Westward Expansion

Westward Expansion

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by Emma Flynn p6

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  • Along the way, they made friendly relationships with some native groups, but they also encountered some natives who tried to kill them, even though a woman and a child , who were both Natives(Sacawagea and Jean Baptiste).
  • On our way back to the classroom to discuss our question, I'll tell you more about the Indian Removal Act. In  1830, congress, specifically Andrew Jackson, the current U.S. president,   passed a law for the removal of all native tribes in the U.S. territory and to be relocated on small plantations farther West. This upset many tribes, because they felt that they couldn't be taken off of their land. But, the U.S. argued against that and this is really how our discussion of who rightfully owns the land begins...
  • Now,this act may sway your feelings about who rightfully owns the land, but there is still more to the story...
  • I have just released the new law and process, called "The Indian Removal Act". We are going to remove all of those savages from our land, for more land and safer areas where they won't be disrupting the homes of the settlers. Now let's get to it!
  • Yes, Mr. Jackson, I will get right on task. They'll be   done with shortly.
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