Indian Removal Act 1800s

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The Indian Removal Act The Indian Removal Act was signed as a law by President Andrew Jackson in 1830. This law was to remove and settle the Native Americans from East of the Mississippi River to the West, known as Indian Territory. This law also prohibited white people to settle in the nation. Thousands of Indians made attempts which were not violent. Many Indians refused to leave from their lands because they worked for them really hard to just be removed like that. The strongest power was still on the hands of Native Americans. In the 1830s map, the Western was called the Indian Country since they owe it at that time. Let’s take a look at what happen before all this thunder came up. So in the year 1803 it was the Louisiana Purchase Territory.
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