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Roleplay as a Geogia Landowner Arguing for the Explusion of the Cherokee from Georgia

Summary: A role-play exercise in which a Georgia landowner argues for the expulsion of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia through forced removal.
Ever since Europeans set foot set foot on North America, the tension between the Native Americans and immigrants grew. The organized Indian nation of the Cherokee had a vast amount of land within Georgia's boundaries. Especially with the discovery of gold on Cherokee land, Georgian people were eager to get rid of the Natives. The US had signed two separate agreements, one with Georgia and the other with the Cherokee tribe. One granted the Cherokee ownership of their lands in America. The other agreement gave Georgia's western lands to the federal government in exchange for $1,250,000 as long as the government would move the Cherokees off Georgia's land. My name is Henry Sickle, and I am a southern plantation owner pleading my solution to this problem. I am against the Natives and do not believe they work...

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