Removal Of Cherokee Indians

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on the other side of the Mississippi River the Cherokee Indians have been living there for the past decade, but now the Indians are forced to move. In the last few years there has been a lot of discrepancies with the 13 colonies. In summary, there has been people for the removal of Cherokees and there has been people against it. As a reader to the document there is no need to kick someone out of a place because they live

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