The Indian Removal Act 1830 relocated thousands of Cherokees from Georgia to Indian Territory for the purpose of?
Making land available for white miners and farmers
The Indian removal act relocated thousands of Cherokees from Georgia to Indian territory for the purpose of?
to make land available for white miners and farmers
The forced relocation of Cherokees from Georgia to Oklahoma resulted in the deaths of thousands on the?
trail of tears
I assume you are referring to the Cherokees, who were a tribe of what were then called "Indians." Sadly, as the United States grew and expanded, a number of Americans believed that they had a right to the land inhabited by the Indians, and many tribes were forcibly moved, often relocated to reservations under brutal conditions. In 1838, residents of Georgia decided they wanted the land the Cherokees occupied. In the event known today as… Read More
The Trail of Tears
The Cherokees were victims of European settlers. In the early part of the 19th century they were forced from Georgia to the Oklahoma Territory. Perhaps the most significant war they fought was with other Native Tribes at the US Civil War Battle of Pea Ridge. They sided with the Confederates.
Cherokees are usual residents of Georgia,Virginia,Kentucky,Tennessee,and North & South Carolina. Most Cherokees were forced to move to Oklahoma in the 1800's along the "Trail of Tears."
its really easy
Many of the Cherokee were forced from the Carolinas and Georgia and moved to Oklahoma.
The Trail Of Tears.
most of them went to okaloma some went to Georgia too.
They walked from Georgia to Oklahoma which is about 1500 miles.
The Indian Removal Act of 1830
They lived in Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
The Treaty of New Echota meant forced emigration for the Cherokee Indians. Cherokees who favored removal, known as the "Ridge Party" led by John Ridge, engineered the treaty which agreed to pay the Cherokee nation $4.5 million to leave Georgia peacefully. The bulk of the Cherokee nation opposed this treaty and rejected its terms. However, the treaty commissioner, John F. Schermerhorn, went ahead without the support of the Cherokees or Chief John Ross. On December… Read More
Jackson appealed to the Supreme Court for authority to move the Cherokees from Georgia.
A year after the Cherokees made their consitiution, the Cherokee Nation, travellers found amounts of gold in Georgia, the Cherokee's homeland in the rocks. They found it in 1828.
The trail of tears is an 800 mile forced march made by the Cherokee from the homeland in Georgia to Indian territory (caused by the Indian removal act.); it resulted in thousands of deaths of the Cherokee
The president, Andrew Jackson, recognized the Cherokeee indians as a communitty, seperate than apart of the state of Georgia.
US Supreme Court
No. Georgia was one of the original 13 states.
Because Cherokee territory is sovereign territory outside of the state's jurisdiction.
Georgia is a state and has a governor not a mayor. There are thousands of cities in Georgia with mayors which city would you like.
The Cherokees', for the first time got what they wanted.
`The new settlers wanted the Cherokees to move. They wanted them to make way for white settlements.
The Cherokee Indians were attacked by the Georgia militia and in response they sued the state
Andrew Jackson's Indian Removal Act of 1830. In the case of Cherokee Nation v. Georgia, Supreme court ruled in favor of cherokees. they could keep their land. Jackson didnt care and ignored the judgment of SUPREME COURT and forced the cherokees to oklahoma (trail of tears)
This question / answer can only be estimated. They lived in the area between 20,000 to 650,000 years (depending on which scientist you listen to)
The cherokee (along with other tribes) were relocated from southeastern US to the Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma) in which they have to travel long distance. Their homes were burned and their properties were destroyed. Farms were given to settler through Georgia Land Lottery. They were however promised 5 million dollar for the land. During the relocation, many Indians were exposed to disease, starvation and cold where 4000 out of 15000 Cherokee died. Some were… Read More
Which native Americans were the last to live in present day Georgia prior to the arrival of the europeans?
Cherokees and Creeks. There were other tribes living in Georgia but most were absorbed by the Creek, driven out or killed off by war and disease.
Salvery started thousands of years ago, and I'm pretty sure Georgia was not dicovered then.
No. Georgia was a charter given to James Oglethorpe, created as an asylum for debtors.
No. It is a former Soviet Union territory.
None, Georgia did not pass any laws the United States did - The Indian Removal Act of 1930
The United Kingdom owns the sub-Antarctic overseas territory. South Georgia Island belongs to Britain. It is often not considered a part of South America, as it is closer to Antarctica. The United Kingdom. They are an overseas territory.
Georgia was a rural area. Mainly just farming. It was also an indentured servent territory.
Trail of Tears
The Europeans, French and Englishmen wanted to put the Native American Indians on reservations and limit their land so they they could farm for gold and own a larger amount of land for crops and animals. I hope this answers your question <3 This is what I learnt in class last week anyway : D
the group was the Cherokees. From another Douglas 5th grade student trying to get puzzle done!!
People in England who needed to get out of debt moved to Georgia. It was also founded to keep Spain from expanding territory.
The government created and enforced many "trails of tears". The one that history records made most famous was that of the Cherokee. Forced to walk thousands of miles from Georgia to Oklahoma, four thousand Indians are thought to have died. This removal was against the findings of the Supreme Court of the United States who said the Cherokee would have to agree with the removal. They never did.
They lived in southeastern Georgia and Florida, where they continue to live today. Some were force relocated to Oklahoma as well where some still live.
Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia have territory at that latitude.
Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, Turkey
Georgia, which bordered Spanish Florida.
The Trail of Tears, refers to the forced relocation between 1836 to 1839 of the Cherokee Nation from their lands in Georgia, Texas, Tennessee, Alabama, and North Carolina to the Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma) in the Western United States, which resulted in the deaths of approximately 4,000 Cherokees, although many of our people may tell you that it was far more than 4000. - JunFanFighter
The Cherokees won a court case allowing them to stay in Georgia. US President Jackson would not honor the court's decision. Jackson was soon to leave office as his term was expiring. The actual and formal relocation of the Cherokee Native Tribe began under President Van Buren. Earlier, Chereokees had been forcefully been removed from certain deep south states.