Jackson and Native Americans

Jackson and Native Americans
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  • We do not want the Native Americans living in Georgia with us. They need to leave
  • I am Andrew Jackson and i agree with the white settlers demand for the Native Americans land. I want to move all of the Native Americans west to the Great Plains
  • I am President Jackson and by the indian removal act I am allowed to pay you to leave the east and move to the west.
  • In 1830 the Americans made the Cherokee land a part of Georgia. The Cherokee took it to supreme court and John Marshall ruled that Georgia had no right to interfere  with the Cherokee.
  • We are the Cherokee tribe.  We will not sell our land.
  • We are here with 500 members of Cherokee to sign the treaty of New Echota with the Americans
  • The rest of the Cherokee tribe did not want to sign the treaty. In 1836 the senate approved the treaty
  • The cherokee were forced to move west. As may as 2000 members died from illness waiting for the march west to begin
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