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    Trail Of Tears Analysis

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    Osiyo! Thats hello in cherokee. I’m Adahy nice to meet you. I’m 10 years old and a boy. I live in western North Carolina, but my relatives used to live in the more southern states til they got forced on the Trail Of Tears by Andrew Jackson’s troops. That wasn’t fair. The Cherokee brought the situation to supreme court and the judge was on their side. Andrew Jackson was greedy for land and didn’t listen to the judge . He still sent the native americans on the Trail Of Tears. I really don’t…

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    Over 17,000 Cherokee had been evicted and 4,000, possibly more, died along the way. This was not only from harsh weather condition, starvation, and disease, but also military treatment along the journey. The conflict between Native Americans and white settlers have been traced all the way back to the first colonization of the European Americans. Multiple factors had come into play after colonizing…

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    were forced to leave their homes and travel westward. Very few escaped this removal. There were five great Indian tribes that were affected by the Indian removal act. The Cherokee being the most notable and famous of the five great nations, and the only tribe to take their case to the Supreme Court. The removal of the Cherokee nation is what is known as the trail of tears. Thesis statement. The Indian removal act called for the removal of all Indians in the eastern part of the U.S to be moved…

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    Trail Of Tears History

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    single decade, this was a huge feat for the time period (GA Writers Hall of Fame). Their first publication, Cherokee Hymns, was also the first book printed using Sequoyah’s syllabary. Many pocket sized copies were mass produced for the Cherokee people to learn the Christian hymns and to carry around in the pockets of their new "white man"…

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    removal of the Cherokee, which was one of the largest tribes in the Southeast that were the earliest to adapt to European ways. There was…

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    journey. In the end if they did survive the trail their whole lifestyle was changed and they had to adapt. In 1838 and 1839, as part of Andrew Jackson 's Indian removal policy, the Cherokee nation and other Indian nation were forced to give up their land and to migrate to an established Indian Territory. The Cherokee people called this journey the "Trail of Tears," because of its devastating effects. The Trail of Tears was trail that consisted of a 1,000 miles that the Native Americans were…

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    manner in which Indian Nations were addressed by the Supreme Court. There is a notable distinction between Johnson vs. McIntosh and the Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia in how the Native American people…

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    Dbq Indian Removal

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    A significant and catastrophic event in history was the Indian Removal Act of 1830, initiated and enacted by Andrew Jackson. Standing in the way of white settlers and their path to greater prosperity were the sizable number of Native Americans. The so-called Five Civilized Tribes, which included the Cherokees, Choctaws, Creeks, Chickasaws, and Seminoles occupied the land, especially in the South, which threatened the expansion of the land-hungry Americans. President Andrew Jackson promised to…

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    You cannot explain it; you cannot reason it away.... Our friends will view this measure with sorrow, and our enemies alone with joy.” Although the Cherokee tried to maintain their territory and a good relationship with the US Government by assimilating to american-european culture, in the early 19th century the state of Georgia forced itself on the Cherokee Nation territory…

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    Indian Removal Act Dbq

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    to be true. But this did happen. It was called the Indian Removal Act that took place in 1838, where over 15,000 Cherokee Indians were forcefully removed from their homes and sent on a brutal journey almost 1,000 miles long to present day Oklahoma. This journey is known as the Trail of Tears, since so many…

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