When Andrew Jackson became the president of the United States, he had in mind to remove Cherokee Indians from their society and place them on new lands provided by the Louisiana purchase. A bill was signed in 1830, known as the Indian Removal Bill, which made Cherokees migrate from Georgia, westward of the Mississippi river. The Cherokees had to be moved from their lands because the environment they were leaving in was not suiting them well and they were becoming a threat to the new government established by the United States. On President Andrew Jacksonfirst annual message to Congress, he mentioned that Indians were given an opportunity to get involved in their society, but instead the Cherokees wanted to create their own government within
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