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The Americans bought land that the Indians were living on and the Americans had recently discovered gold on the Indians land that would have helped them become a lot wealthier.
The Indian leaders went to Court to try and win their land back. Andrew Jackson and the Americans also went to Court the Court agreed with the Indians that they should have their land back. Andrew Jackson didn't like the Courts final decision and so he passed the Indian Removal Act in May 28, 1830/ This Act forced the Indians out of their land and they were forced by the Americans to move down west.
After Jackson did the Indian and Removal Act he sent the Indians down west where about 5000 of 60000 Indians died from sickness and other health problems or injuries. The Indians were moved from the west because they were on oil rich land. The Americans then left but before they did the Indians swore a retaliation.
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