Research Paper On The Trail Of Tears

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  • Andrew Jackson and Indian Removal

    This essay discusses good and bad policies of the Andrew Jackson administration, and argues that the good are not enough to negate the bad and evaluate Jackson as a good president. The writer focuses on the removal of the Cherokee Indians from their tribal lands and the Trail of Tears. Three pages in length, three sources are cited.

  • Thomas A. Bailey and the Trail of Tears

    This 6 page paper discusses historian Thomas A. Bailey's statement that the "only feasible solution to the white-red problem seemed to be the removal of the Eastern Indians, in a body, to the Great Plains West." Using the example of the Cherokees and their experience of the Trail of Tears, the paper argues that removal did not solve the "Indian problem," that the removal did not work, that it was unjust, that there were alternatives, and that Bailey's position on the matter is invalid. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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