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In 1806 General James Wilkinson tried to settle the border disputes between Texas and Louisiana. He helped to set up a neutral zone between the Sabine River and the Arroyo Hondo. The Neutral Ground Agreement stated that no Spanish or United Stated troops could occupy this land until the border conflict was resolved. Outlaws frequently used this neutral zone to escape the law.

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