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1 Wednesday, March 21 1.Update your Table of Contents DateEntry TitleEntry # 3/19Jackson and the White House notes 36 3/20 Jackson and a New Crisis notes 37 3/20Jackson Political Cartoon 38 3/21Jackson and the Indians timeline wksheet 39 3/21Native American Movement map 40 2.Turn to entry #38 and trade your spiral

2 Did Mrs. Siek take role???? Yes – go on to next slide No – GO TAKE ROLE NOW!!!!!

3 373 in blue book

4 1. A veto

5 373 in blue book 1. A veto 2. The U.S. Constitution and a document concerning the bank; trampled, tattered, or torn to bits

6 373 in blue book 1. A veto 2. The U.S. Constitution and a document concerning the bank; trampled, tattered, or torn to bits 3. Attacks him as “King” just as the British Whigs did who opposed a King

7 373 in blue book 1. A veto 2. The U.S. Constitution and a document concerning the bank; trampled, tattered, or torn to bits 3. Attacks him as “King” just as the British Whigs did who opposed a King 4. He is standing on the Constitution and a book titled Judiciary of the United States is thrown on the floor

8 Chapter 12 Section 2 Jackson’s Policy Toward Native Americans P. 44/ P.358 A.Sequencing Events As you this sections, answer the questions about events shown in the time line below In what ways was the Cherokee Nation like the United States? Both had governments and a constitution. 2. What did the Indian Removal Act call for, and why did Andrew Jackson support it? 1827 Cherokee Nation founded Congress passes the Indian Removal Act 1831 Removal of Choctaw and other southeastern peoples from their lands begins.

9 Chapter 12 Section 2 Jackson’s Policy Toward Native Americans P. 44/ P.358 A.Sequencing Events As you this sections, answer the questions about events shown in the time line below In what ways was the Cherokee Nation like the United States? Both had governments and a constitution. 2. What did the Indian Removal Act call for, and why did Andrew Jackson support it? The acts called for the govt to negotiate treaties that would require Native Americans to relocate West 1827 Cherokee Nation founded Congress passes the Indian Removal Act 1831 Removal of Choctaw and other southeastern peoples from their lands begins.

10 B. Summarizing Briefly explain the importance of the following in the conflict over the removal of Native American from their lands. Indian Territory- Indian Removal Act- Law that Jackson used to force the removal of the N.A. from E of the Mississippi Land W of the Mississippi that would be the new home of the SE tribes

11 3. What did the Supreme Court decide in the case, and what was President Jackson’s response to the ruling? The Supreme Court ruled only the federal govt, not the states, could make laws governing the Cherokees 4.What was the outcome of the Seminoles’ refusal? Seminoles refuse to leave their land. 5.Why is the forced removal of the Cherokees referred to as the Trail of Tears? 1838 Forced removal of all Cherokees from Georgia begins The Supreme Court rules on case between Georgia and the Cherokees

12 What did the Supreme Court decide in the case, and what was President Jackson’s response to the ruling? The Supreme Court ruled only the federal govt, not the states, could make laws governing the Cherokees 4.What was the outcome of the Seminoles’ refusal? The Seminoles fought the 2nd Seminole War to resist relocation Seminoles refuse to leave their land. 5.Why is the forced removal of the Cherokees referred to as the Trail of Tears? 1838 Forced removal of all Cherokees from Georgia begins The Supreme Court rules on case between Georgia and the Cherokees

13 Seminole leader Osceola “Black Drink” helped fight against removal from his homelands in Florida. Sauk Chief Black Hawk led a band of Sauk and Fox Indians back to their lands in Illinois.

14 What did the Supreme Court decide in the case, and what was President Jackson’s response to the ruling? The Supreme Court ruled only the federal govt, not the states, could make laws governing the Cherokees 4.What was the outcome of the Seminoles’ refusal? The Seminoles fought the 2nd Seminole War to resist relocation Seminoles refuse to leave their land. 5.Why is the forced removal of the Cherokees referred to as the Trail of Tears? Because so many Cherokees lives were lost on this harsh journey away from their lands Forced removal of all Cherokees from Georgia begins The Supreme Court rules on case between Georgia and the Cherokees

15 Approximately 4,000 Cherokees died on the Trail of Tears.

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19 B. Summarizing On the back of this paper, briefly explain the importance of the following in the conflict over the removal of Native American from their lands. Indian Territory- Land west of the Mississippi that would be the new home of the Southeastern tribes Black Hawk War- Chief Black Hawk led a band of Sauk & fox back to their lands in IL. In 1832, but were defeated by IL. Militias and US Army. Indian Removal Act- Law that Jackson used to force the removal of the N. Americans from east of the Miss. River.

20 Vocabulary chapter 12 Jacksonian Democracy Spoils System Indian Removal ActIndian Territory Trail of TearsTariff of Abominations Doctrine of NullificationWebster-Hayne Debate SecessionInflation Panic of 1837Depression Whig Party


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