Filler, Louis, 1911-1998,

The removal of the Cherokee Nation: manifest destiny or national dishonor? Edited with an introduction by Louis Filler and Allen Guttmann. - 113 pages 24 cm. - Problems in American civilization . - Problems in American civilization. .

Includes bibliographical references.

The expulsion of the Cherokees / Condition and ulterior destiny of the Indian tribes (December 8, 1829) / Land policies and the Georgia Law of December 19, 1829 -- Speech before the Senate (April 9, 1830) / Speech before Congress (May 17, 1830) / From Speech before Congress (May 19, 1830) / Memorial of the Cherokee Nation (July 17, 1830) -- Indian removal and the general good / Resolution and statements of the missionaries -- The Cherokee Nation vs. the State of Georgia / The Cherokee Nation vs. the State of Georgia: dissenting opinion / Worcester vs. the State of Georgia / The sovereignty of the states / Message to Georgia Legislature / The tyrannical arm of brutal power / Present and future condition of the Indians / Letter to Martin Van Buren / Georgia's dishonor / The advance of the Georgia frontier / Georgia's destiny / Ulrich Bonnell Phillips -- Andrew Jackson -- Theodore Frelinghuysen -- Wilson Lumpkin -- David Crockett -- Andrew Jackson -- John Marshall -- Smith Thompson -- John Marshall -- George M. Troup -- Wilson Lumpkin -- Frances M. Trollope -- Alexis De Tocqueville -- Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Helen Hunt Jackson -- Frederick Jackson Turner -- E. Merton Coulter.

During the fall and winter of 1838, the Cherokee Nation was gathered and marched west by General Winfield Scott.

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Cherokee Indians--History--19th century.
Cherokee Indians--Relocation.
Trail of Tears, 1838-1839.

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