Title: letter to President Jackson
More so than other Indian nations, the Cherokee Nation tried to use a range of diplomatic and legal strategies to maintain their autonomy. Two leaders, John Ross and Major Ridge, led the Cherokee efforts. You can read more about their efforts here: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-cheroke…
Today you are going to become a chief in the Cherokee Nation and join the diplomatic fight for the future.
Write a letter to President Jackson before the Trail of Tear in 1835 opposing the forced relocation of your nation. (50 points) You can find examples of similar letters here: https://dp.la/primary-source-sets/cherokee-removal…
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Additional requirements: Number of pages: 1 Number of sources: 1 Citation style: apa Academic level: collegeyear1 Course name: History of America Course level:
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