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Essay | Cherokee Removal

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Cherokee Removal

Summary: Essay is about the Cherokee Indians and their removal from their original habitat.
The Cherokee role in the American society was an ongoing battle amongst closed minds and sheer ignorance to rights of original land owners. For years the fight over land was the dividing instrument amongst the new citizens of a new, free country and the traditions of the Cherokee people was being pushed back into the west.

Since international law said that England had discovered the American colonies, they therefore owned all of the land. That meant that the natives or "uncivilized" people no longer owned the land. This group of the "uncivilized" consisted of many Indian tribes which were forced out of their homeland, including the Cherokee.

While Georgia and North Carolina strived to make room for new citizens, it was the Cherokee who were affected the most in this transformation. They were outraged and knew that under the Peace of Paris Treaty, that they could not legally...

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