Indian Removal Act


Indian Removal Act
law signed in 1830 that called for the resettlement of American Indians to lands west of the Mississippi River (U.S. History)

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  • Indian Removal Act — The Indian Removal Act, part of a United States government policy known as Indian removal, was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson on May 26, 1830.The U.S. Senate passed the bill on 24 April 1830 (28 19), the U.S. House passed it on 26… …   Wikipedia

  • Indian Removal Act — Der Indian Removal Act (englisch: Indianer Umsiedlungsgesetz oder Indianer Ausweisungs Gesetz) wurde 1830 in den USA erlassen, um eine gesetzliche Grundlage für die Indianer Ausweisung (Indian Removal) aus den Bundesstaaten östlich des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Indian Removal Act — Se ha sugerido que este artículo o sección sea fusionado con Remoción India (discusión). Una vez que hayas realizado la fusión de artículos, pide la fusión de historiales aquí. El Indian Removal Act (o Acta de Remoción de los Indios) de 1830 fue… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Indian Removal Act — L’Indian Removal Act (littéralement Acte de déplacement des Indiens) est une loi des États Unis datant du 26 mai 1830, proposée par Andrew Jackson, et ordonnant la déportation des Amérindiens vivant dans les territoires compris entre les treize… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Indian Removal Act — (May 28, 1830) First major legislation that reversed the U.S. policy of respecting the rights of American Indians. The act granted tribes unsettled western prairie land in exchange for their territories within state borders, mainly in the… …   Universalium

  • Indian Appropriations Act — The Indian Appropriations Act is the name of several acts passed by the United States Congress.1851 ActIn the 1850s, the US government had agreed upon assimilation and removal as the solution to the taking over of Native American lands by white… …   Wikipedia

  • Indian removal — The term Indian in this article refers to Native Americans; not to be confused with South Asians from the Indian subcontinent Routes of southern removals. Indian removal was a nineteenth century policy of the government of the United States to… …   Wikipedia

  • Indian Forest Act, 1927 — The Indian Forest Act, 1927 was largely based on previous Indian Forest Acts implemented under the British. The first and most famous was the Indian Forest Act of 1878. Both the 1878 act and the 1927 one sought to consolidate and reserve the… …   Wikipedia

  • Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act — The Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act of 1936, also known as the Thomas Rogers Act, is a United States federal law that extended the US Indian Reorganization Act of 1934. It sought to return some form of tribal government to the many tribes in former… …   Wikipedia

  • Andrew Jackson: On Indian Removal — ▪ Primary Source              Westward expansion brought the United States into contact with numerous Indian tribes, and the admission of new states brought certain Indian lands within the national boundaries. In the following message to Congress …   Universalium


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