Cherokee Indian Removal

Cherokee Indian Removal
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  • Indians were settled in the United States. They had land to themselves to farm, to hunt, and they had built homes.
  • The Americans and the Indians had a "civilization" program. The Indians said they would do and act just as the Americans.
  • Andrew Jackson had been elected president in 1828
  • Andrew Jackson ignored the ruling of the Cherokee winning their case in Worcester v. Georgia.
  • Treaty of New Echota was signed; provided for removal of Cherokees to land west of the Mississippi. Known as the 'Trail of Tears'
  • The cherokees were relocated to Oklahoma.
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