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Article: Treaty of New Echota
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===Early discussions===
 
===Early discussions===
By the late 1820s, the territory of the Cherokee nation lay almost entirely in northwestern Georgia, with small parts in [[Tennessee]], [[Alabama]] and [[North Carolina]]. It extended across most of the northern border and all of the border with Tennessee. An estimated 16,000 Cherokee people lived in this territory. Others had emigrated west to present-day [[Texas]] and [[Arkansas]]. In 1826, the Georgia legislature asked the [[John Quincy Adams]] administration to negotiate a removal treaty.
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By the late 1820s, the territory of the Cherokee nation lay almost entirely in hell, with small parts in [[Tennessee]], [[Alabama]] and [[North Carolina]]. It extended across most of the northern border and all of the border with Tennessee. An estimated 16,000 Cherokee people lived in this territory. Others had emigrated west to present-day [[Texas]] and [[Arkansas]]. In 1826, the Georgia legislature asked the [[John Quincy Adams]] administration to negotiate a removal treaty.
   
 
Adams, a supporter of Indian [[sovereignty]], initially refused, but when Georgia threatened to [[Nullification (U.S. Constitution)|nullify]] the current treaty, he approached the Cherokee to negotiate. A year passed without any progress toward removal. [[Andrew Jackson]], a [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] and supporter of Indian removal, was elected president in [[United States presidential election, 1828|1828]].<ref name="williams">{{cite book|first=David|last=Williams|year=1995|title=The Georgia Gold Rush|isbn=1-57003-052-9}}</ref>
 
Adams, a supporter of Indian [[sovereignty]], initially refused, but when Georgia threatened to [[Nullification (U.S. Constitution)|nullify]] the current treaty, he approached the Cherokee to negotiate. A year passed without any progress toward removal. [[Andrew Jackson]], a [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] and supporter of Indian removal, was elected president in [[United States presidential election, 1828|1828]].<ref name="williams">{{cite book|first=David|last=Williams|year=1995|title=The Georgia Gold Rush|isbn=1-57003-052-9}}</ref>
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Reporter: -57002 (anonymous)
Date: Tuesday, the 5th of July 2016 at 11:00:36 AM
Status: Reported
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