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Indian Removal Act

The Indian Removal Act was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson on May 28, 1830. The act authorized him to negotiate with the Indians in the southern United States for their removal to federal territory west of the Mississippi River in exchange for their homelands.

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ANDREW JACKSON WAS HILTER Killings of Native American sense 1492 Cherokee,Chickasaw,Choctaw,and Seminoles and murder Native Americans and stoles our land that started the Indian Removal Act in 1830.Made 7th President after doing so then adopted a Native American. At a time when fear of removal from tribal homelands permeated Native American communities, many native people served in the military during the Civil War. These courageous men fought with distinction, knowing they might jeopardize their freedom, unique cultures, and ancestral lands if they ended up on the losing side of the white man's war. In an interesting twist of history, General Ely S. Parker, a member of the Seneca tribe, drew up the articles of surrender which General Robert E. Lee signed at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865. Gen. Parker, who served as Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's military secretary and was a trained attorney, was once rejected for Union military service because of his race. At Appomattox, Lee is said to have remarked to ...
"Although he signed the Indian Removal Act, Jackson also adopted a pair of Native infants during the Creek War."
BLACK HISTORY MONTH/www.apluszips.com The Seminoles are a Native American people originally of Florida. Today, most Seminoles live in Oklahoma with a minority in Florida. During their early decades, the Seminoles became increasingly independent of other Creek groups and established their own identity. The Seminoles of Florida call themselves the "Unconquered People," descendants of just 300 Indians who managed to elude capture by the U.S. army in the 19th century. Run-ins with white settlers were becoming more regular by the turn of the century. Settlers wanted Indian land and their former slaves back. In 1817, these conflicts escalated into the first of three wars against the United States. Future U.S. President Andrew Jackson invaded then-Spanish Florida, attacked several key locations, and pushed the Seminoles farther south into Florida. After passage of the Indian Removal Act in 1830, the U.S. government attempted to relocate Seminoles to Oklahoma, causing yet another war -- the Second Seminole War. . ...
The very next time your conservative friend starts going on and on about how evil it is for the President of the United States to "rule" by executive order, point out that the Emancipation Proclamation was an executive order. So was the Louisiana Purchase. You might also point out that the notorious Indian Removal Act was an Act of Congress and that the Dred Scott decision was made by the U.S. Supreme Court. The reactions you get will likely be very entertaining.
The time Andrew Jackson signed into law the Indian Removal Act.
Indian removal was a 19th-century policy of ethnic cleansing by the government of the United States to relocate Native American tribes living east of the Mississippi River to lands west of the river. The Indian Removal Act was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson on May 26, 1830.
Alabama Fever Alabama Fever was the land rush that occurred as settlers and speculators moved in to establish land claims in Alabama as Native American tribes ceded territory. It came to be, as the movement of farmers continued ever further west to new states and territories in the pursuit of fertile land for growing cotton. It was one of the first great American land booms until superseded by the California Gold Rush in 1848. The term, Alabama Fever, was used as early as 1817, during the Alabama Territory period. Settlers came primary from the seaboard Old South states such as Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and eastern Georgia. There, land fertility had declined to a point that cotton cultivation had become difficult. Alabama had a population estimated at under 10,000 people in 1810, but it had increased to more than 300,000 people by 1830. Most Native American tribes were completely removed from the state within a few years of the passage of the Indian Removal Act by the United States Cong ...
After the passage of the shameful Indian Removal Act in 1830, all remaining southeastern tribes were
it's like, we can discuss the Holocaust and the Indian Removal Act but nobody wants to talk about a guy in blackface lol
Most people recognize the name Cherokee, making the tribe one of the best known in history. The name itself means “real or principal people.” The Cherokee lived in the dense evergreen forests among the Allegheny and Great Smokey mountains. The area was plentiful with game, fish and plant life. Villages of homes made of wooden poles covered with woven mats were raised along the banks of rivers and streams. Typically the houses surrounded a round, community Council House used for social and religious ceremonies. The women farmed corn, beans, squash and sunflowers which they preserved for use year-round. Gourds raised were used as utensils, storage containers and ceremonial rattles. Women and children also gathered wild grapes, berries, nuts and greens to round out the diet of game and fish supplied by the men, who caught fish in stone weirs. Sometimes the men would mix a potion of poisonous roots and bark and place it in the water. This would make the fish disoriented and very easy to catch. Men and wom ...
Good morning. Good morning. I just want to share a few facts about Nanticoke (True spelling Nantikoke, we didn't have the letter "c", back in those days. . The original Nanticoke home land was located in Delaware and Maryland. Many Nanticoke people still live in Delaware today, while others joined Lenape and Munsee and live in New Jersey,Pennsylvania, Ohio. During the "Indian Removal Act", Sharp Knife (Andrew Jackson) force many from our homeland and placed us in "Indian Territory." We share this place with the Western Band Cherokees. We are known as the Delaware Indian Nation. The Nanticokes didn't wear long headdress. We usually wore beaded headbands with a feather or two in the back, pointed down to " Catch the Wind." Nanticokes painted their faces with different colors and designs for different occasions, and Nanticoke men often wore tattoos of their animal Totem. Men and women both wore their hair in long braids (sometimes called Blatts) but in times of war, but warriors often wore a Mohawk hairsty . ...
"It is never too late to be just." Cong. Henry Storrs of NY, arguing vs Indian Removal Act of May 15, 1830.
AIB Presents Trail of Tears In 1830, President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law, giving him authority to negotiate with South Eastern Na...
"Who didn't support the Indian removal act?" "Indians."
Concerning L. Brooks Patterson-To our credit, as Native Americans, I believe this must be handled with civility and tact. I more than understand my fellow Native American's opinion of the government and the dominate culture, as we have long suffered atrocities, but isn't it more than past time 'we, as Americans too', continue to take steps toward putting the 'us' in the U.S.? Let me remind us all that we are Americans too, we pay taxes too, we elect officials, they work for us, it is not the other way around. Even one of their greatest Presidents (as well as the first to propose 'The Indian Removal Act', placing our people on reservations) said himself; "Resistance to Tyranny is Obedience to God". Regardless of whether or not he gives a heartfelt apology, the public still must be made aware that this type of outdated attitude perpetuated by persons such as himself toward us, must go. This antiquated attitude is especially most egregious when he represents one of our elected governmental officials. Our cou ...
Social studies test tomorrow on Indian Removal Act unit. Students reviewed today in class. Look over our texts and map…
wel the Indian removal act of 1830 isn't very funny...
Each US President has had the issues of their day to contend with…Lincoln, had his hands full and did a great job in keeping the county together as the United States of America, in spite of “states’ rights”, slavery and the loss of 600,000 plus lives. It has been 236 years since the Declaration of Independence and ever so slowly we have evolved or changed to put in practice “all men are created equal.” 1830 The Indian Removal Act (the Trail of Tears resulted.) (64 years after the Declaration) 1863 The Emancipation Proclamation (87 years after the Declaration) 1920 Women Right to Vote (19th amendment) (134 years after the Declaration) 1954 Brown vs the Board of Education- separate but equal changed to allow the integration of public Schools (178 year after the Declaration) 1967 Loving vs the State of Virginia (interracial marriages allowed) (191 Years after the Declaration) 1993 Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (217 years after the Declaration) 2008 Barack Obama elected as the President of the Un ...
the rightwing hated it, but passed the Indian Removal Act, initiating the "Trail of Tears."
"Brutal beatings or the Indian Removal Act [touched] Emmett Fuller’s head..both of these were the fault of his father"
Was watching news and saw an interview with a democratic senator stating he wants old America back. Would that be the slavery, or Indian removal act, or the war we had over the slaves?
well I thought the Indian Removal Act seemed like a good idea at the time but now I realize that it was a little harsh.
Showing my roommates the Indian Removal Act video for the laughs
And the he asked what the Indian removal act was . I said it was when people were removed . She said Indians
Finally passed the Indian Removal Act. I’m so happy I can finally get those savages out of the way for southern expansion.
IRA just makes me think of the Indian Removal Act & I flinch a little.
the Indian removal act, after he signed it became law. 📜✒🗻
What was the "Trail of Tears" under the terms of the Indian Removal Act of 1830?
Pick tyrant, use the Indian Removal Act, nullification crisis, and bank wars. Say he acted for his interests not for the U.S
how abt the Indian removal act? How we deemed them barbaric as justification.
* Andrew Jackson: He pushed for and got passed his “Indian removal act” which basically led to the...
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Facts, information and articles about Indian Removal Act, from American History Indian Removal Act summary: After demanding both political and military action on removing Native American Indians from the southern states of America in 1829, President Andrew Jackson signed this into law on May 28, 183...
HENRY HANFORD: FOUNDER OF LEWISTON, OH, ABOLITIONIST LEADER IN UNDERGROUND RAILROAD: DIED DECEMBER 31, 1866. Henry Hanford, founder of Lewiston, Logan County, Ohio died December 31, 1866. He was born December 22, 1784, in New Canaan, Fairfield County, Connecticut; He married Harriet Chamberlin daughter of Judah and Diadema Chamberlin, (my grandparents of an earlier age), about 1810 in Harmony Township, Clark County, Ohio. Henry’ father was Ebenezer Hanford, a Revolutionary War Veteran. His mother was Lucretia Hanford. Henry is a descendant of Reverend Thomas Hanford, Immigrant and Eglin Hanford, Thomas’ Mother, also a Immigrant. Sometime around his marriage to Harriet the couple moved to Clarke County, Ohio. Judah Chamberlin was his neighbor. In 1830, the Indian Removal Act is passed by Congress. Two years later, when Indian lead by Chief “Colonel” Lewis were removed from Logan County, Ohio, Henry Hanford, moved into the Chief; Lewis’ house, and becomes the first European settler in Logan Co ...
Indigenous Peoples & US Government Chronology 1830 - 1890 - 1998 1830 Indian Removal Act passes Congress, calling for relocation of eastern Indians to an Indian Territory west of the Mississippi River. Cherokees contest it in court, and in 1832, the Supreme Court decides in their favor, but Andrew Jackson ignores the decision. From 1831-39, the Five Civilized Tribes of the Southeast are relocated to the Indian Territory. The Cherokee "Trail of Tears" takes place in 1838-39. 1830 Influenza epidemic among tribes of British Columbia. In 1830-33, there are outbreaks of European diseases in California and Oregon. 1830-36 George Catlin travels among and paints the Plains Indians. 1832 Black Hawk War in Illinois and Wisconsin between combined Sauk and Fox tribes and the United States. 1833-34 Missouri River Expedition of two Europeans, Prince Maximilian and the painter Karl Bodmer. 1834 Congress reorganizes the Indian offices, creating the U.S. Department of Indian Affairs (still within the War Department). The ...
Next agenda for the J-ville progressives!! Andrew Jackson created the vicious and imperial Indian Removal Act. He also expanded the spoils system (breeds corruption in government). In addition, he destroyed the Bank of the United States simply for personal satisfaction! Jacksonville was named after this tyrant! Get the name changed it back to Cowford!!
240 years ago, on December 16th 1773, demonstrators in Boston disguised as Native Americans, destroyed the entire supply of tea sent by the East India Company, to protest an unauthorized tax by the British government. The episode escalated into the American Revolution and the British taxes were eventually gone, so people could focus on further Native American related activities like the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the Manifest Destiny of 1845 and the Indian Appropriations Act of 1851.
Loling at my essay about the Indian Removal Act from 8th grade
Andrew Jackson commits goes against Supreme Court to carry Indian Removal act out,this is a tyrant, not Obama
This was one of the many results of the 1830s Andrew Jackson Indian Removal ACT,On the 1874 census roll of Kiamitia County appear the names of Henry, William, and James Goins, together with their children, unnamed, and two Chavis brothers,,,as Choctaws by blood. They were formerly from NC regions.
Two years into Andrew Jacksons presidency he signed the 'Indian Removal Act'
In 1832, Congress had enacted President Andrew Jackson's Indian Removal Act by which all Indians from the east...
Indiana Mobile Desktop Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted. Terms of use Privacy Search Wikipedia Land that was transferred under the various treaties. Indian removals in Indiana began in the early 1830s and was mostly completed by 1846. The removals were preceded by several treaties, beginning in 1795, that gradually purchased most of the state from various tribes. The removals were part of a larger nationwide Indian Removal Act passed by the United States Congress and being carried out by the administration of United States President Andrew Jackson. By the time the removals began to occur, most of the tribes, like the Shawnee and the Wea, had left the state voluntarily, migrating into Canada and Missouri. The only significant tribes remaining were the Miami and the Potawatomi, both of which were already confined to reservation from previously signed treaties. The largest tribe in the state, the Miami Tribe, was the last to be removed, although many in the tribe were permitted ...
Interesting that he saw this wrong but nothing wrong with the Indian Removal Act. Teddy Roosevelt did some good, but what he did to the Native Americans outweighs it in my humble opinion.
Andrew Jackson The Indian Removal Act of 1830 A National Disgrace America's disgrace. It can happen in USA
A4 didn't blog about yet but had students do constitutional convention roleplay and Indian Removal act role play from
no Marshall did nothing. Jackson had signed the Indian removal act that made all Indians go west of the Miss
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Totally found a badass article on the legal problems with the Indian Removal Act. Much better than 1 of the 3 books I had.
Today FRCN signs on to the First Nation Lands Management Act. This means the removal of 34 sections of the Indian Act dealing with lands.
I'm seeing all kinds of commentary from Jon Stewart and others about how this is the worst Congress EVER. Way worse, apparently, than the ones that passed the Indian Removal Act, the Fugitive Slave Act, the Kansas Nebraska Act, the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, or the Alien and Sedition Acts. In America historical perspective is measured in days.
Israel's is the Indian Removal Act of 1830 all over again
Native American tribes began to be forced from their homelands in 1830 when the Indian Removal Act was passed by the Federal Government. As more and more European immigrants arrived in the United States, the government determined that more room was needed for them; therefore, pushing the Indians to unpopulated lands west of the Mississippi River. Yes Natives had no rights, yes other people were considered better than Natives. Yes Natives were sold as slaves and they were said to be animals with no soul. It is the evil that rules, the same still rules today.
Lol what happened to the RedSkins . Indian Removal Act from the Playoffs I see it .
Jackson was pretty badass. The only bad thing was the whole Indian Removal Act.
Was helping my sister learning about The Indian Removal Act, the The Cherokee Morning song came on the MP3. Lol, i'm done:p
If finding a favorite for the BCS is being difficult for you here is a reason to back FSU if you are from Piedras Negras or Eagle Pass. The Black Seminole Woman In the early 1700s, Spanish and Native communities in Florida were offering refuge for runaway slaves from the British colonies. Meanwhile, dissidents from the Creek Nation were forming an independent confederation using the name “Seminole.” Persons of African descent found the Seminole communities particularly welcoming, and many developed relationships of servitude with the Indians. Although sometimes considered to be “slaves,” these blacks, in fact, enjoyed much more independence than their counterparts in the colonies that became the states of the Old South, particularly in their ability to maintain African-derived cultural forms while integrating with the Seminoles, often through marriage. Nevertheless, when Congress passed the Indian Removal Act of 1830, these blacks were considered property and, despite the armed resistance known as ...
And people wonder where Hitler got his ideal's from. Andrew Jackson's "Indian Removal Act", he was Hitler's biggest role model.
INDIAN REMOVAL ACT Author: U.S. Government Year: 1830   [This was the Jackson-era legislation authorizing the president to transfer Eastern Indian tribes to the western territories promised (fal
Cherokee Trail of Tears In the early 1800s, the Cherokee tried to assimilate, along with their neighbors the Choctaws, Creeks, Chickasaws and Seminoles. Most of the leaders were convinced that to survive they would have to adopt white ways. These tribes became known as the Five Civilized Tribes. dna testing, dna ancestry testing, ancestry, genealogy, indian genealogy records, paternity testing, turquoise jewelry, Native American jewelry The process of assimilation began when the Cherokee allowed Moravian missionaries onto their land in 1801. The missionaries taught the basics of European agriculture, domestic arts, English and Christianity. In the 1820s, Sequoyah invented a Cherokee syllabary that translated the sounds of Cherokee language into written symbols. The tribe began publishing a newspaper. They adopted a constitutional government based on the model of the United States. They even adopted a form of slavery, like their southern neighbors. The Cherokee Trail of Tears has captured the imaginations ...
One of the worse civil rights violations next to the Indian Removal Act of 1830!
People in America think history is boring. It's taught so that it's boring. It's taught that way so that young people are so bored out of their minds memorizing useless dates so that they never, ever question. Historical incidents in this country are never taught in the context of what was happening worldwide at the time so that young people are never made aware that what happened in one place could GREATLY affect what was happening someplace else. Take for instance Indian Removal. One thing that ticked me off about "12 Years A Slave" was the scene in the woods were a group of slaves runs across some "Indians" in the woods. They share a meal, and that's it. There is no context whatsoever for why that's in the film. The reality is that in his narrative, Solomon Northrup described a village close by in which "remnants" of a band of Chickasaw lived. He described their chief, the way they lived. He visited regularly. He also knew that "neighboring tribes" from Texas came to visit the Chickasaw village and th ...
Generations of schoolchildren have known –or at least have been expected to know –that the Mississippi River was “discovered” by Spanish explorer Hernando De Soto. (If nothing else, he was the first European to document the existence of that river.) Histories of the Mississippi River Valley traditionally began with De Soto’s expedition, or after a cursory introduction moved quickly to the entry of Europeans into the area. However, the river –and the lands it watered –did not exist in a vacuum. Many Indigenous Peoples called the area home long before the arrival of Europeans –and these peoples were not necessarily scattered or sporadic. The Mississippians, whose settlements ranged across the Midwest and Southeast, had been particularly dominant in the Lower Mississippi Valley, as were the various tribes descended from them. In fact, the center of Mississippian culture –and, for centuries, the largest settlement north of Mexico –was Cahokia, located near present-day St. Louis. Cahokia ha ...
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Today's Topic: "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" is a rock musical with music and lyrics written by Michael Friedman, and a book by its director Alex Timbers.The show is a comedic Wild West rock musical about the founding of the Democratic Party. It redefines Andrew Jackson, America's seventh President, as an Emo rock star and focuses on populism, the Indian Removal Act, and his relationship with his wife Rachel. New York premiere-Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson opened in May 2009 at The Public Theater in New York in a concert version, and returned to run from March 23 (previews) to June 27, 2010. The cast included River Alexander, David Axelrod, James Barry, Darren Goldstein, Greg Hildreth, Jeff Hiller, Lisa Joyce, Lucas Near-Verbrugghe, Bryce Pinkham, Maria Elena Ramirez, Kate Roberts, Ben Steinfeld, Ben Walker, and Colleen Werthmann. Scenic design was by Donyale Werle, lighting design by Justin Townsend, costume design by Emily Rebholz, and sound design by Bart Fasbender. Danny ...
you would... Indian removal act of 1830
Interesting fact: The Indian Removal Act almost didn't happen. The vote in congress was 102 to 97. More morally sound people than I thought.
Cobb County, Georgia, of course, was created from Cherokee land seized by the Indian Removal Act and Trail of Tears.
Coincidental that “Indian Removal Act” became law same year gold found on Cherokee lands? via
The Cherokee Nation is fighting the Indian Removal act and have to appear before congress and myself.
I'm sorry to all the Indians this will affect, but we just passed the Indian Removal Act, so you guys will have to move out.
and he supported strongly and executed the Indian removal act, or better known, the trail of tears.
Not after the Indian Removal Act there wasn't.
Okay what can anyone tell me about the Indian removal act of 1830?
Affordable Care Act is the worst law our country has ever seen? ...Jim Crow *cough* Monroe Doctrine *cough* Indian Removal Act...ETCETERA
Andrew Jackson was a bad president displayed by his actions.Some of these were the Indian Removal Act,biddles bank, spoils system
Maybe I should come in and we can do a reenactment of pilgrims and Indians or the Indian removal act but both work
against impeachment, and i debated about the Indian Removal Act. when are you doing yours?
alright & no I was gonna use the bank and the Indian removal act, I don't know how to relate the nullification crisis with him
Andrew Jackson y'all. He proposed AND passed the Indian Removal Act. Marinate your minds on that $20 bill next time you…
they are like, "I thought we took care of this with the Indian Removal Act of 1830!"
The Atlanta is also pretty despicable considering the history of Georgia and the Indian Removal Act (et al).
One reason... Indian removal act and trail of tears
The Indian Removal Act is one of the parts of history I feel the most passionate about, but I'm not a history person...
Wish the Indian removal act 1830 was never passed not only because it was ethnic cleansing but because I hate history coursework
$20 to whoever writes my DBQ for me, the topic is the Indian removal act
the biggest one was the trail of tears. Where the Indian removal act happened. Jackson was told to NOT move the Indians by the
It's obviously right there with Fugitive Slave Act and Indian Removal act.
Andrew Jackson shouldn't be remembered for the Indian Removal act, he should be remembered for his eye…
I don't like the fact that Andrew Jackson is on our money because, you know, Indian Removal Act was an ethnic cleansing law.
Write one page explaining why the Indian Removal act shouldn't have happened? Finally, I get to express my anger towards this topic.
go read the Wikipedia article on the Indian Removal Act and then the Trail of Tears.
Wikipedia is going to need to updated this page to say, "The Indian Removal Act of 2013". Go Tampa Bay Rays!!!...
GOP says Obamacare is worst law ever - Worse than Indian removal act, Slavery etc.
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It ranks right up there. Apartheid, prima nocte, the Indian Removal Act, the Fugitive Slave Act, Obamacare. RIGHT up there.
Sincevthe government is "shutting down", (dumbasses) I'm taking the liberty to re-enact the Indian Removal Act and raid their casinos.
you're a jerk for not supporting the Indian removal act >:(
The last thing I want to do right now is type an analysis on the Indian Removal act...
Yo, despite the Indian Removal Act, Andrew Jackson was pretty cool
Didn't know this is National Trail of Tears Commemoration Day when I covered the Indian Removal Act of 1830 in 19th cent. history class 2day
In 1830, urged on by President Andrew Jackson, the Indian Removal Act was passed, which relocated Native Americans in the east to the west.
As a Cherokee Indian chief in America from the principal chief double head himself, I say let reverse the Indian Removal Act of Congress .
I didn't say this yesterday as I don't like to be the only negative person on July 4th. But while we're all patting ourselves on the back for just how awesome a country we've always been, let's remember that July 4th, 1776 was only a great time if you happened to be a white male. By us just landing on this soil we created an apocalyptic wipeout of over 90% of the Native population, (almost 100 million people ... more than the entire population of Europe at the time by current estimates) just by introducing the smallpox virus to their people. We then proceeded to finish off our already tragic wipeout by creating things like the Indian Removal Act enacted on May 28th, 1830, which ended up paving the way for the European settlers forcibly moving the native tribes westward and boxing them up into neat little reservations. Simply because we feared what we didn't understand and couldn't control, just like we do today. But we claimed it was because we were part of a Manifest Destiny that made our people somehow ...
I've yet to understand why the "Indian Removal Act of 1830" is not discussed more in the grand scheme of American History. Not only is it seldom discussed, but the man who signed it is on our $20 bill. Seems a little strange to me (in the time of political correctness we live in) that we still have a man on our currency who was a strong supporter of slavery, and personally accountable for what was essentially a mass genocide of an entire race. You think someone would have made that change by now, maybe upgrade FDR from the dime to the twenty. Just a thought.
People are often all too quick to believe that the government always acts in our best interest. Even prominent libertarians like John Stossel are saying that we don’t need to worry about the NSA. The government, however, has a long history of atrocities committed against the American people that makes it difficult to dismiss the threat of such a powerful entity. 1. The Trail of Tears. Following the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the United States government forcibly relocated thousands of Native Americans, removing them from their ancestral homeland. Many of these people died from exposure and starvation. The months-long journey (often made on foot) included not only Native Americans (including those who had gained citizenship) but some European Americans who married into Native American tribes as well as African slaves. images-48 2. Japanese Internment Camps Following Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor in 1942, the United States government imprisoned more than 100,000 Japanese-Americans in internment camps, ...
"Uhh, and he uhh, did the uhh, Indian Removal Act, uhhh" I hate you so much
28 May is the 148th day of the year (149th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. On thid in the year: * 585 BC – A solar eclipse occurs, as predicted by Greek philosopher and scientist Thales, while Alyattes is battling Cyaxares in the Battle of the Eclipse, leading to a truce. This is one of the cardinal dates from which other dates can be calculated. * 621 – Battle of Hulao: Li Shimin, the son of the Chinese emperor Gao Zu, defeats the numerically superior forces of Dou Jiande near the Hulao Pass (Henan). * 1503 – James IV of Scotland and Margaret Tudor are married according to a Papal Bull by Pope Alexander VI. A Treaty of Everlasting Peace between Scotland and England signed on that occasion results in a peace that lasts ten years. * 1533 – The Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Cranmer declares the marriage of King Henry VIII of England to Anne Boleyn valid. * 1830 – President Andrew Jackson signs the Indian Removal Act which relocates Native Americans. * 1934 – Near Callander, Ontario, ...
Unerased History for May 28th. Today is “International Jazz Day” Learn about Slinky and the Hula Hoop, Hernando de Soto, Continental Congress, Indian Removal Act, Golden Gate Bridge, Memphis Kiddie Park, White House plumbers, Vanity and the 7 men who received the Medal of Honor
Dred Scott Decision & Indian Removal Act used to be The Law too...
Who were the "Five Civilized Tribes" as a result of the Indian Removal Act of 1830?
but the Cherokees and the other 4 civilized tribes were pretty content before the Indian Removal Act was passed
I love how the Supreme Court said the Indian Removal Act was unconstitutional but Jackson was just like "Fuq that"
I didn't know the guys who enacted the Indian Removal Act still ran the government.
. I was thinking more along the lines of the Indian Removal Act, which was not the Founding Fathers...
The coolest thing about Davy Crockett? He stood up to Andrew Jackson on the Indian Removal Act. "I bark at no man's bid."
You know...All my life I knew I was part-Cherokee...but only TODAY did I learn a few things...I'd heard of the 'Trail of Tears' but honestly, I never knew a thing about it..Today, I learned a LOT...Andrew Jackson, the 7th "President of the United States" (like that actually MEANS anything nowadays.) was NO hero...He signed an "Indian Removal Act" that made Native Americans who had ALREADY been uprooted from their HOMES move AGAIN because what was known as the 'white settlers' were not happy with how much they already had...It's amazing that I've lived this long and never knew this...but my Nanny's family would WANT all of the people at LEAST in my family to know this...It's good to know...as if I needed one more reason to doubt today's government...but then...there it is...
Father of the Party, Andrew Jackson; was a wealthy slave owner & instrumental in the Indian Removal Act.
Gross Domestic Product ? and I'm learning about the Indian Removal Act -__-
1831: U.S. - the Choctaws in Mississippi ceded land east of the river in exchange for payment and land in the West ~ Indian Removal Act.
This day in history: In 1831, the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, in accordance with the Indian Removal Act, is...
Unerased History for February 24th. Today marks “International Pancake Day” Learn about pancakes, griddle cakes, about James Otis, the Indian Removal Act, the Alamo, the steam shovel, President Johnson's impeachment, 1st rapid transit tunnel, Tinker v. Des Moines Schools and the 3 men to receive the Medal of Honor
Andrew Jackson, who was a Democrat, signed the Indian Removal Act...
To set the record straight, I have not been nor will I ever be a "Good Indian". Nor will I support any party lines, only my own believes. I am against the social engineering practiced by this administration and his party mouth piece"MSNBC". LEAN FORWARD, my *** Is that like the "Great Leap Forward'? Nor will I support the party of Jefferson or Jackson, this is the same party who give us the Indian Removal Act of 1830, institutional slavery, Jim Crow Laws and start of government restrictions of individual liberties and guaranteed rights under the United States Constitution.
INDIAN REMOVAL In the first four decades of the nineteenth century, the United States cajoled, bribed, arrested, and ultimately removed approximately seventy thousand American Indians out of their ancestral lands in the American South. Although Pres. Andrew Jackson is often deemed the architect of this program, the removal of the Chickasaw, Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole began years before the 1830 Indian Removal Act and Jackson's subsequent use of the military to relocate the Indians. In 1802 the state of Georgia agreed to cede its westernmost lands to the federal government, and in return the government vowed to extinguish the Indian title to lands within Georgia as soon as possible. In the following years the United States made only a few serious efforts to live up to that promise. After the 1803 Louisiana Purchase Pres. Thomas Jefferson pressured the Cherokee and other Indian nations to exchange their eastern domains voluntarily for regions in the newly acquired western territory. Only a few t ...
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All I'm saying is that the Indian Removal Act was short-sighted.
US to 1865: Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act of 1830 via True
Indian Removal Act, all Indians living in the Southeast were to be removed to & relocated to Oklahoma.
Let's play a game and win talk time rules; comment anything on this status, no1 should like your comment,if sum1 does you are disqalified..
However, when events like the Indian Removal Act, the LA Purchase, and the Gold Rush made people act upon their dreams and r
Example: Indian Removal act. Horrible for the Indians, but Jackson thought he was helping them and doing good.
"how many years did the Indian Removal act take place?"
Lincoln defended Andrew Jackson passing the Indian Removal Act? ...not surprised.
American History Chapter 12 Notes Chapter 12, Section 1 • Election of 1824 will cause a split in the Democratic-Republican party between Jackson (D) and Adams (R). • Jacksonian Democracy is the idea of spreading political power to all people and ensuring majority rule. • Jackson will give government jobs to political backers in a practice that will be called the spoils system. Chapter 12, Section 2 • Whites wanted Native Americans to assimilate into their culture, or adapt to the whites way of life. • Indian Removal Act is passed this act would require Indians to move west of the Mississippi River. • The Supreme Court states that the states cannot pass laws governing Indian tribes only the federal government has that power. Jackson would ignore the ruling. Chapter 12, Section 3 • Sectional differences started to arise between the south, northeast, and the west. • Doctrine of Nullification states that a state has the right to reject any federal law it considers unconstitutional. • South . ...
Here is a nasty bit of our history, google the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Get educated for christ's sake,stop listening to your ITunes
I seem to recall the Indian Removal Act. Not simple, not easy, and not needed.
SMH the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Supposedly the indians were supposed to be funded. We do gloss over the persecution of certain groups
The Sauk, and Fox tribes of Illinois and Wisconsin were also affected by the Indian Removal Act. One Sac chief...
1838: Trail of Tears, forced removal of Cherokee tribe as part of Indian Removal Act, results in death of nearly 4,000 Native Americans.
Jackson’s Indian Removal Act of 1838 resulted in the Cherokee tribe being marched at gunpoint from Georgia to barren lands in Oklahoma.
he also was responsible for the Indian Removal Act of 1830, trail of tears killed over 2000...
Some information on the Indian Removal Act of 1830: Forced Indians out of Georgia beyond Mississippi, this later caused suffering Cherokee also known as the "Trail of Tears".
Upon settling in Oklahoma after the Indian Removal Act, the Cherokee people established a new government in the town of Tahlequah. A constitution was adopted in September of 1839, 68 years prior to Oklahoma’s statehood. Today, the Cherokee Nation is an active leader in education, housing, vocation...
My wife and I saw "Lincoln" tonight. Watching it, I was reminded of the mystery of the tides of history. President Andrew Jackson, a Democrat, enacted and enforced the Indian Removal Act of 1830, mandating the removal of Native Americans beyond the Mississippi - a horrifically racist act that resulted in the Cherokee Trail of Tears. President Lincoln and Republicans in Congress were responsible for passing the 13th amendment to the Constitution abolishing slavery. It was bitterly opposed by Democrats. It was primarily Democrats who opposed granting the vote for freed former slaves. The Democratic Party became the home of the Ku Klux Klan and for a time was significantly influenced by them. Even as late as the 1930's the Democratic Party had many Klansmen in its membership. In light of this history, I find it strange that the Democratic Party is now perceived as the party for minorities. Ninety-three percent of African Americans voted Democratic in the recent election, for instance, and they have done this ...
Jon Meacham saw Andrew Jackson's wildman toughness in the Indian Removal Act, then rode Air Force One to conduct an Important Interview.
More history facts for our great Holiday. Get your facts on your Turkey day. Not to bring people down it funny how we change history. Native Americans killed in service for the United States and killed defending their Indian country is listed below in rough estimated numbers. A likely total of 100,000-500,000 Native Americans in the U.S. have died since 1776. The high end would be around a million. Native Americans are the have the highest mortality rate of any U.S. minority because of U.S. action and policy. Indians Conflicts & Removals 1776-1973 (1973) Wounded Knee II - 2 (1890) Wounded Knee - 178 (1864) Sand Creek Massacre - 200 (1862) Dakota War of 1862 - 38 prisoners executed (1876) Battle of Little Big Horn - 136 (high estimate) (1838) Cherokee Removal - 4,000 (1817-58) Seminole Wars I,II, & III - 1475 (likely high as 10,000) (1831) Choctaw Removal - 2,500 (1812) Red Stick War of the Muscogee or Creek- 3,000 (1791) Battle of the Wabash - 21 (1830) Indian Removal Act
After signing the Indian Removal Act of 1830. I, the President of the U.S. insist that all Indian be removed in the territory of U.S.
November is Native American Heritage Month. Remember this when voting tomorrow. Andrew Jackson, the first Democratic president issued the edict of the Indian Removal Act that forcibly removed Native Americans from the east along the Trail of Tears.
The donkey predated Nast by three decades, when it was used during Andrew Jackson's campaign, initially by his opponents, calling him a *** for his populist policies. Well known as stubborn, however, Jackson decided to co-opt the mascot, and used it to his own advantage. After Jackson retired, he was still looked at as a party leader, even though the party refused to be led, and the 1837 cartoon "A Modern Baalim and his *** showed him leading a donkey which refused to follow. However, the donkey image was not popularized until the ubiquitous Nast adopted it, first depicting the party as a kicking donkey, attacking Lincoln's secretary of war Edwin Stanton even after his death in an 1870 cartoon for Harper's Weekly. Andrew Jackson the First democrat president. During the Indian Removal Act, the Supreme Court said that the Cherokee Indians could stay but Jackson disobeyed Supreme Court's ruling, his actions and policies ultimately forced the westward migration of the "five civilized" Native American t ...
Dear John Anderson, Regarding Seminole Wind that was recorded in 1992 please reference the Indian Removal Act signed by Andrew Jackson in 1830 and remember how this country "death marched" those individuals to Oklahoma, because lets face it Oklahoma just *** but thats not the point. We are no better than the Nazis were a hundred years after that. We just dont want to think about it. So Mr. Anderson you're right. The Seminole wind will in fact never ever blow again.
Another white famous dude who gets way too much love: Andrew Jackson. Trail of Tears occurred only after he signed Indian Removal Act
Andrew Jackson pushed the Indian Removal Act, Giving His Ways To Trail of Tears. Hitler & Andrew Shared In Common The Profile of a Sociopath. Definition: Antisocial Personality Disorder results in what is commonly known as a Sociopath. The criteria for this disorder requires an ongoing disregard for the rights of others, since the age of 15 years.
Barb here:" More history to learn & share.& keep sharing until the truth is known. "Indian Removal Act: The State of GEORGIA used this act to make it illegal for American Indians to live or even be in the state. Theoretically, Indians were allowed to travel thru GA if they had the proper paperwork. This Law was NOT REPEALED until 1980" (YES 1980! You read it right!) Julia Vincent
Today is Children's Book Day. *The Indian Removal Act was begun with the Trail of Tears.* Yosemite National Park was established. John Phillip Sousa became leader of the Marine Band. Concorde broke the sound barrier for the first time. Mensa International was established. Walt Disney World opened. US gave control of Panama back to Panama. Born: Bonnie Parker, Jimmy Carter, Tom Bosley, George Peppard, Julie Andrews, Randy Quaid. Died: E. B. White, Bruce Palmer.
History project over Genocide. Trail of Tears was my picked subject. Andrew Jackson's Indian Removal Act passed in 1830 was in effect for the 15,000 Native C...
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Andrew Jackson had been an Indian fighter, and he continued the struggle as president. His new weapon was the Indian Removal Act, which would force Eastern tribes to relocate west of the Mississippi.
This song, "Trail of Tears" by Hal Ketchum, shows the slow strides forward the Native Americans continue to make since the passage of "The Indian Removal Act...
V.O.T.E - Victory of the Equals Friday, August 17, 2012 – 81 days to Tuesday, November 6 general election Born this day in 1786, frontiersman, Davy Crockett. we all know the Disneyfied coonskin cap legend, and certainly many in the Tea Party would respond to his insistence on being independent of party politics, as well as the fact that he was proud of not having an education. But do you know that he was a Congressman from Tennessee, and, as such, he opposed Andrew Jackson’s Indian Removal Act? That stance cost him re-election and this is what he said to his constituents who did not return him to Washington: "I told the people of my district that I would serve them as faithfully as I had done; but if not ... you may all go to *** and I will go to Texas." Where, as you likely know, he died at the Alamo. Born on this day in 1960, Sean Penn: “You tolerate me. You really tolerate me.” “When you have a precedent set like that, and you have somebody, George Tenet, acknowledging in his book that he k ...
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Mantle Rock in Livingston Co has the bones of Cherokees dead waiting to cross the river under the "Indian Removal Act", Trail of Tears, put there by their former ally the backstabbing Andrew Jackson, in spite of a Supreme Court ruling. The only American President to do that. Of course if you are a States Rights fascist *** you may think that was just fine. 4,000 of the 15,000 Americans moved in a weakened state from their concentration camps to Oklahoma, a land named Indian Territory, DIED. They later stole a lot of that back too, oil you know. Andrew Johnson sucked too.
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Cherokees fought for both the North and South for their lands granted to them by the Indian Removal Act of 1830 and both sides promised to reward the Cherokee for their loyaylty if they won. I am part Cherokee and no matter what you say this Flag represents my heritage not your hate
A Revolution resulted in pressure on NA lands, warfare between the groups. In 1830, the U.S. Congress passed the Indian Removal Act
How Did Native Americans Feel About the Indian Removal Act of 1830?: The Native Americans of the Southeast hated...
How did Native Americans feel about the Indian Removal Act of 1830?
"Is that the trail of good hope?" in reference to the trail of tears in the Indian removal act.
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What Was the Indian Removal Act of 1830 and How Were Treaties Negotiated?: By the early nineteenth century, non-...
similiar when American Indians were stripped away during the Indian Removal Act.
Legends of American Indian Resistance: From the Indian Removal Act to the Battle of Little Bighorn to Geronimo's...
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The movie Avatar must be a criticism of the Indian Removal Act in American history.
"So you were told you were Black Dutch or Black Irish" by Pitter Seabaugh I got a call last week from my cousin Mike Ladd. We are both researching the name Ladd. He asked me if I had ever heard that the Ladds were of Black Dutch ancestry. I told him no but that I had heard they were Black Irish. I got to thinking about it and thought it might be of interest as to how the terms were borrowed, by Native Americans, to avoid persecution. The following is a quotation displayed on the Museum wall of "The Oakville Mounds Park & Museum" in Moulton, Alabama. Before the Indian Removal Act in 1830, many of Lawrence County's Cherokee people were already mixed with white settlers and stayed in the country of the Warrior Mountains. They denied their ancestry and basically lived much of their lives in fear of being sent West. Full bloods claimed to be Black Irish or Black Dutch, thus denying their rightful Indian blood. After being fully assimilated into the general population years later, these Irish Cherokee m ...
The Indian Removal Act of 1830 called for relocation of all Eastern tribes across Mississippi River.
Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act - 182nd Anniversary
Today in history: John Calvin is expelled from Geneva, a combined Colonial-Mohegan force massacres 500 Pequots is what becomes known as he Pequot War, the Indian Removal Act is signed under Andrew Jackson, Montana is recognized as a US territory and Bram Stoker's Dracula is published
By supporting the Indian Removal Act of 1830 President Andrew Jackson? (via
So who can tell me about Andrew Jackson? I already know he killed the national bank and sign the Indian Removal Act. But what else?
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