Indian Removal Act

Indian Removal Act
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  • Treaty Signed Between U.S. and Tribes
  • Natives Attempt to Assimilate
  • Constitution
  • Cherokee Land is Valuable
  • The United States signed a treaty that acknowledged the Native's right to have land.
  • Indian Removal Act is Passed
  • The Natives wanted to stay on their land, so they attempted to assimilate by creating a Constitution and teaching children in public schools.
  • Worcester v. Georgia Court Case
  • White Settlers found gold in Georgia, and wanted to kick the Natives out to have it for themselves.
  • Natives are moved to Indian Territory
  • Congress passes the Indian Removal Act, giving Jackson the ability to remove the Natives from their territory into reservations in Oklahoma/Indian Territory
  • The Cherokee Successfully resist being kicked during the Worcester vs. Georgia Supreme Court case. Unfortunately, Jackson is unwilling to give up so easily.
  • Regardless of the Supreme Court ruling, Jackson decides to kick the Natives out anyway and sends troops to force the Natives out.
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