sams 11-2 mind map

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1. The Trail of Tears

2. Moving Native Americans

2.1. United States had expanded West by 1830s

2.2. The tribes had started farms with successful economies

2.3. In Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida lived the tribes

2.4. Settlers wanted the Government to move the Native Americans West of the Mississippi

3. Tribes

3.1. Cherokee

3.2. Creek

3.3. Seminole

3.4. Chicksaw

3.5. Choctaw

4. Indian Removal Act of 1830

4.1. This allowed the government to pay the Native Americans to move West

4.2. In 1834 Congress created the Indian Territory which is in present day Oklahoma

5. The trail of Tears

5.1. In 1835 the government persuaded a few Cherokee to sign a treaty giving up their land

5.2. Even though they signed it, many of them refused to honor it

5.3. After they wouldnt honor it,in 1838 general winfeild scott went to remove them from their homes

5.4. In the end they forced them to move west, which was the trail where they cried calling in the trail of tears

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7. Native american Resitance

7.1. In 1832 the chieftain Blackhawk led Sauk and fox people back to Illinois to reclaim land lost in the treaty.

7.2. The Seminole were one of the only people to not give up and leave Florida.

7.3. In 1835 the Seminole people joined foreces with the African American runaway slaves and used guerilla tactics to attack settlements along the coast

8. Native Americans on the Trail of Tears

9. Andrew Jackson= Predient and also tnne one who persuaded the tribe leaders to sign the treaty to leave

10. Osceola- the leader of the seminole and one of the only tribe leaders to not sign the treaty and stay in Florida

11. Relocate- to move to a new place and establish ones home

12. Guerilla Tactics- an act perfprmed by the Seminole and the African Americans that use military tactics such as ambushes, sabotage, raids, petty warfare, hit-and-run tactics, and mobility to fight a larger and less- mobile traditional military