Where did the native Americans go after they were forced out by Indian removal act?
They were forced out because president Jackson wanted more land and gold, and passed the Indian Removal Act. Some Indians signed the bill, while others were forced out. It wasn't because they were weak.
The Indian removal act forced Native Americans to migrate to reservations in Indian territory in order to do what?
By the end of the 1830s the Southeastern Indian tribes were forcible moved to the west of which river?
The Anglo-American westward expansion was devastating to the Native Americans. More and more of their lands were being taken. The buffalo and other food sources were either killed or destroyed. Native Americans were forced to give up their nomadic way of life and move in to more permanent structures. The Indian Removal Act forced the Native Americans to move on to reservations, while their children were taken and forced to abandon their religion, culture, and…
Why did Andrew Jackson support the policy of using force to move Native Americans beyond the Mississippi River?
The result of the Indian Removal Act was that it allowed the President to remove Native Americans from their homelands. In return for the land they lost, the Native Americans would receive land in the Indian Territory, which is now the state of Oklahoma. by Mikayla Gear: > Native Americans were moved to lands west of the Mississippi River. (by gamzee for apex)
The Indian Removal Act did not state that the Indian Had to go west of the Mississippi. The Act actually gave the President the right to negotiate with the tribes their removal to west of the mississippi. The tribes would first have to agree to this. Jackson broke this law and forced the removal of several tribes.
What are some possible effects that the Indian Removal Act might have on Native Americans already living in the west?
Andrew Jackson is known for the mistreatment of the Native Americans. After the Indian Removal Act of 1830, several Native American tribes, such as the Cherokee, Creek, Seminole, Chickasaw, and Choctaw Indians were forced to leave their homelands on what is known today as the Trail of Tears. Over 6000 Native Americans died on this trail.
Both the Indian Removal Act and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the 'Mormon' church) began in the spring of 1830. The Indian Removal act sent many Native American Tribes west of the Mississippi River. These relocated tribes were encountered by the Mormons about 15 years later when the Mormons were forced west of the Mississippi River as well. The Native Americans felt sorry for the Mormons and helped them survive in the…