2 Moving Native Americans Many settlers wanted the federal government to relocate Native Americans living in the Southeast.Indian Removal Act of 1830—allowed the federal government to pay Native Americans to move west. Jackson sent federal officials to negotiate treaties with the tribes.
3 In 1834 Congress created the Indian Territory, an area in present day Oklahoma. The Cherokee NationPresident Jackson supported Georgia’s efforts to remove the Cherokee even after Chief Justice John Marshall ruled against Georgia.Worcester v. GeorgiaJohn Marshall ruled that Georgia had no right to interfere with the Cherokee: he said only the federal government had the authority over matters involving the Cherokee“John Marshall has made his decision: now let him enforce it! “... Andrew Jackson supports Georgia
4 The Trail of TearsIn 1838, General Winfield Scott and an army of 7,000 federal troops went to Georgia to remove the Cherokee from their homes and lead them west.Thousands of Cherokee died on the forced journey west due to harsh weather of the Great Plains.Became know as the Trail of Tears
8 Native American Resistance In 1832 the Sauk chieftain Black Hawk led a force of Sauk and Fox people back to IllinoisThey wanted to recapturetheir homelandMost of the Sauk and Fox werekilled by the state militia andfederal troops
9 The Seminole of Florida were the only native Americans who successfully resisted their removal. Chief Osceola and his people went to war with the United States rather then leave FloridaSeminole and African Americans who ran away from slavery used guerrilla tactics to fightDade Massacre—Seminoles ambush Major Francis Dade and his men killing most of the 110.
11 By 1842 more then 1,500 American soldiers had died, and the government gave up and some of the Seminole to stay in Florida.Most Native Americans no longer lived east of the Mississippi riverNative Americans gave up more than 100 million acres.USA gave tribes $68 Million and 32 million acres west of the Mississippi.Many tribes relocated to present day Oklahoma. (Reservations)
12 Led Sauk and Fox warriors Winfield ScottOsceolaCherokeeBlack Hawk[Default][MC Any][MC All]
13 Marched the Trail of Tears OsceolaBlack HawkCherokeeWinfield Scott[Default][MC Any][MC All]
14 Sent to remove Cherokee OsceolaBlack HawkWinfield ScottCherokee[Default][MC Any][MC All]
15 Present-day Oklahoma Indian territory New Jersey Georgia Trail of Tears[Default][MC Any][MC All]
16 Led Seminole rebellion OsceolaBlack HawkWinfield ScottAndrew Jackson[Default][MC Any][MC All]
17 Which act allowed the federal government to pay Native Americans to move west? Native American ActFederal ActIndian Removal ActSettlers Act[Default][MC Any][MC All]
18 Jackson v. Georgia Worcester v. Georgia Marbury v. Madison In which Supreme Court decision did Chief Justice John Marshall rule that Georgia had no right to interfere with the Cherokee?Jackson v. GeorgiaWorcester v. GeorgiaMarbury v. MadisonMcCulloch v. Maryland[Default][MC Any][MC All]
19 Who were the only Native Americans who successfully resisted their removal? SeminoleCherokeeSaukFox[Default][MC Any][MC All]
20 To which state did the militia pursue Black Hawk’s warriors before slaughtering them OhioIndianaIllinoisIowa[Default][MC Any][MC All]
21 Making surprise attacks and then retreating back into the forest and swamps is using Tactical warfareGuerrilla tacticsSwamp tacticsSurprise warfare[Default][MC Any][MC All]