The Indian Removal Act

The Indian Removal Act

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  • When Andrew Jackson was elected for president in 1828, he wanted white men to own more land for farming, so he thought of a brilliant idea.
  • Jackson thought that removing Indians territory and owning them was a great plan. When they went with Jackson's plan they disrupted Indians property and forced them to leave their homes behind.
  • After the Indians were captured, the white men chained them, locked them in a small room which had no windows except small holes on the top, and didn't feed them enough food, it was not good. Many died because of sickness, diseases, and starvation. This happened until they got to their destination. Also, when the white men entered the room where the Indians were kept in, they whipped them and hurt them for no reason.
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