Chactaw, Chickasaw, and Creek groups affected by the Indian Removal

Chactaw, Chickasaw, and Creek groups affected by the Indian Removal
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  • The Choctaw
  • I guess it's just us now, and the few that's in the tent.
  • The Chickasaw
  • Lets use the treaty we came up with!
  • The Creek
  • Oh wow, so they are trying to take us away from our loved ones?
  • The Choctaw were Mississippi largest group. They were the first to be affected by the Indian removal act, and were forced to move during a very disastrous winter trip. About one fourth of people died because of the cold, diseases, and starvation. Starvation was a problem because they didn't supply enough food for them to live with.
  • The Chickasaw lived in the upper Mississippi. They negotiated a treaty for better supplies on their trip to Indian Territory. Many of their lives were also lost in the removal.
  • When the Creek resisted to the removal federal troops moved them in and captured some 14,500. They led them to Indian Territory while many being chained. One women remembered that the trip was filled with awful silence and removed them from their loved ones.
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