Johnson VS McIntosh by Ebele and Lucy

Johnson VS McIntosh by Ebele and Lucy
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  • Heirs of Johnson
  • Johnson v. McIntosh By: Ebele M. and Lucy O.
  • McIntosh, the land you claim is actually our Grandfather Johnson's! He bought it from the Piankeshaw Tribe. 
  • McIntosh
  • I bought that land from Congress! It is mine now.
  • See you in court then!
  • Later at court...
  • Judge Marshall, my Grandfather Johnson bought this land from the Piankeshaw Tribe and now this man believes it is his land!
  • Can Native American tribes sell land to individual Americans?
  • Chief Justice Marshall
  • February 28, 1823
  • Order in the court! The conclusion has been drawn that the Federal Government has the sole right of land negotiations with tribes. McIntosh, the land is yours because Johnson's trade was invalid. 
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