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Oklahoma History. Chapter 5. New Echota. Cherokee’s ancestral lands capital in Georgia. Council House, Supreme House, and Print Shop, three of the reconstructed buildings in New Echota, were originally owned by Cherokee.

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new echota
New Echota
  • Cherokee’s ancestral lands capital in Georgia.

Council House, Supreme House, and Print Shop, three of the reconstructed buildings in New Echota, were originally owned by Cherokee.

The monument on New Echota Historic Site honored the Cherokees who died on the Trail of Tears.

New Echota

Sign

1825

gold in georgia
Gold in Georgia
  • This mineral was found in Georgia which would eventualy get the Cherokee’s removed from their ancestral lands.
samuel worcester
Samuel Worcester
  • Cherokee Missionary who did religious work to help the Cherokee Indians.
  • Samuel was placed in prison for not signing a loyalty oath to the state of Georgia.
worcester vs georgia
Worcester –vs- Georgia
  • Supreme court case in which the Cherokees fought versus the state of Georgia for their rights.
  • Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Cherokee.
andrew jackson
Andrew Jackson
  • In response to the Supreme Court’s decision, he was quoted as saying “let them enforce it!”
signed treaty of cherokee lands
Signed treaty of Cherokee lands
  • Elias Boudinot- Stan Watie - John Ridge – David Vann
eastern band of cherokee
Eastern Band of Cherokee
  • Occupation – Farmer’s and Merchants
seminole
Seminole
  • The Seminole Indian were the hardest of the 5 Civilized Tribes to be removed.
  • Also most costly!
  • Wool clothing – Heat!
osceolo
Osceolo
  • Seminole Chief who fought hard against removal.