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The Wyoming State Constitution, 2nd Edition by Keiter, Robert B (13th July 2017)

Part Two The Wyoming Constitution and Commentary, Art.XI Boundaries

From: The Wyoming State Constitution (2nd Edition)

Robert B. Keiter

The boundaries of the State of Wyoming shall be as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the twenty-seventh meridian of longitude west from Washington with the forty-fifth degree of north latitude, and running thence went to the thirty-fourth meridian of west longitude, thence south to the forty-first degree of north latitude thence east to the twenty-seventh meridian of west longitude, and thence north to the place of beginning. This section establishes the geographical boundaries of the state of Wyoming. Wyoming is bordered by Nebraska and South Dakota on...
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