corps of Topographical Engineers (1842). Report of the Secretary of War: communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, a copy of the report of the survey of the boundary between the state of Michigan and the territory of Wisconsin. Washington, DC: Thomas Allen, Printers. Senate Document no. 170, 27th Congress, 2d session.
- Martin, Lawrence (September 1930). "The Michigan–Wisconsin Boundary Case in the Supreme Court of the United States, 1923–26". Annals of the Association of American Geographers. Vol. 20 no. 3. pp. 106–163.
- Text of Wisconsin v. Michigan, 295 U.S. 455 (1935) is available from: Justia Library of Congress
- Text of Wisconsin v. Michigan, 297 U.S. 547 (1936) is available from: Justia Library of Congress
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