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See how this river comes me cranking in, And cuts me from the best of all my land . William Shakespearet 1 Henry IV, act 3, sc. 1, lines 97-98. ' See Jackson v. Burlington N. Inc., 667 P.2d 406, 408 (Mont. 1983). The Yellowstone is considered a navigable river, thus giving the state title to the riverbed. Id. at 408. 2 See id. at 407. ' See infra notes 16-29 and accompanying text. " See Jackson, 667 P.2d at 407. In 1905 there were only 1.81 acres of land west of the Yellowstone River in thedoi:10.2307/1599622 fatcat:3qifnci4hfcetg35yyqglxnwdu