Conflicts Over Land

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Conflicts Over Land by Mind Map: Conflicts Over Land

1. Moving Native Amricans

1.1. by 1830's large numbers of native americans lived in the east.

1.2. Most native americans lived in georiga, alabama, mississippi, or florida.

1.3. The five civilized tribes were Cherokee, seminole, chickasaw, choctaw.

1.4. Man settlers wanted to relocate the native americans

1.5. Jackson was in favor of the settlers

2. Native American Resistance

2.1. 1832 Black Hawks led a force to recapture Illinois. Illinois responded with 4,500 troops.

2.2. Seminole were the only ones to resist removal. 1835 Seminole joined forces with African Americans.

2.3. By 1842 more than 1,500 American soldiers died in Seminole wars. Only a few lived past the Mississippi.

2.3.1. Included

2.3.2. Included

2.3.3. Excluded

3. Indian Removal Act

3.1. Indian removal act was passed in 1830.

3.1.1. Project specifications

3.1.2. End User requirements

3.1.3. Action points sign-off

3.2. Allowed US to pay native americans to leave

3.2.1. Define actions as necessary

3.3. 1834 congress created Indian territory(present day Oklahoma).

4. The Cherokee Nation

4.1. Cherokee refused to give up land.

4.2. US treaties recognized them as a separate nation but didn't recognize Cherokee laws.

4.3. John Marshall ruled that Georgia couldn't interfere with the Cherokee. Only federal government was in charge of dealing with the Cherokee.

5. The Trail Of Tears

5.1. 1835 The federal government tried to get a treaty signed that gave up the Native Americans land.

5.1.1. Dependencies

5.1.2. Milestones

5.2. 1838 general Winfield Scott and an army of 7,000 removedd Cherokee.

5.2.1. Schedule

5.2.2. Budget

5.3. 17,000 refused to honor treaty.

5.3.1. KPI's

6. Vocab/People: Relocate: to move to a different location Winfield Scott: Led the army to kick out the cherokee. Black Hawk: Was a war leader and captian of the saul. Guerrilla Tactics: A form of irregular warfare. Osceola: Influential leader of the seminole.

7. The Seminole