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(4) Indian Removal

(4) Indian Removal - Indian Removal Lecture outline...

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Indian Removal
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Lecture outline Jeffersonian to Jacksonian policy The Cherokee The Choctaw Resisting removal Red, White, and Black
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Jeffersonian Indian policy Yeoman ideal Accept civilization Indian Trade and Intercourse Act, 1802 Federal jurisdiction Treaties
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Conflict Tecumseh and Tenskwatawa Creek War Andrew Jackson Horseshoe Bend, 1814
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Jackson’s Policy His background State jurisdiction Indian Removal Act, 1830
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The Cherokee Nation The Jeffersonian ideal? White Georgia settlers Georgia legislature, 1829 Supreme Court, 1832 Jackson’s response
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Removal Treaty J.F. Schermerhorn Pro-removal Cherokees Ross detained Newspaper suppressed Treaty ratified Trail of Tears
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The Choctaw Nation Choctaw Treaty, 1805 Mississippi legislature, 1830 Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, 1830
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Choctaw “Land allotment strategy” Land grants Supplies, tools Title as collateral Lost land David Folsom
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