Andrew Jackson was the president during Indian removal act
President Andrew Jackson
In 1657 Virginia passed a fugitive slave law.
The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was written in 1921 and first introduced in Congress in 1923. It passed Congress in 1972, was not ratified during the 10-year period allowed.
This would take me or anyone several hours to answer. In any given year hundreds and thousands of laws are passed/or amended at various levels of government.
It was on May 28, 1830 that the Indian Removal Act was passed. A number of Christian missionaries opposed the passing of the bill.
Congress passed the Indian Removal Act. It passed the Senate on 24 April 1830 and the House of Representatives on 26 May 1830. President Andrew Jackson signed it into law on 26 May 1830.
1830----May 28th, 1830, to be exact
The law (The Indian Removal Act) was passed on May 26th 1830, the first actions were taken in September of 1830. If you mean "Indian Removal" in general, then that would be October 12th 1492.
This lead to the Trail of Tears, a harsh and miserable journey for the Native Americans. This resulted 1/4 of the Cherokee population to die. In the spring of 1830 Congress had passed the Indian Removal Act, and on May 28 of that year President Andrew Jackson signed the bill into law. The act gave the president the authority to negotiate "removal" treaties with all of the Indian tribes east of the Mississippi River. Under these agreements, each tribe would surrender its homeland in the East and relocate within a stated period of time to a territory west of that great waterway.
Indian national congress was formed in the year 1985 by womesh chandra banergee