Indian Removal Act and Trail of Tears



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Indian Removal Act and Trail of Tears
Andrew Jackson’s Perspective

Cherokee Perspective


Soldier’s Perspective



Questions
1. What strikes you as shocking about the history of the Trail of Tears?
2. How would you feel if people who did not speak your language, or know where you were going forced you out of your home?
3. What would you have done if you were a Cherokee at this time in history?
4. What would you have done if you were in the military and had to escort the Cherokee people off of their lands?
5. Do you think President Andrew Jackson should have done anything different?
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