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The reason why the Indian Removal Act happened is because Andrew Jackson wanted the Indian's land. The land was fertile and very valuable.
Why did the Indian Removal Act happen?
American settlers moved into their newly claimed land. They cultivated crops and started communities.
I'm going to show you how the Indian Removal Act effected Native Americans and what the Trail of Tears was like.
The Indian Removal act caused many tribes, such as the Cherokee and Choctaw, to be removed from their lands and relocated.
The tribes had to go through difficult conditions such as snow and rain. People were dying from starvation, cold (hypothermia), and diseases. At least 4,000 Native Americans died.
What we learned today is that the Indian Removal Act was horrible and tragic for the Native Americans, but a good thing for the American Settlers.
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