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Who was Tecumseh and what was his vision? Tecumseh was a man who “led a revolution of the human”. Helped fight for the Shawnee in order to keep their land. He wanted to make sure Indian Life would continue at any cost. What was the Indian factory system and how did it impact the Shawnee? What was President Thomas Jefferson’s attitude and policy toward Native Americans?The Indian Factory system was an establishment of government forts to accept furs. It made Indians debtors of the U.S. occur debts and pay only through land. Not enough land to hunt, no food and constantly moving. What happened during the War of 1812?Understand the alliance between the British and the Native Americans and the impact of the war on the Native Americans.Understand the forced removal of the Cherokee. What was the Indian Removal Act? What was the importance of the Worcester vs. Georgiaruling? What was the Treaty of Echota and what did it call for? What was the Trail of Tears?The Indian Removal Act authorized the president to negotiate the removal of native Americans from lands east of the Mississippi to land west of the Mississippi. Ruling that Georgia law did not apply to sovereign Cherokee land. Gergia Law stated that non native americans needed permission from state of Gergia to stay on Cherokee lands. Worcester was a chirstian preacher. Supreme Court ruled that Gergia had no jurisdiction over sovereign Cherokee land. Gergia had no respect for Cherokee, Imposed authority over policy of their land. Challenged the court System, Cherokee landover theirs, their land their lives. Andrew Jackson openly defys supreme court. What was Eric Williams’ thesis on the topic of why Africans were enslaved? What was Winthrop Jordan’s thesis on the topic of why Africans were enslaved? What was David Eltis’ thesis on the topic of why Africans were enslaved? More economically beneficial to enslave Africans. Enslaved because of the cultural, physical, and religion-based differences. African slaves even though Europeans were better salves economically. What was Nat Turner’s revolt? Who did William Lloyd Garrison blame for the revolt?

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