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Indian Removal

ISBN-10: 0393927253
ISBN-13: 9780393927252
Edition: 2006
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List price: $12.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/14/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.638

About the series: The Norton Casebooks in History provide students with everything they need for in-depth study of select topics in major periods studied in American and world history. Each volume consists of an introductory essay by the editor on the topic, primary sources, and recent essays by historians that explore different interpretations. Each volume combines the most authoritative text available with contextual and critical materials that bring the topic to life for students.

DAVID S. HEIDLER and JEANNE T. HEIDLER have written numerous scholarly books and articles dealing with the history of the early American republic, the Antebellum period, and the Civil War.

List of Illustrations and Maps
Overview
Documents
Treaties
Treaty of Greenville, August 3, 1795
Treaty of Fort Jackson, August 9, 1814
Second Treaty of Indian Springs, February 12, 1825
Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, September 27, 1830
Treaty of New Echota, December 29, 1835
Contemporary Views of Indians
Customs and Character of Carolina Indians, 1709
Andrew Jackson Describes Indians, 1793
James Fenimore Cooper Describes Indians
The Indian Perspective
"Logan's Lament"
Cornplanter, Big Tree, and Half-Town to George Washington, 1790
Corn Tassel Protests White Plans, 1785
Red Jacket on Land Cessions and Removal, 1811
Tecumseh to William Henry Harrison, 1810
Indians Do Not Break Treaties, 1815
Constitution of the Cherokee Nation, 1827
Cherokee Phoenix, Statement of Purpose, 1828
First Blood Shed by the Georgians, 1830
A Seminole Describes White-Indian Relations, 1841
Public Statements and Government Policy
Thomas L. McKenney's Annual Report, November 17, 1829
John Eaton and the Cherokees, 1829
Andrew Jackson Calls for Removal, 1829
Edward Everett Opposes Indian Removal, 1830
Henry G. Lamar Supports Indian Removal, 1830
Indian Removal Act of 1830
Commissioner of Indian Affairs Elbert Herring Describes Removal as Humane, 1831
Cherokee Nation v. State of Georgia, 1831
Worcester v. State of Georgia, 1832
The Ordeal of Removal
Indians Resolve to Remain on Their Lands, 1827
Cherokee Anger, 1830
Missionaries at Dancing Rabbit Creek, 1830
A Choctaw Farewell, 1832
A White Samaritan on the Choctaw Trek, 1832
Squatters Take Over Creek Farms, 1832
Stealing Land from Creeks, 1835
Black Hawk's Farewell, 1835
Removed Creeks Travel West, 1836
Cherokees Are Urged to Comply, 1837
The Dictates of Conscience, 1837
Osceola Unbowed, 1834
Slavery and the Seminole War, 1841
Interpretations
Andrew Jackson's Indian Policy: A Reassessment
Abuse of Power: Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act of 1830
Suggested Readings
Index

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