Why were Cherokees moved to reservations?
Because the white men were coming and the moved the Indians to oklahoma, also known as the trail of tears.
One set of Cherokee's moved to reservation, or reservation type lands during the Trail of Tears. As of today they are still on those lands, the Western Band of Cherokee do not live on reservations.
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
Many of the Cherokee were forced from the Carolinas and Georgia and moved to Oklahoma.
Cherokees were a tribe where literacy rate was nil, they were dependent on agriculture or traditional textile. While the other segments had moved to industrialization, Cherokees took time to catch up so they were in poverty for long.
Getting moved to Reservations
The Cherokees had to move cause the settlers found out that the Cherokees found gold. The Cherokee moved west because President Andrew Jackson and the US Army ignored the ruling of the US Supreme Court and forced them at gun point to go.
Moved to reservations.
the significance of reservations is that the united states government moved native americans to reservations to make more land available for settlers and railroads
Native American's were NOT moved onto reservations in the great plains in the early 1800's, it was the late 1800's. They were moved there for the same reasons they were always pushed into these areas; the US Government and its people wanted their land and its natural resources.
Cherokees were in GA and they had to be moved to Oklahoma so.. it happened between GA to Oklahoma 800miles!
The Cherokee homes were permanent because they lived in wig wams and longhouses.
He moved the Native Americans to reservations in Oklahoma.
It was expected they would learn Christianity.
They forced to moved west or north or to live on reservations
Native Americans were moved from ancestral lands to reservations.
the native Americans were on reservations or had moved West. They were not available in the South.
American Indians faced the invasion of other cultures that forced their removal from the fertile lands of their ancestors. Many tribes were moved to reservations to isolate, control and to make them more "civilized" in the eyes of the conquerors.
European settlers wanted the land and it's resources (i.e. gold, lumber, soil...)
white settlers viewed this land as unusable and far away
white settlers viewed this land as unusable and far away
What did the American government do with the Native American populations after the army conquered them?
The Native Americans tried to defend their territory, but were not strong enough to protect themselves and their homes. They were either killed during the Indian Wars or moved to Indian Reservations. Even today many Native Americans still live on these Indian Reservations. The movement West displaced many Native Americans from their native homes. They were moved to Reservations that were often a long way from their native land. Not long after Congress herded the… Read More
Native Americans who were forced to move to reservations faced many conditions. Perhaps the worst was poverty. Other conditions they faced included starvation, corruption, despair, lack of health care, and inadequate housing.,
The Creeks and the Cherokees were among the tribes moved West on the "Trail of Tears" on the orders (illegal by the way) of President Andrew Jackson.
To put it simply, the Native Americans were moved from their land because the white settlers from Europe wanted it. They were able to overpower the Native Americans and force them to give up the land. Later in American history, the United States government allotted land for the Native Americans in the form of reservations. Conditions on the reservations have been very poor historically and continue to be so.
The outcome was the Native Americans lost their lands, were killed, and moved to reservations.
Out of about 15,000 Cherokees moved. Around 4000 died. As for the other Indian tribes Im not sure, but I hope you find this useful. -Ctl
For the various tribes involved, the Trail lasted from 1831 to 1838. The Cherokees were the last tribe moved, after they won the Supreme Court case Cherokee Nation vs. the US. President Andrew Jackson moved them contrary to orders from the court.
The Cherokees dressed usually in furs.
The Cherokees today get on answer.com to answer these questions!
how do Cherokees practice spirituality
read the book "trail of Tears". The Cherokee nation was the first native Americans to be relocated to the reservation.
Because it is easier for the Army to fight a small group of Indians rather than a large group.
Generally speaking the Cherokee were decedents of the Mound Builder culture, sometimes called the Mississippian culture. It is not clear, or definable, that they moved from or to the area of the country where they were 'discovered' by European settlers.
I believe +99 Grand Cherokees moved to a distributorless system, you will only have coilpacks. They are normally 1 coil park for 2 cylinders.
Longview Cherokees was created in 1952.
The Indian peace Commission recommended that all plains Indians should be moved to 2 reservations, one in Oklahoma and the other in the Dakotas.
They were moved from their land to reservations. That is what the Trail of Tears was all about and 4,000 men, women, and children were forced to walk from GA to OK.
white settlers discovered gold snd silver in land already set aside for native americans
because they did not want people that had different cultures to live in the same area as more settlers moved to Indian territories.
white settlers discovered gold and silver in land already set aside for native americans. -m
There are over 314,000 federally recognized Cherokees.
how is the Cherokees chief similar and different from our president
Not just Cherokees. there were the Seminoles, Chickasaws, Creeks, Choctaw .
Andrew Jackson believed that Native Americans should accept white culture or be moved to western territories. Jackson didn't think that they could have their own governments within the borders of the U.S.
No, the Trail of Tears did not include the Sioux Indian Tribe. Instead, the groups of Indians forced along the Trail included the Choctaw, the Seminole, the Chickasaw, and the Cherokees. Most of these tribes provided resistance from the U.S. Government. Eventually, they were forced onto reservations provided by the government.
The Indian Removal Act sent the Indians to reservations in the Oklahoma Territory which you probably guessed is present day Oklahoma
The Native Americans treatment can best be described as people who are discriminated against, whose ancestral lands stolen, moved to reservations, and treated poorly since 1492. Treaties were broken by the government and the Native American tribes left to starve to death on reservations.
Thousands of Cherokees died while walking to Oklahoma.
The Trail of Tears was a sad and brutal thing. About 1/4 of 17,000 Cherokees died on the Trail of Tears. ( that's 4,000 Cherokees ) Writtin by, Tiki