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1Warm UpLook on pgsStudy map and answer Learning from Geography, questions 1 & 2
2Infrastructure -Facilities and systems of a city, county or state. Example: roads, buildings and bridges
3John C. Calhoun South Carolina Senator Led the fight for states rights Anti -tariff!!
4Henry Clay Senator from Kentucky Worked for the American System Wanted to expand the infrastructure and economy of the U.S.
5Clay’s Compromise Tariff of 1833 Lowered the tariff on the southern states over the next few years.Resolved the tariff debate.
6Practice QuestionHow did Henry Clay’s Tariff Compromise of 1833 resolve the Nullification Crisis?A. Clay and Jackson enacted the Force Bill.B. Lowered the tariff for the southern states.C. Agreed to allow slavery if the south would pay the tariff.D. Wanted to use the high tariff to pay for the infrastructure of America.
7Practice QuestionWhy were southern states opposed to the Tariff of Abominations?A. Tariffs would increase the demand for manufactured goods in America.B. Tariffs would raise the prices of goods in America.C. Tariffs would improve the quality of goods in America.
8Practice QuestionWhich headline could have accompanied the election of Andrew Jackson as president?A. Rich Folks Take a StandB. A Republican Wins!C. A Common Man in the White House!D. A Weak Leader Takes Control!
9I can explain the reasons for the removal of Cherokee Indians during the Jacksonian Era.
10Reasons for Jackson’s Indian Removal Act U. S. was growing fastExpanding South into GeorgiaGeorgia had good land & some had found gold thereWhite settlers felt Native Americans were in their way of progressSo…. what to do …. what to doGet the federal government to remove them
11Reasons for Jackson’s Indian Removal Act U. S. ExpansionSettlers greed for landNative American Obstacle
12Indian Removal Act In your book, read pg. 342 Define the Indian Removal Act in your own words
13Indian Removal ActGave President the power to negotiate the removal treaties with Indians who lived east of the Mississippi River.The DEAL : 1) give up your lands east of the Mississippi River and move to the WestOR2) You stay in the east and become a citizen of that state
14Indian Removal ActThe GOAL: A peaceful, willing relocation by the Native AmericansThe OUTCOME: Some did leave peacefully; some did not.Indian Removal Act & Nullification CrisisVideo 3:32 min.
15Warm – up!In your own words, describe the Indian Removal policies of Andrew Jackson.You must have 5 sentences.
16Worcester v. Georgia Read pg. 627 Worchester v. Georgia Answer: 1. who 2. what3. when4. where5.why5. outcomeDaily Grade 20 pts. Each with one bonus
17Worchester v. GeorgiaWho – Samuel Worchester fought for the Cherokee IndiansWhat – A Supreme Court CaseWhenWhere – State of GeorgiaWhy – Georgia did not recognize their sovereign status, but saw them as tenants living on state landOutcome – Chief Justice John Marshall ruled in favor of the Indians, they could stay and did not have to move. Pres. Jackson said, “John Marshall has made his decision, now let him enforce it.”
18Review QuestionsHow did the Cherokee respond to the Indian Removal Act passed by the Jackson administration?A. they left before the government could enforce their policyB. they fought against U.S. Army regimentsC. they adopted the ways of their white neighborsD. they went to the Supreme Court asking that their rights be protected.
19Review QuestionsWhat was the impact of Jackson’s attempt to reduce conflicts between American Indians and white settlers during the 1830s?A. White settlers were ordered to avoid contact with American IndiansB. American Indians were granted U.S. citizenshipC. American Indians were forced to relocateD. White settlers were encouraged to abandon American Indian lands
20Review QuestionsHow did President Jackson respond to the Supreme Court decision to protect the rights and land of the Cherokee?A. He rewrote the 10th AmendmentB. He changed justices on the courtC. He ignored the decisionD. He obeyed the decision
21Review Questions What is this map known as: Indians go West Trail of TearsResettlement TimeWe’re Headin’ for the Reservation
22Trail of TearsTrail of Tears Documentary by Forest 2:30
23Trail of Tears1836The Cherokees were given 2 years to migrate voluntarily.If they did not go voluntarily – they would be forced.1838 – only 2,000 had migrated. 16,000 remained.President Jackson sent 7,000 to remove the Indians at gunpoint.
24They were not allowed to get their belongings. As the Indians were leaving at gunpoint, the white soldiers looted their homes,This was the beginning of the march west of the Mississippi called the Trail of Tears.4,000 Cherokee Indians died from the cold weather, hunger and disease.
25Trail of Tears Forced Cherokee march by President Jackson in 1838 Marched from Georgia to OklahomaRelocated Cherokee west of Mississippi RiverEstimated 4,000 Cherokee died in route.