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indian removal - Sean Martin History 153 Indian Removal...

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History 153 Indian Removal Indian Removal In the nineteenth century the United States issued the Indian removal acted. Due to the rapid growth of the United State the government had to purchase the land off the Indians. They promised the Indian better land out west. This acted hurt the Indians that they move their relationship with the Americans and caused a lot of deaths. I will prove that this was a bad idea on the Americans part they end up killing thousands of Indians just to get more land. The Indian removal act was passed in 1830, which help President Andrew Jackson to buy some of the land off the Indians. The United States Army more around 100,000 Indians to the west to what was known as the Indian Territory to the government. This Acted didn’t force the Indians to move but if they didn’t move they would have no protection or funds, and let to be at the mercy of their state. The president put great pressure onto the leaders of the tribes that needed to be moved to see if they don’t need to send the army down to move them. Most groups moved without any problems and agreed to move. The government needed more
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