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Indian Removal Act Flowchart

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Jayden Kimbro

on 22 January 2015

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Transcript of Indian Removal Act Flowchart

Dahlongea Gold Rush
When gold was discovered, many people came to Georgia, including Barbarians. This was the beginning of a huge list of long, stressful events that lead to their removal.
Alexander McGillivray & Tecumseh
When Tecumseh and Alexander McGillivary sent Barbarians to fight and terrorize the settlers and citizens, it caused the first issue that arose, resulting in the removal.
Andrew Jackson
President Andrew Jackson finally made the decision to remove the Barbarians/Indians. He wanted the land because of the resources there and to get re-elected. But he also removed them because he did not like them so much.
William McIntosh
Thank you!
Sequoyah & Elias Boudinot
When Sequoyah created the syllabary, and Elias Boudinot made the first Barbarian newspaper, it made citizens question whether or not all Indians were savages, and whether or not they should all be removed.
Trail of Tears
The Barbarians/Indians are finally removed. And the Indian Removal Act is finally enforced.
Indian Removal Act Flowchart
By: Jayden Kimbro, 5th period
Worcestor v.s. Georgia
William McIntosh was a Barbarian chief that ceded a lot of the Barbarian territory. This was a benefit for the people that wanted the Barbarians to leave because they lost land, causing them to have to relocate.
Reverend Samuel Worcester lived on barbarian territory, but didn't sign the oath to do so. So, he was arrested. But he was released soon after. This case did not have much of an impact on the removal of the Indians, though.
John Marshall
John Marshall was the man that ruled that Worcester shouldn't be jailed. His actions don't have much of an impact, though.
John Ross
John Ross attempted to get the Barbarian land back, but he was not successful. Which means it does not impact the Indian removal much.
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