Andrew Jackson And The Indian Removal Act

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The Indian Removal Act was a deal, which made the president, Andrew Jackson, of The Unites States authorised to resettle the Indian tribes who lived in the eastern parts of Mississippi. The deal was signed in 1829 and took effect in 1830. The main reason for why Jackson signed the deal was plain and simple. The American soldiers found huge amounts of gold in the areas of the Natives, and they wanted the Natives removed so that they could dig and search for more. A few of the tribes decided to leave peacefully, while others tried to resist Andrews unfair policy. However, during the winter of 1838 and 1839, the Cherokees were removed and threatened to leave their areas. Approximately 4000 Cherokees died as a result of the removal, and this is
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