Indian Removal Storyboard
The Cherokee try to adapt to white man's culture by allowing Missionaries to build schools and teach the kids in hopes that they won't be removed.
"I can read and write in both Cherokee and English!
After Georgia finds gold on the Cherokee's land, and they try to remove them. The Cherokee sue the state of Georgia in Worcester v. Georgia, and win.
The Supreme Court ruled that the Cherokee nation is a distinct community and the laws of Georgia do not apply
Georgia ignores the Supreme Court's ruling, and forces the Cherokee to leave anyways. The Cherokee travel for 800 miles to the west, where many die, creating the Trail of Tears.
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