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The Indian Removal Act of 1830: Moving Out. Evie Furrick. OBJECTIVES. The student will be able to define the main parts of the Indian Removal Act The student will be able to come to a decision on weather or not the Indian Removal Act was a wise course of actions. Background Information.

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The indian removal act of 1830 moving out

The Indian Removal Act of 1830:Moving Out

EvieFurrick


Objectives

OBJECTIVES

  • The student will be able to define the main parts of the Indian Removal Act

  • The student will be able to come to a decision on weather or not the Indian Removal Act was a wise course of actions


Background information

Background Information


The indian removal act of 1830 moving out

  • Early 19thCentry-America is rapidly expanding into new territory

    • Growing Population

      • Growing Native American Population


The indian removal act of 1830 moving out

  • 1823

    • The Supreme Court passes a law which states that Indians can occupy lands within the United States, but cannot hold title to those land sates that Indians can occupy lands within the United, but cannot hold title to those lands


The indian removal act of 1830 moving out

  • 1829

    • Andrew Jackson wins the 1828 election and becomes President of the United States


The major players

The Major Players

  • Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chicasaw and Seminole nations

  • Andrew Jackson

  • Supreme Court


The native american nations

The Native American Nations


Challenges

Challenges


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