By Associated Press
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Ajc.com: A controversial 200-year-old survey marker detailing the border between two states - and water rights to the Tennessee River - is missing.
The Camak Stone, a slightly off-the-mark surveyor’s stone at the confluence of the Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama borders, isn’t where it is supposed to be.
The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that a volunteer for nearby State Line Cemetery, Freddie McCulley, noticed the stone was gone after discovering some vandalism at the cemetery.
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Georgia-Tennessee border stone AWOL
August 25, 2009