Indian removal act/trail of tears
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The Trail of Tears is the path that the Native Americans took when they were on their miserable journey to move to the west of the Mississippi River.
What was the Trail of Tears?
Andrew Jackson supported the Indian Removal Act. Even though the Supreme Court was not in favor, he signed the act in 1830.
Andrew Jackson's Opinion on Indian Removal
John Ross supported the Cherokee and other Indian tribes who were being forced to leave their home lands. He fought against the white settlers, but not with weapons with words.
John Ross' Opinion on Indian Removal
John Marshall supported the Cherokee tribe in the case of Worcester v. Georgia. He found out that hey have created a government and little nation under the guardianship of the U.S.
John Marshall's Decision on Worcester v. Georgia
The American Indians were very peaceful but the United States Army got involved. If the army had not got involved and we had thought about more of what they need it wouldn't have been such a big deal.
My Feelings about the Trail of Tears
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