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Jackson's Policy Toward Native Americans
Sequoya
Indian Removal Act
Indian Territory
Assimilation
Cherokee man who invented their writing system
An act passed by Congress to move Native Americans west of th…
Area of land designated in modern Oklahoma for Native America…
Adopting American culture, dress, and language to seem more "…
Sequoya
Cherokee man who invented their writing system
Indian Removal Act
An act passed by Congress to move Native Americans west of th…
7 terms
Jackson's Policy Toward Native Americans
Sequoya
Indian Removal Act
Indian Territory
Trail of Tears
A brilliant Cherokee who invented a writing system for the Ch…
1830 law that called for the government to negotiate treaties…
An area to which Native Americans were moved covering what is…
Forced removal of the Cherokee from their homeland to Indian…
Sequoya
A brilliant Cherokee who invented a writing system for the Ch…
Indian Removal Act
1830 law that called for the government to negotiate treaties…
jackson's policy toward native americans
how did the cherokee adapted to living…
why did jackson believe the government…
why did the whites pressure he governm…
what name was given to the congression…
they adopted white customs including their way of dress famin…
jackson viewed them as a conquered subject who had two choice…
the discovery of gold increased demands by white to move the…
indian removal act.
how did the cherokee adapted to living…
they adopted white customs including their way of dress famin…
why did jackson believe the government…
jackson viewed them as a conquered subject who had two choice…
8 terms
Jackson's Policy Toward Native Americans and Extras
Indian Removal Act Of 1830
Cherokee
Georgia
Slavery
Indians Had To Go To Unsettled Areas In West
Indian Tribe That Resisted To Go On The Trail Of Tears
Where Gold Was Discovered On Cherokee Territory
Being a Slave
Indian Removal Act Of 1830
Indians Had To Go To Unsettled Areas In West
Cherokee
Indian Tribe That Resisted To Go On The Trail Of Tears
7 terms
Jackson's Policy Towards Native Americans
Sequoya
Indian Removal Act
Indian Territory
Trail of Tears
a brilliant Cherokee who invented a writing system for the Ch…
1830 law that called for the government to negotiate treaties…
an area to which Native Americans wet moved covering what is…
forced removal of the Cherokee from their homeland to Indian…
Sequoya
a brilliant Cherokee who invented a writing system for the Ch…
Indian Removal Act
1830 law that called for the government to negotiate treaties…
9 terms
CHAPTER 12 SECTION 2: JACKSON'S POLICY TOWARD NATIVE AMERICANS
SEQUOYA
INDIAN REMOVAL ACT
INDIAN TERRITORY
TRAIL OF TEARS
A brilliant Cherokee who invented a writing system for the Ch…
1830 law that called for the government to negotiate treaties…
An area to which Native Americans were moved covering what is…
Forced removal of the Cherokee from their homeland to Indian…
SEQUOYA
A brilliant Cherokee who invented a writing system for the Ch…
INDIAN REMOVAL ACT
1830 law that called for the government to negotiate treaties…
Chapter 12 Sect. 2 Jacksons policy towards native americans
How was the Cherokee nation like the u…
Indian Removal Act
outcome of seminoles refusal
Trail of Tears
The native americans had adopted white customs. They dressed…
passed in 1830 by Congress; it called for the government to n…
this refusal lead to a second seminole war. many seminoles wo…
forced journey of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia to a regi…
How was the Cherokee nation like the u…
The native americans had adopted white customs. They dressed…
Indian Removal Act
passed in 1830 by Congress; it called for the government to n…
22 terms
Ch.12 8th grade history: Jacksons Policy Towards Native Americans
What are some of the ways Americans be…
What were the 5 civilized tribes?
What was the location of the 5 civiliz…
Why was there a increased demand to mo…
Americans believed that some Indians could adopt to white peo…
Cherokee, Chicksaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole
Georgia, The Carolinas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee
Gold was found
What are some of the ways Americans be…
Americans believed that some Indians could adopt to white peo…
What were the 5 civilized tribes?
Cherokee, Chicksaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole
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Ch.12 8th grade history: Jacksons Policy Towards Native Americans
What are some of the ways Americans be…
What were the 5 civilized tribes?
What was the location of the 5 civiliz…
Why was there a increased demand to mo…
Americans believed that some Indians could adopt to white peo…
Cherokee, Chicksaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole
Georgia, The Carolinas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee
Gold was found
What are some of the ways Americans be…
Americans believed that some Indians could adopt to white peo…
What were the 5 civilized tribes?
Cherokee, Chicksaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole
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Jackson's Policy Toward Native Americans 12-2
Sequoya
Indian Removal Act
Indian Territory
Trail of Tears
A brilliant Cherokee who invented a writing system for the Ch…
1830 law that called for the government to negotiate treaties…
An area to which Native Americans were moved covering what is…
Forced removal of the Cherokee from their homeland to Indian…
Sequoya
A brilliant Cherokee who invented a writing system for the Ch…
Indian Removal Act
1830 law that called for the government to negotiate treaties…
12.2 and 12.3 Jackson's Policy Toward Native Americans
What did Andrew Jackson believe?
What was discovered on Cherokee land t…
What wanted Cherokee land?
Andrew Jackson wanted to negotiate____…
Indians and Whites should not mix
gold
state government
treaties
What did Andrew Jackson believe?
Indians and Whites should not mix
What was discovered on Cherokee land t…
gold
jacksons native american policy
how the conflicts were settled
drew boundaries
most forced
5 tribes remained in south
treaties
btw american land and indian land
to move west of mississippi
adapted to white ways such as farming, written language, and…
how the conflicts were settled
treaties
drew boundaries
btw american land and indian land
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Federal Policy Towards Native Americans
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2
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War with Europe
War with Pacific
Dday
End of war with Europe
1
War with Europe
2
War with Pacific
8th Grade History | Ch. 12 Lesson 2 : Jackson's Policy Toward Native Americans | Vocab
Sequoya
Indian Removal Act
Indian Territory
Trail of Tears
(1821) A brilliant Cherokee that invented a writing system fo…
The act called for the government to negotiate treaties that…
An area located in what is now Oklahoma and parts of Kansas a…
The harsh journey of the Cherokee from their homeland to Indi…
Sequoya
(1821) A brilliant Cherokee that invented a writing system fo…
Indian Removal Act
The act called for the government to negotiate treaties that…
13 terms
The Age of Jackson: Jackson's Native American Policy
Identify who Sequoya was, and what he…
Explain what Sequoya hoped by doing th…
What facts can you list to show how Am…
What Native American tribes were calle…
He was a Cherokee that invented a writing system.
He hoped to share power with the whites and keep their indepe…
Some hoped natives could adapt to the white way of life, othe…
Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole. They lived…
Identify who Sequoya was, and what he…
He was a Cherokee that invented a writing system.
Explain what Sequoya hoped by doing th…
He hoped to share power with the whites and keep their indepe…
Ch 12 Section 2, Jacksons Policy Towards Natives
Sequoya
Native Americans in the Southeast
The Cherokee Nation
Jacksons Removal Plan
Native American man who created a writing system for the cher…
Many Americans wanted the Natives to move to avoid conflict i…
the cherokee adopted many white things such as a writing syst…
Jackson long supported the removal of the natives since the W…
Sequoya
Native American man who created a writing system for the cher…
Native Americans in the Southeast
Many Americans wanted the Natives to move to avoid conflict i…
24 terms
Federal Policies Towards Native Americans (8.92)
Purpose of the Indian Peace Commission?
Reason to move American Indians to Res…
Where were the "Indian Lands"?
Harsh conditions of the Reservations:
(coming up with a policy to control Native Americans and chan…
Gave the army authority to deal forcefully with any groups th…
The Great Plains (or any land that the Americans didn't want)…
- the government failed to deliver promised food and supplies…
Purpose of the Indian Peace Commission?
(coming up with a policy to control Native Americans and chan…
Reason to move American Indians to Res…
Gave the army authority to deal forcefully with any groups th…
Andrew Jackson & Native Americans
irony
conform
deceive
indifferent
the difference between what you expect and what actually happ…
to become simliar or obey
to mislead or trick
not caring
irony
the difference between what you expect and what actually happ…
conform
to become simliar or obey
Jackson and native Americans
Jacksons classification for natives
How Jackson thinks relocation will ben…
Cherokee reaction
How Cheerokee feel about new territory
Savages
It will give them more space
They remain on land for as long as possible
There is no personal connection and they do not like it becau…
Jacksons classification for natives
Savages
How Jackson thinks relocation will ben…
It will give them more space
Andrew Jackson and the Native Americans
Andrew Jackson
Osceola
16,000
Indian Removal Act
7th President who encouraged the Indian Removal Act to Congre…
Chief who led the Florida Seminoles to resist the Indian Remo…
Around the amount of Cherokees that were sent out of their la…
A law passed by Congress in 1830 allows the president to make…
Andrew Jackson
7th President who encouraged the Indian Removal Act to Congre…
Osceola
Chief who led the Florida Seminoles to resist the Indian Remo…
5 terms
Native Americans and Jackson
Indian Removal Act
Why did Jackson feel like he had to mo…
List the Native Americans affected by…
Explain the importance behind the Trai…
Allowed Jackson to remove the Native Americans from lands in…
The Native American's land was found to be good for farming a…
1. Creek... 2. Cherokee... 3. Chickasaw... 4. Choctaw... 5. Seminole
After the Cherokee sued the USA for their land, using our car…
Indian Removal Act
Allowed Jackson to remove the Native Americans from lands in…
Why did Jackson feel like he had to mo…
The Native American's land was found to be good for farming a…
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History Staar Test III Specific Topics and Eras: Policies toward Native Americans
Indian Wars
Homestead Act
Dawes Act
American Indian Citizenship act
Conflict between Natives and the US military between 1862 San…
gave white settlers 160 acres without payment if they could l…
tried to break up the traditional communal social structure o…
granted full citizenship to natives, formerly been wards of t…
Indian Wars
Conflict between Natives and the US military between 1862 San…
Homestead Act
gave white settlers 160 acres without payment if they could l…
Andrew Jackson & Native Americans
What was the Black Hawk War?
What did the Indian Removal Plan call…
How did the Five Civilized Tribes, esp…
What impact did the state of Georgia h…
The government stated that all the Native Americans must leav…
That all Indians living east of the Mississippi River must mo…
-Adopted farming... -Received education... -Written language... -Own n…
Gold was discovered, bringing in settlers. Also, the governme…
What was the Black Hawk War?
The government stated that all the Native Americans must leav…
What did the Indian Removal Plan call…
That all Indians living east of the Mississippi River must mo…
10 terms
Native American policy of the 1800s
Trail of Tears
Indian Removal Act of 1830
Worcester v. Georgia
Indian Wars
The name given to the forced relocation of the Cherokee peopl…
A law signed by President Andrew Jackson which established th…
In a case heard before the court in 1831, Chief Justice Marsh…
Ranged from colonial times to the Wounded Knee massacre and "…
Trail of Tears
The name given to the forced relocation of the Cherokee peopl…
Indian Removal Act of 1830
A law signed by President Andrew Jackson which established th…
Jackson and the Native Americans
3 groups democracy didn't extend under…
The "Big 5" Native American groups
Where the NA lands were
Oklahoma
Women, slaves, and Native Americans. Native Americans
Choctaw, Chicasaw, Cherokee, Creek, and Seminoles
Alabama, Mississippi, northern Georgia, western North Carolin…
The modern state the Indian Territory was in
3 groups democracy didn't extend under…
Women, slaves, and Native Americans. Native Americans
The "Big 5" Native American groups
Choctaw, Chicasaw, Cherokee, Creek, and Seminoles
13 terms
Gov. Actions Towards Native Americans
1778
1787
1824
1839
Continental Congress
Northwest Territory Ordinance
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Indian Removal Bill
1778
Continental Congress
1787
Northwest Territory Ordinance
Native American Policy
Andrew Jackson
Indian Removal Act of 1830
Cherokee of Georgia and Trail of Tears
Indian New Deal
established the Bureau of Indian Affairs; refused to support…
70,000 Indians moved west of Mississippi River; land allotted…
Georgia gained authority over territory of Cherokee Nation; t…
1870s; Commissioner of Indian Affairs - Francis Walker: forma…
Andrew Jackson
established the Bureau of Indian Affairs; refused to support…
Indian Removal Act of 1830
70,000 Indians moved west of Mississippi River; land allotted…
Native American Policy
Reservation wars
Sand creek massacre
Fetterman massacre
Lone wolf vs Hitchcock (1903)
Caused by local violence and bad policies, these were messy a…
In May, 1864, cheyenne tribe told to settle along sand creek…
In 1866, 1500 Sioux warriors wipe out William fetterman and h…
Ruling gives congress authority to do whatever it wants in re…
Reservation wars
Caused by local violence and bad policies, these were messy a…
Sand creek massacre
In May, 1864, cheyenne tribe told to settle along sand creek…
The West and Native American Policy
Manifest Destiny
Homestead Act
Pacific Railway Act
Transcontinental Railroad
the belief of the 19th century that it was the destiny of the…
(1862) a special act of Congress that made public lands in th…
a series of acts of Congress that promoted the construction o…
known as the Pacific Railroad; a railroad that goes from one…
Manifest Destiny
the belief of the 19th century that it was the destiny of the…
Homestead Act
(1862) a special act of Congress that made public lands in th…
10 terms
Native American policy of the 1800s
Trail of Tears
Indian Removal Act of 1830
Worcester v. Georgia
Indian Wars
The name given to the forced relocation of the Cherokee peopl…
A law signed by President Andrew Jackson which established th…
In a case heard before the court in 1831, Chief Justice Marsh…
Ranged from colonial times to the Wounded Knee massacre and "…
Trail of Tears
The name given to the forced relocation of the Cherokee peopl…
Indian Removal Act of 1830
A law signed by President Andrew Jackson which established th…
30 terms
Jackson, Important People, Native Americans
Tecumseh
William Henry Harrison
James Madison
John Quincy Adams
-a Native American leader who died for his people to unite... -a…
-killed Tecumseh in the battle of Tippecanoe... -used fame from…
-President during the War of 1812... -4th President
-lost the election of 1828... -negotiated the Adams-Onis Treaty…
Tecumseh
-a Native American leader who died for his people to unite... -a…
William Henry Harrison
-killed Tecumseh in the battle of Tippecanoe... -used fame from…
6 terms
Native American Policies
What was Pacification?
What was the Indian Removal Act?
What were reservations?
What was the Allotment/Dawes Act?
Eliminating the Indians
Forced Indians West of Mississippi-Trail of Tears
Indian Territory-forced onto that land
Reservations divided among Indians
What was Pacification?
Eliminating the Indians
What was the Indian Removal Act?
Forced Indians West of Mississippi-Trail of Tears
41 terms
The Late West/Native American Policy
Buffalo Soldiers
Exodusters
Homestead Act
Pacific Railway Act
African American soldiers, who fought in the Civil War and al…
Former slaves and sharecroppers that moved from the Southern…
Allowed settlers to claim 160 acre pieces of land in the West…
Allowed for the building of the Transcontinental Railroad
Buffalo Soldiers
African American soldiers, who fought in the Civil War and al…
Exodusters
Former slaves and sharecroppers that moved from the Southern…
11 terms
9.22 Jackson and the Natives Americans
how did americans view the natives
what are the "five civilized tribes"
where were the five civilized tribes l…
what were Jackson's options for dealin…
either favored them or wanted to convert them
cherokee, choctaw, seminole, creek, chicksaw
Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi…
assimilation, let them live in original lands, force them to…
how did americans view the natives
either favored them or wanted to convert them
what are the "five civilized tribes"
cherokee, choctaw, seminole, creek, chicksaw
18 terms
APUSH Native American Policy and Issues
Five Civilized Tribes
Indian Removal Act 1820
Trail of Tears
Cherokee Nation v. Georgia
Powerful southern tribes that were forced to give up their la…
Signed into law by President Andrew Jackson, strongly support…
The Cherokee Indians were forced to leave their lands. They t…
Supreme Court decision in which Chief Justice Marshall ruled…
Five Civilized Tribes
Powerful southern tribes that were forced to give up their la…
Indian Removal Act 1820
Signed into law by President Andrew Jackson, strongly support…
Westward Expansion and Native American Policy
Open Range
Morrill Act
Homestead Act
Bonanza Farms
enabled the distribution of cattle to roam freely before the…
the government gave 30,000 acres of land to each state; the s…
gave 160 acres to settlers for free to encourage people move…
very large farms to perform large-scale operations like growi…
Open Range
enabled the distribution of cattle to roam freely before the…
Morrill Act
the government gave 30,000 acres of land to each state; the s…
30 terms
Native American Policies First Exam
Manifest Destiny
Doctrine of Discovery
Conquest
Guardianship Principle
1800s belief that Americans had the right to spread across th…
INTERNATIONAL LEGAL RIGHT TO CLAIM LANDS PREVIOUSLY UNCLAIMED…
Capture or taking of something by force
The Federal Government is responsible for Native Americans in…
Manifest Destiny
1800s belief that Americans had the right to spread across th…
Doctrine of Discovery
INTERNATIONAL LEGAL RIGHT TO CLAIM LANDS PREVIOUSLY UNCLAIMED…
US History 2: Native Americans Policy 2
1820
1851
1868
1887
Push Native Americans west of Mississippi - to the Great Amer…
Fort Laramie Treaty - Move Native Americans into reservations…
2nd Fort Laramie Treaty - give Native Americans the Black Hil…
Dawes Act - end to native American War - attempt to Americani…
1820
Push Native Americans west of Mississippi - to the Great Amer…
1851
Fort Laramie Treaty - Move Native Americans into reservations…
130 terms
The Destruction of Native American Societies (War, and Peace Policy)
"Is one of the fairest portions of the…
Nothing could stay the advance of whit…
- though he had a humanitarian interes…
- they were probably fewer than 100, 0…
What were the words of one US President, describing the way m…
Why did countless treaties made with Native American tribes i…
What did President Thomas Jefferson want for the Native Ameri…
What were the massive disadvantages the Native Americans face…
"Is one of the fairest portions of the…
What were the words of one US President, describing the way m…
Nothing could stay the advance of whit…
Why did countless treaties made with Native American tribes i…
5 terms
U.S. History: Native American policies
Trade Intercourse Act
Indian removal act
Homestead act
Dawes act
Allowed the federal government to make lots of money off of t…
Forced Cherokee's to sign the treaty. They were given 2 years…
The federal government and Abraham Lincoln gave away Native A…
The Native Americans will get their individual land, if they…
Trade Intercourse Act
Allowed the federal government to make lots of money off of t…
Indian removal act
Forced Cherokee's to sign the treaty. They were given 2 years…
Native American Lives and U.S. Policy
What was the term for the mass migrati…
What was the name of the battle where…
What was the name of the Nez Perce Chi…
What act attempted to assimilate nativ…
Trail of Tears
Battle of Little Bighorn
Chief Joseph
Dawes Act
What was the term for the mass migrati…
Trail of Tears
What was the name of the battle where…
Battle of Little Bighorn
4-3.4: Explain how the American Revolution affected attitudes toward the future of slavery, women, and Native Americans.
African Americans
freedom
not fulfilled
"all men are created equal,"
_______________, including slaves (i.e. Crispus Attucks and P…
Some slaves were promised __________ after the war.
Most of the promises made by either side, however, were _____…
As a result of sentiments of the Revolution contained in the…
African Americans
_______________, including slaves (i.e. Crispus Attucks and P…
freedom
Some slaves were promised __________ after the war.
55 terms
Reconstruction, westward expansion, Native American policy, populist movement
Emancipation proclamation
Thirteenth amendment
Fourteenth amendment
Fifteenth amendment
-Emancipation by Lincoln... - slave states in rebellious states…
Abolish slavery
Gave men who were citizens the right to vote
Declared all citizens equal under the law
Emancipation proclamation
-Emancipation by Lincoln... - slave states in rebellious states…
Thirteenth amendment
Abolish slavery
31 terms
U.S. Native American Policy Westward Migration Unit
1881 Helen Hunt Jackson published the…
The process by which a person or perso…
December 29, 1890, near Wounded Knee C…
An overland route connecting the gold…
"A Century of Dishonor"-
assimilation
Battle of Wounded Knee, SD (1890)-
Bozeman Trail-
1881 Helen Hunt Jackson published the…
"A Century of Dishonor"-
The process by which a person or perso…
assimilation
8 terms
U.S. History G/T: Native American Policies
reservations
What was the policy for reservations?
What were the policies for wars and ex…
assimilation
land set aside for Native Americans
- Government wished to restrict native movement... - Treaties th…
- Federal government encouraged killing of buffalo because Na…
the process in which one gives up his culture for another cul…
reservations
land set aside for Native Americans
What was the policy for reservations?
- Government wished to restrict native movement... - Treaties th…
9 terms
Change of policy from 1876: destruction of the Native American way of life
What happened on the 4th July 1876?
What impact did the battle of Little B…
How did the government and army react…
What role did the Army play in the des…
The news of the Battle of Little Big Horn reached most of the…
Until B.L.B.H most of the public had been behind the governme…
*They built two new forts on the Yellowstone river... *2,500 arm…
*Use of Indian scouts- Indians that hated other tribes more t…
What happened on the 4th July 1876?
The news of the Battle of Little Big Horn reached most of the…
What impact did the battle of Little B…
Until B.L.B.H most of the public had been behind the governme…
Native American Indian policies and issues at the end of the 19th century
Populations continued to dwindle due to
what population affected Natives
what animal population shrinks drastic…
what lifestyle do most Natives have
disease, fighting, etc
Shrinking bison population
buffalo
nomadic
Populations continued to dwindle due to
disease, fighting, etc
what population affected Natives
Shrinking bison population
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U.S. History Ch 10 The Age of Jackson Sec 1 Jacksonian Democracy Sec 2 The Removal of Native Americans & Sec 3 Jackson and the Bank
Favorite sons
Henry Clay
Andrew Jackson
John Quincy Adams
Home states supported the presidential candidates rather than…
...
...
...
Favorite sons
Home states supported the presidential candidates rather than…
Henry Clay
...
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American Studies Enge Manifest Destiny Native American, Andrew Jackson, and Homestead test
Reasons for westward expansion (Male p…
Indian Removal act
Dawes act
"Kill the Indian and Save the man"
James Polk... The government wanted to lead the western expansio…
Moved Native Americans off their land to reservations
Split up reservation land and gave portions to each family in…
Destroy all tribal "habits" and culture and replace it with w…
Reasons for westward expansion (Male p…
James Polk... The government wanted to lead the western expansio…
Indian Removal act
Moved Native Americans off their land to reservations
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