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The Treaty of [new] Echota was signed on December 29th 1835, between the United States and The State of Georgia (purporting to represent the Cherokee Nation - Cherokee Nation VS Georgia, US Supreme court (findings))

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What was true about treaty of new echota?

One of the things the Treaty of New Echota did was that it divided the Cherokee.


What was true about the treaty of the new echota?

One of the things the Treaty of New Echota did was that it divided the Cherokee.


What did the Treaty of New Echota do?

The Treaty of New Echota took away land from the Cherokee Indians. It also forced the Cherokee people to move west.


What is a true fact about the treaty of New Echota?

it divided the Cherokees


Why did some Cherokee leaders accept the Treaty of New Echota?

they feared more mistreatment


What was the name of the treaty which gave all Cherokee territory east of the Mississippi River to the U.S.?

It's called "Treaty of New Echota"


The treaty of echota led to what infamous removal of the Cherokee nation?

The Treaty of Echota, signed by a minority faction of the Cherokee (who did not have the authority to do so) and the United States government, led to the forced removal of the Cherokee from Georgia to a reservation west of the Mississippi. This relocation was known as the Trail of Tears and resulted in the deaths of about 4,000 Cherokee's during the march.


Which of the following was ultimately the result of the Indian Removal Act of 1830 and the Treaty of New Echota in 1835?

Trail of Tears


How did john ross argue the case against the removal of the Cherokees in the memorial and petition submitted to the senate and house of representatives what are the chief points he made?

The Treaty of new echota was signed and delivered by Washington D.C. John Ross argued that the treaty would never be accepted by the Cherokee Indians simply because it was not signed or agreed to by the Cherokee Indians.


When was New Echota created?

New Echota was created in 1970.


Which government law led us to the trail of tears?

The government law that led us to the Trail of Tears was known as the Treaty of New Echota. This treaty was illegal because it was never signed by a Cherokee leader, and the Cherokee Nation's pleas and petitions against it were ignored.


Where was the whitangi signed?

The treaty of whitangi was signed in New Zealand.