Summary Of The 1830 Indian Removal Act

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In 1830 Andrew Jackson passed the “1830 Indian Removal Act” (2) though senate. Out of the five major Native American groups that were affected by this legislation, only the Cherokee decided not to run or give up, but rather fight in the courts. This led to the most referenced court case in the supreme court history. This court case is a mile stone in the United States History due to, the events leading up to the court case, the Supreme Court ruling represents, and what became of the court’s decision.
In the 1820 there was a racial culture developing among the Unite States. A mentality started to develop that Native Americans were uneducated savages and they cannot be changed due to their race. This mentality became Henny Knox main source of

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