The Tidelands oil controversy; a legal and historical analysis.


Austin, University of Texas Press, 1953.

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Subjects Federale politiek.
Oliewinning.
Overheidsgezag.
Petroleum in submerged lands -- United States.
Petroleum in submerged lands.
United States.
Description x, 312 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1953.
Notes Also issued online.
Contents The Problem -- The Territorial Concept of the Marginal Sea -- Claims of the Original states to Submerged Lands -- Claims of Later States to Submerged Lands -- California's Claims to Submerged Lands -- Texas' Claims to Submerged Lands -- Congressional Policy on Submerged Lands Prior to World War II -- Executive Policy on Submerged Lands Prior to United States volume California -- The Immediate Aftermath of United States volume California -- United States volume Louisiana and United States volume Texas -- Quitclaim or Federal Control? -- The New Doctrine of Paramount Powers.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)413665
(OCoLC)ocm00413665
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WorldCat Identities Bartley, Ernest R., 1918-
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