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Martin Van Buren Becomes President
The Indians still won't move? Let's make them move then.
Trail of Tears
The Outcome of the Indian Removal Act
The Cherokees and the Seminoles still did not leave their territory. Once Andrew Jackson left office, Buren became president. Since Buren was now a leader, he physically pushed the Indians out of their territories (Davidson).
Martin gave supplies for the harsh trip west to the Mississippi, yet the supplies were not enough. Plenty of the Cherokees tribes members had died and suffered. The Seminoles fought physically for their land three times until they finally gave up and moved. Overall, the forced movement was incredibly harsh for those who had to travel (Davidson).
In the end, the Indians had reached their destination. Many Indians had died and their population decreased greatly. The Indians struggled greatly with trying to rebuild their community (Goss).
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