John Ross Indian Removal
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Mr. Ross, President Jackson just signed the Removal Act.
I need to meet with Major Ridge as soon as possible.
Major Ridge, the President signed the Removal Act. We must do something.
We must meet with some of the other councilors.
I know. We have assimilated and it's ridiculous that they want us to move.
I say that we send the lighthorse in to defend our land against the Georgians
These comics depict John Ross and Major Ridge reacting to the Indian Removal Act, mixed with some alternate history.
I can't figure out how to add more cells, so I'll continue the story in the next text box.
And so next, the Cherokee Government sent in the lighthorse police to defend their land and to prevent the American Government from removing their citizens. In response, Georgia sent the National Guard to the Cherokee territory. After weeks of standoff, the Georgians, with the aid of the Federal government, overrun the Cherokee force and conquers their territory. Over the next months, Cherokees are removed from their traditional lands.
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