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Please address ONE of the following questions.

Please address ONE of the following questions....then meaningfully reply to at least three of your classmates (two of whom responded to the OTHER question (so if you respond to #1 at least two of your replies should be directed to those who addressed #2)). And be sure to respond to issues that your classmates raised regarding your initial post.

1) Could Tecumseh's plan for a Pan-Indian Confederation, a nation of unified Indians stretching from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, have worked if his brother, Tenskwatawa, had not prematurely engaged the United States forces at Tippecanoe? I do not want a summary of what happened, but rather for you to consider the sources and come up with an analysis of why the Confederation could have worked, or why it was doomed?

2) Could a Cherokee nation - a dependent but sovereign land - have survived in the United States had Andrew Jackson adhered to the Supreme Court's ruling regarding Worcester v. Georgia/ This is a "what if" question. Read Chapter Four in the Calloway text and do a little Internet research (including the PBS videos). l From these sources, I want you to synthesize an answer. I don’t need a summary of what happened…but you need to base your arguments on something tangible.

This question was asked on Jan 25, 2013.

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