Georgia Indian Removal

Indian Removal in Georgia - The Cherokee Indians - Part 3 of 6

Indian Removal in Georgia - The Cherokee Indians - Part 3 of 6 Indian Removal in Georgia - The Cherokee Indians - Part 3 of 6 Length: 00:02:33

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Indian Removal in Georgia -Nunna Daul Tsunyi (Trail of Tears) Part 6 of 6

Indian Removal in Georgia -Nunna Daul Tsunyi (Trail of Tears) Part 6 of 6 Indian Removal in Georgia -Nunna Daul Tsunyi (Trail of Tears) Part 6 of 6 Length: 00:01:43

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Indian Removal in Georgia - Dahlonega Gold Rush - Part 5 of 6

Indian Removal in Georgia - Dahlonega Gold Rush - Part 5 of 6 Indian Removal in Georgia - Dahlonega Gold Rush - Part 5 of 6 Length: 00:02:44

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Indian Removal in Georgia - Sharp Knife (Andrew Jackson) Part 4 of 6

Indian Removal in Georgia - Sharp Knife (Andrew Jackson) Part 4 of 6 Indian Removal in Georgia - Sharp Knife (Andrew Jackson) Part 4 of 6 Length: 00:01:15

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Indian Removal Act of 1830

Indian Removal Act of 1830 displaced and forcibly removed thousands of Native Americans from their h Indian Removal Act of 1830 displaced and forcibly removed thousands of Native Americans from their homeland. Atrocities Committed by USPresident Andrew Jackson "Jackson's Trail of Murder" WHO ELSE IN HISTORY WAS A HYPOCRITE WHO LAUGHED AT THE LAW AND CARED NOTHING ABOUT THE EFFECT ON NATIVE PEOPLE? In 1831 the Supreme Court of the United States, in a decision rendered by Justice, John Marshall, declared the forced removal of the entire Cherokee Nation from their ancestral homes in the South Eastern United States to be illegal, unconstitutional and against treaties made. President Andrew Jackson, having the executive responsibility for enforcement of the laws had this to say: "John Marshall has made his decision; let him enforce it now if he can." US President ANDREW JACKSON whose life was saved by the Cherokee at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, sent 4000 Cherokee children, women and mento their deaths. THIS MAN WHO PUBLICLY CONFESSED HIS CONTEMPT FOR THE LAW BE TRIED FOR HIS CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, THE DEATH OF CHEROKEE CHILDREN His genocide of 4000 Cherokee is honored by the United States on the $20 bill THE BLOOD MONEY OF THE UNITED STATES The result of this man's failure as chief executive to enforce the law was 4000 Cherokee children, women and men who died when they were driven like cattle to Oklahoma. This was done by US troops under the direction of General Winfield Scott at the direction of President Andrew Jackson. This is JACKSON'S TRAIL OF MURDER "I saw the ... Length: 00:01:18

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WASP - Trail of Tears

In 1838, the Cherokee people were forcibly removed from their lands in the Southeastern United State In 1838, the Cherokee people were forcibly removed from their lands in the Southeastern United States to the Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma) in the Western United States, which resulted in the deaths of approximately 4000 Cherokees.In the Cherokee language, the event is called Nu na da ul tsun yi—"the Place Where They Cried". The Cherokee Trail of Tears resulted from the enforcement of the Treaty of New Echota, an agreement signed under the provisions of the Indian Removal Act of 1830, which exchanged Native American land in the East for lands west of the Mississippi River, but which was never accepted by the elected tribal leadership or a majority of the Cherokee people. Tensions between Georgia and the Cherokee Nation were brought to a crisis by the discovery of gold near Dahlonega, Georgia, in 1829, resulting in the Georgia Gold Rush, the first gold rush in US history. Hopeful gold speculators began trespassing on Cherokee lands, and pressure began to mount on the Georgia government to fulfill the promises of the Compact of 1802. When Georgia moved to extend state laws over the Cherokee lands in 1830, the matter went to the US Supreme Court. In Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831), the Marshall court ruled that the Cherokee Nation was not a sovereign and independent nation, and therefore refused to hear the case. However, in Worcester v. Georgia (1832), the Court ruled that Georgia could not impose laws in Cherokee territory, since only the national government ... Length: 00:04:24

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