qBetween the time of the settling of Jamestown and the Trail of Tears in the 1830's, thousands of Native Americans were forced to cede land to European settlers and move westward. This book, with the aid of maps and pictures, relies primarily on the words of those involved to tell the tale of the transfer of landq--Provided by publisher.The Cherokee were neither humble nor cooperative when Jackson wanted them to move. ... In the past it was paid into the Cherokee treasury, but it was decided to make payments to Cherokee individuals, thereby keeping the money out of ... to be dictated to by the United States Supreme Court, writing that a[t]he Supreme Court has as much right to grant a citation to ... would do if Georgia moved to take the Indian lands away from the Cherokee but was not able to get a direct answer.
|Title||:||The Taking of American Indian Lands in the Southeast|
|Author||:||David W. Miller|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2011-02-23|