Mr. Native American from the Pinakeshaw tribe, my name is Mr. Johnson and I am buying your land under the Proclamation of 1763!
Kk bro (:
Son, when I die I want you to have my land that I legally purchased.
Wow, thanks dad! I love being able to own land without dispute from the US Government!
Hello Mr. Congressman, my name is Mr. McIntosh I am going to buy 11,000 acres of land owned by some Natives!
Sounds good dawg, doesn't look like any other Americans own this land.
Dude, I just bought this land from Congress, get off my property!
Oh yeah? Well my dad bought this land from Native Americans. I'm suing!!
This land is rightfully mine, the Native Americans sold it to my family in 1775, so therefore the government has no right to sell my land.
The land should be mine, I went through the US government to acquire it so lawfully its mine.
McIntosh's claim is superior to Johnson's because the Native Americans are seen as a separate nation to the United States. Their contract with Mr. Johnson is not valid under the court of law because the US Government is only allowed to deal with outside entities and buy land from Native AMericans.