The parties for the new Echo treaty were the Cherokees and the Georgian government. The Cherokees was considered to be the most developed natives. The increase in strength had forced the Georgian government to analyze the overall desires that they wanted to achieve in the dealing with the Cherokees. The reason for writing the treaty was based on the resistance of Cherokees to give up their full territory to the new form of the tribal government that was based in US. The government was governed by the Cherokees that wrote the constitution and created the two hose for the legislature. The Cherokees had adopted the white culture due to the trade interactions that they obtained with the whites. The increase in civilization increased the awareness of the people on the overall intentions of their land being taken away. The Georgia government was strong due to the ind...
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...he Cherokees from their land. General Scott chooses to disobey the orders of the president and led the Cherokees safely to their new lands. The general refused to exert the army force on the leadership within the community. The general was reprimanded for the actions.
In conclusion, the treaty forced the removal of the Indians from the East to the new lands which were to the West. The tribe was offered pieces of land that the white settlers were not supposed to cross into the line for the Indian Lands. The US government created forts within the Indian land. The purpose of the treaty was to curtail the growth of the Cherokees within the land. The increased assimilation and realization of tasks allowed the formation of analysis for activities. The land hunger of different settlers posed the overall problem in the performance of roles within the land of the Indians.
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