The painting "The Trail of Tears" itself does not directly illustrate a belief in limited government. However, the historical event it depicts, the forced relocation of Native Americans by the United States government, can be seen as a violation of limited government principles. The government's involvement in carrying out such a policy represented a disregard for individual rights and limited government power.
The term "Trail of Tears" or "Trail where they cried" is used to describe the forced removal of Native American tribes, particularly the Cherokee Nation, from their ancestral lands in the southeastern United States to Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) in the 1830s. The name reflects the immense suffering and loss endured by the Native Americans during this forced relocation, during which thousands died due to exposure, disease, and starvation.
The Native Americans were forced to walk the Trail of Tears in 1838 and 1839. This was a result of the Indian Removal Act of 1830, which authorized the eviction of Native American tribes from their ancestral lands in the southeastern United States. The forced relocation resulted in the deaths of thousands of Native Americans.
It all depends on which tribe you are referring to because of that fact that different tribes lived in different locations, hence there was more then one Trail of Tears. I've attached a pictured that shows the multiple trails, just click on the related link.
There is no specific proportion available as it would depend on various factors such as the individuals' physical condition, access to resources, and the specific winter conditions. Walking 800 miles in winter can be extremely challenging and dangerous, especially if adequate preparations are not made. It is advisable to consult historical data or specific studies for a more accurate estimation.
Andrew Jackson is associated with the Trail of Tears and the abolishment of the National Bank. As president, he signed the Indian Removal Act of 1830, which resulted in the forced relocation of thousands of Native Americans from their ancestral lands. Jackson also vetoed the rechartering of the Second Bank of the United States in 1832 and eventually succeeded in dismantling it.
In 1838, the Cherokee people were forcibly removed from their lands in the Southeastern United States to the Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma) in the Western United States, which resulted in the deaths of approximately 4,000 Cherokees. In the Cherokee language, the event is called Nu na da ul tsun yi-"the Place Where They Cried". The Cherokee Trail of Tears resulted from the enforcement of the Treaty of New Echota, an agreement signed under the provisions of the Indian Removal Act of 1830, which exchanged Native American land in the East for lands west of theMississippi River, but which was never accepted by the elected tribal leadership or a majority of the Cherokee people.
Yes, the Trail of Tears was a cruel and tragic event. Thousands of Native Americans were forcibly removed from their ancestral lands and subjected to grueling conditions during their forced march to designated territories. Many died from exposure, disease, and starvation along the way.
In mint shape about 450.00--in good shape about 350.00
The Indian Removal Act of 1830 ; see related link below .
I would say so.
because the Cherokee were forced to leave their homes, and about 4000 died on the march.
They believed if they didn't move peacefully, they would be moved by force.
In the Trail of Tears, about 4,000 of the 16,000 Cherokee Indians died to their new journey to Oklahoma from Georgia.
By getting permission to lead there people on the trails.
The Cherokee people lived in the Southeastern US. They were forced to walk from NC to OK where they were placed on a reservation. About 1/3 of all the Cherokee People in the world died on that march. The route that they followed became known as the Trail of Tears.
There are two separate questions that answer both of the included questions here (see linked questions). The Arkansas Gazette quoted Thomas Harkins (A Choctaw) as saying "[it was] a trail of tears and death" it was most likely this quote that eventually lead to naming the act of removing the Indians.
As to what the Trail of Tears was, and the tribes involved; it is better if you read the other explanation as it is long (even in its brief form).
The Seminole tribe were the furthest from Oklahoma, and were the most distant tribe. A great portion of their journey was done by ship however, and the Cherokee were the furthest eastern tribe forced to walk the entire distance.