Dr. Frederick G. Berlinger built a house in what he thought was Polk County,
N.C. The clarified [state] line puts most of the house in South Carolina.
Some of it, apparently, was always there.
Via Hacker News,
How the Carolinas Fixed Their Blurred Lines - NYTimes.com
I knew there were disputes over state boundaries throughout our history
(such as the Walton War that took place in current day Transylvania County;
and here's another article about it that contains a map of the area under question).
But I didn't realize that there were still issues with state boundaries today.
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