Comparison Of Andrew Jackson And The Indian Removal Act

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The early 1800’s in America was a time of growth and development. The US government wanted to secure the nation's thriving future with expanding their land.
According to The Cherokee Nation, In 1823 when the Supreme court made a decision that the Indians could occupy land in the United states, but later came into a issue, where Andrew Jackson wanted and persistently was pushing the Cherokees out of their land, and so were not able to keep their title to the land. Then in 1831 the Cherokee took the trail back to the Supreme court. But this time according to the appeal on the Law made in 1830 which prohibited whites from living on Indian territory after March 31, 1831, without a license from that state. So when with the Supreme Court they decided that the Cherokee did not have a right to keep and have their own government in their land, the Georgia extensions of the state's law to be agents the law.
From the Indian Removal Act you can see that Andrew Jackson different Values and beliefs than the CHerokees. Andrew Jackson valued American Progress and expansion, because he wanted and continuously was trying to remove the indians out of their land because he believed that they were obstacles to the american progress. Another thing Jackson valued is power and a high place in society, this is shown when he just decided to sign the
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This can be proved because even after Andrew Jackson went against the law, he still tried to fight back for his people so they can stay in their land and keep living heir normal lives like before. Major ridge and the Cherokee Indians also valued his rights that he has from the Supreme Court. This is shown also because when the Supreme Court gives him the land, and gives it to their title. He tries to stand to that title,and when Andrew JacksoN goes against the Supreme Court to try to take it and remove them from their land, he backs his best effort to try to save the land for the
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