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Front page May 15, 1915: U.S.-Canada waterway boundary officially established

Among the local news on the day's front page:

"Boundary line map finished by board"

"Hon. George Clinton, one of the three members of the International Waterways commission, representing the United States, announced today that the commission had completed its work of establishing the international boundary line between the United States and Canada from a point starting at Pidgeon bay above Duluth, down through the Great Lakes and out the St. Lawrence river to the point where the latter stream enters Canadian territory on both banks."

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May 15 1915

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