Georgia school asks 4th graders to write letter to Andrew Jackson on how removal of Cherokee helped U.S. grow and prosper - NATIVE VIEWPOINT

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Georgia Cyber Academy assignment asks students to write from perspective of an American settler. President Andrew Jackson was a key figure in the creation of the Indian Removal Act. More than 15,000 Cherokees were forced to travel to present day Oklahoma on foot. The farms owned by Cherokee people were taken by white settlers without compensation to the Cherokee.
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Georgia school asks 4th graders to write letter to Andrew Jackson on how removal of Cherokee helped U.S. grow and prosper - NATIVE VIEWPOINT

Georgia school assigns 4th graders a letter to President Andrew Jackson on how Cherokee removal helped the United States grow and prosper

4 months ago
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