America’s Greatest Border Dispute: The Story of the Mason-Dixon Line

History Documentaries

The Mason Dixon line is the product of a famous border dispute. although it does not extend west of the Ohio River, The Mason Dixon Line is a disagreement between Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, which resulted in the political and social divide between the North and the South. Created in 1767, this dispute occurred from conflicting claims to the territory starting at the Delaware River westward.