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In 1838-1839, As part of Andrew Jacksons Indian Removal Policy, Jackson planed to remove the Cherokee indians from their home land, because he wanted that land.
And so they forced the Cherokee out of their original birth place and planned to "relocate" them to a different and much less resourceful land.
The Cherokee had to travel about 1500 miles with malutrition and lack of water, and were treated terribly
If they did not follow the orders they were given, they would most likely be killed.
Over 4000 of the Cherokee natives died on the way before they even got there, due to poor conditions like lack of food, water, and rest.
When they did get there, there was not many resources, and they slowely died off.
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