Normal view MARC view ISBD view

The removal of the Cherokee Nation: manifest destiny or national dishonor? Edited with an introduction by Louis Filler and Allen Guttmann.

By: Filler, Louis, 1911-1998 [editor.].
Contributor(s): Guttmann, Allen [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Problems in American civilization: Publisher: Boston, Heath [1962]Description: 113 pages 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Cherokee Indians -- History -- 19th century | Cherokee Indians -- Relocation | Trail of Tears, 1838-1839Additional physical formats: Online version:: Removal of the Cherokee Nation: manifest destiny or national dishonor?; Online version:: Removal of the Cherokee Nation: manifest destiny or national dishonor?DDC classification: 970/.004/97 Other classification: 15.85
Contents:
The expulsion of the Cherokees / Ulrich Bonnell Phillips -- Condition and ulterior destiny of the Indian tribes (December 8, 1829) / Andrew Jackson -- Land policies and the Georgia Law of December 19, 1829 -- Speech before the Senate (April 9, 1830) / Theodore Frelinghuysen -- Speech before Congress (May 17, 1830) / Wilson Lumpkin -- From Speech before Congress (May 19, 1830) / David Crockett -- Memorial of the Cherokee Nation (July 17, 1830) -- Indian removal and the general good / Andrew Jackson -- Resolution and statements of the missionaries -- The Cherokee Nation vs. the State of Georgia / John Marshall -- The Cherokee Nation vs. the State of Georgia: dissenting opinion / Smith Thompson -- Worcester vs. the State of Georgia / John Marshall -- The sovereignty of the states / George M. Troup -- Message to Georgia Legislature / Wilson Lumpkin -- The tyrannical arm of brutal power / Frances M. Trollope -- Present and future condition of the Indians / Alexis De Tocqueville -- Letter to Martin Van Buren / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Georgia's dishonor / Helen Hunt Jackson -- The advance of the Georgia frontier / Frederick Jackson Turner -- Georgia's destiny / E. Merton Coulter.
Summary: During the fall and winter of 1838, the Cherokee Nation was gathered and marched west by General Winfield Scott.
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Log in to add tags.
Item type Current location Call number Status Date due Barcode
Book University of Texas At Tyler
Stacks - 3rd Floor
E99.C5 F5 (Browse shelf) Available 0000100945534

Includes bibliographical references.

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

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

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.