Andrew Jackson to the Cherokee Tribe 1835

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  • Andrew Jackson
  • White Settlers
  • Cherokee members
  • Thanks Jackson!
  • I think we need more land for our Americans, so lets kick out the Indians!
  • Hello, I am Andrew Jackson and I think your people need to move from your homes here to a great place away from the white people who are mean to you.
  • Yeah...NO we have been dealing with the white people and are not moving!
  • Well my friend I have no motive to deceive you. They're just circumstances that cannot be controlled and which are beyond reach of human law that render it impossible that you can flourish in this civilized community.
  • Ok, fine we will go to this great land you speak of.
  • This place is horrible what the heck Jackson!
  • WOW! what great new homes!
  • We HATE you Jackson!
  • In summary of Andrew Jackson to the Cherokee tribe from 1835 to 1838. Andrew Jackson supported the removal of American Indians from their homelands saying that the Indian's survival was dependent on separation from Whites. Using paternalistic and threatening language,and some force Jackson urges the Cherokee to accept removal from Georgia and relocate westward.
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