No. 93-755.

876 S.W.2d 558 (1994)

317 Ark. 125

Doris MIKEL, Appellant, v. Donald D. HUBBARD and Hubbard Marine Service, Inc., Appellees.

Supreme Court of Arkansas.

May 23, 1994.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

J. Randolph Shock, Fort Smith, Troy R. Douglas, Barling, for appellant.

Robert E. Hornberger, Willard C. Smith, Fort Smith, for appellees.

DUDLEY, Justice.

Plaintiff Doris Mikel alleged defendant Hubbard Marine wrongfully occupied her land on the east side of the Poteau River. The jury returned a defendant's verdict, and a judgment was accordingly entered. We affirm the judgment.

The interesting facts of this case are as follows. In 1820, 1825, and 1830, Congress ratified the Treaty of Doak's Stand, the Treaty of Washington, D.C., and the Treaty at Dancing Rabbit Creek with the Choctaw Indian...

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