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PALS Indian Removal

Creek leader in the Oconee War between Creek and Georgia pioneers and worked to protect Creek lands Alexander McGillvray
leader of the Creek Nation who signed the Treaty of Indian Springs and later murdered by his own people William McIntosh
Cherokee who created the written Cherokee language Sequoyah
system of sounds and letters that enabled the Cherokee people to read and write syllabary
chief of the Cherokee in 1827 and established a written constitution for the Cherokee Nation John Ross
discovery of gold in this Georgia city led to the forced removal of the Cherokee Indians. Dahlonega
name was given to the forced removal of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia Trail of Tears
Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court who ruled in Worcester v. Georgia that the Cherokee territory was not subject to state law John Marshall
U.S. Supreme Court case that decided Cherokee territory was not subject to Georgia law Worcester v. Georgia
US president who forced the removal of the Creek and Cherokee Indians from Georgia Andrew Jackson
western state where most Indians moved to Oklahoma
Created by: rbcawthon



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