Clark, John H.

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Biographical History

John H. Clark collected worked as a United States boundary commissioner. Clark collected fish during his work for the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey in the 1850s.


Brock, R. H. (Apr., 2006). "Perhaps the Most Incorrect of Any Land Line in the United States": Establishing the Texas-New Mexico Boundary along the 103rd Meridian. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. 109, No. 4 , pp. 431-462. Retrieved from




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