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Indian Removal Act Crossword

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Where are the Indians being forced to move? Oklahoma
Who is our president? Andrew Jackson
What day was the Indian Removal Act law made? May 28 1830
The Indians went _________ of the Mississippi West
What season are the Indians in while moving? winter
How many Indians are moving? twenty thousand
How many major tribes are involved five
What did they call the Indian's trip westward of the Mississippi River Trail of Tears
What Indian tribe started a war with the Americans Seminoles
About how many Indians died on the Trail of Tears 4000
Who is our Vice President John C Calhoun
Who told Andrew Jackson not to remove Indians Supreme Court
On the Trail of Tears who died first children and elderly
Who named the Trail of Tears the Trail of Tears Cherokees
Was the Act of 1830 used to relocate or remove Indians Relocate

Manifest Destiny - Westward Expansion Word Search

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Trail of Tears
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Age of Jackson Word Search

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Unit 5 Social Studies Word Search

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Trail of Tears Word Search

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Trail of Tears Crossword

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Congressional Act of 1830 IndianRemovalAct
present day Oklahoma Indian teritory
sauk Leader BlackHawk
Sauk leader Keokuk
natives who signed the Treaty Of Dancing Rabbit Creek Choctaw
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court MArshall
Pricipal chief of the Cherokee John Ross
Developed a writing system Sequoya
800 mile forced march Trail of Tears
Natives from present day Mississippi Chickasaw
Seminole leader Osceola
Cherokee newspaper Phoenix
natives from present day Alabama Creek
President who ignored Supreme Court Jackson

SS8H5 Crossword

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The creator of Cherokee first written language Sequoyah
Signed away creek land McIntosh
Principal chief of Cherokee nation John Ross
use to transport good Railroads
Signed Indian removal act Andrew Jackson
Judge in Worcester vs Georgia John Marshall
Part of Andrew Jacksons removal policy Trail of tears
The first university funded by a gov. University of Georgia
Invintion that separated seed from the cotton Cotton gin
Resold the land for a higher price Yazoo land fraud

Indian Removal Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Group of tried to live in America. Native Americans
Signed by President Andrew Jackson alone removal of Native Americans. Indian removal act
Didn't who signed Indian removal act Andrew Jackson
Did you know his nation and lived in southern Appalacian regions, largest of the three federally recognized tribes Cherokee
Indigenous nation that lived in Southeast US during 19th century. Creek
Many Indians died on this journey from their home to Oklahoma. Trail of tears
Play in which the Indians were relocated to. Oklahoma
Army general responsible for removing Indians from their land Winfield Scott
Cherokee who broke tribal law by signing treaty of Washington Major ridge
Well educated Cherokee chief who took petition to Washington John Ross
Principal chief of the upper Creek who signed the treaty of New York Alexander McGillivary
Chief of the lower Creek who signed the treaty of Indian springs William McIntosh
Creator of the Indian syllabary Sequoyah
First newspaper published by Native Americans Cherokee Phoenix
Capital of the Cherokee nation New Echota

Westward Expansion Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who was the person responsible for and signed the Indian Removal Act? Andrew Jackson
What was the journey that the Cherokee people took because of the Indian removal policy called? Trail of Tears
Which battle was the most important for Texas to gain independence, it was a Francisan mission? Battle of the Alamo
Who was the general and dictator of Mexico during the battles for Texas independence? Santa Ana
Who was the United States's president during the Mexican American War? James Polk
This term means, the belief that it is America's obvious fate to move west. Manifest destiny
What was a popular slogan said by John K. Polk when he was ready to go to war against a territory? 50/40 or fight
This trail was the safest and most effective trail for going west. It's a very popular trail. Oregon Trail
This compromise made it possible for people to still own slaves in Washington DC. Compromise of 1850
Who was known as the, "Great Compromiser?" Henry Clay
Who's idea was it to build a railroad from Chicago to San Fransico? Stephen A. Douglas
This term is the political belief that the people who lived in the region should should vote and decide on the nature of their government themselves. Popular sovereignty

Trail of Tears Word Search

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