Chapter 6. Indian Removal. Indian Removal. 1783-1838 One of the darkest periods in Indian (Native American) history. Forced out of their traditional lands and moved to unknown territories . Georgia was no exception. James Vann. Cherokee Indian Chief Plantation owner Had slaves
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One of the darkest periods in Indian (Native American) history.
Chief James Vann
The Vann House
A constant conflict remained between the Indians and westward moving settlers.
Capitol building at New Echota
“The Seven Years War”
Washington surrendering to the French
Cherokee, Delaware, Shawnee, Ottawa…
Most tribes sided with the French
Hiding behind trees ad in the cover of the forest (Guerrilla War)
Dressed in bright uniforms, marched in formation, with drums pounding and band playingFrench and Indian War
Georgia’s version of the War of 1812
Battle of Horseshoe Bend
Andrew Jackson Collage
President James Monroe
Dahlonega Gold Coin
Governor George Troup
Chief Justice John Marshall