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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