Cherokees On The Trail Of Tears

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American History

 

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Melody R

 

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May 14, 2014

 

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An example of how poorly the Indians were treated would be the Trail of Tears. In 1830 Congress passed the Indian Removal Act and Jackson immediately signed it. This disastrous Act was a federal permission slip for states to coerce various tribal communities of the north and eastern areas to extract themselves from their own properties, some of which had been in their families for thousands of years and included sacred spiritual and burial sites, and move out west to land that the white people admittedly did not want to occupy, Western land that was already inhabited by other Indians tribes and could prove to be hostile to the newcomers...
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This disastrous Act was a federal permission slip for states to coerce various tribal communities of the north and eastern areas to extract themselves from their own properties, some of which had been in their families for thousands of years and included sacred spiritual and burial sites, and move out west to land that the white people admittedly did not want to occupy, Western land that was already inhabited by other Indians tribes and could prove to be hostile to the newcomers...
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