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Native americans lived in the southeast USA in large numbers. American wanted this land for farming, and proposed moving them to "useless" land west of the Mississippi river.
In 1830, Congress began passing a series of laws requireing the native american tribes to relocate to the west for payment.
Jackson had the Cherokee removed by force, so in 1835, the Cherokee moved west. But bad weather and lack of supplies caused the death of thousands, this became known as the Trail Of Tears.
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