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Why did the US government want the Cherokees land?
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Asked in Cherokee Indians, Treaties, Trail of Tears
Why was the Cherokees' last treaty a sham?
Because they eventually started stealing land from the Cherokees. Answer 2: ________________________________________________ The treaty of New Echota was intended to steal land from the Cherokee, even though the treay before that one promised that the US Government would not take any more land. The Cherokee tribe refused to sign the treaty, so the US Government asked a few US Citizens to sign it on behalf of the tribe (for money) and they did. The US Supreme court found that the treaty was invalid; but that did not stop the government from taking the land anyway.
Why did the government want the native Americans removed from their land?
Why did the us government want treaties with the Indians?
Asked in Native American History, Cherokee Indians
How did the Cherokees fight and loss of land differ from other Indian tribes?
Asked in Cherokee Indians
How should the US government have behaved in dealing with the disputes between the Cherokees and the white settlers?
Asked in Deeds and Ownership, Genocide
When US troops forced Cherokees from their land Americans fail an important test What was the test and why did they fail?
Asked in US Constitution
What is the plant of the government for the US the supreme law of a land?
Asked in US Constitution
What is the plan of the government for the US the supreme law of the land?
Why did the US government remove the Cherokee from their land?
Asked in Native American History
Why did the US government require all native Americans to move to reservations?
How did the us government deal with native americans?
Asked in Conspiracy Theories
Why does the government want to kill us?
Yes the government is trying to kills us. they contaminated our water and food. they also trick us to buy energy efficent light bulbs that have mercury and dont help us save energy. the government is covering us this by what is know as agenda 21 no its not to improve the us but to make the one world government and to also take our right and land away.
Were US government grants of land to the railroad industry gifts?
Asked in Politics and Government
How did the us government assist citizens who wanted to conduct trade and acquire land in the far west?
Asked in Business and Industry, Century - 1800s
What is an advantage for US businesses in the 1800s?