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Conor Klutch And Joe Anderson
I can… Identify the 2 main reasons U.S. officials wanted to move American Indians westward, and describe how the Sequoya and the Cherokee adapted to white culture. Identify the Indian Removal Act; explain how Jackson defended his policy of removing the Indians from their lands; and describe one of the many conflicts that arose as a result of this policy---the Second Seminole War. Describe the circumstances surrounding the Supreme Court case Worcester v. Georgia; identify the two main rulings of the Court; and explain how Jacksons refusal to enforce the ruling led to the Trail of Tears. Identify and describe the relationship between the tariff of 1828, the doctrine of nullification, and South Carolinas threat to secede (leave the union.
The Indians helped the British War Ended with The Treaty of Ghent
The U.S. citizens hungered for more land. Indian support of the British during War of The Cherokee and Sequoya recognized the value of a written language. Also the Cherokee developed a new language that was similar to the American
The act that forced the Indians to move east of the Mississippi River Andrew Jackson promised the Indians a permanent homeland in the Indian Territory present day Oklahoma.
Started because of the Seminoles refusal to leave Florida.
Causes: Cherokee ally Samuel Worcester disobeyed the order from the Georgia militia to leave the Indian lands. Supreme Court hearing ruled limited state power over the Cherokee Nation.
Causes Andrew Jackson ignored ruling on the Worcester v. Georgia case Continued to cease Indian Territory. Jackson forced Cherokee Indians to relocate This brutal journey was known as the Trail of Tears 4,000 died
Effects Jackson forced Cherokee Indians to relocate This brutal journey was known as the Trail of Tears 4,000 died
Doubled the rates of set in 1816 for certain imports. Made southern states angry Southerners thought this would make British goods that they needed more expensive Southerners called it the Tariff of Abominations South Carolina threatened to secede from the union if they tried to collect tariffs in the state.
John Calhoun wrote an anonymous essay that outline southern position in regards to the tariff. This essay argued that the states who are creators of the federal union had the right to nullify, or refused to obey, any act of Congress they considered unconstitutional.
Indians helped the British during the War of 1812 Indians were forced west because the U.S. citizens wanted more land Jackson forced the Cherokee on the Trail of Tears The Tariff of 1828 favored the north and the south hated the tariff