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What was Jackson s policy about native tribes?
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Updated 93 days ago|11/21/2023 9:57:56 AM
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User: What was Jackson s policy about native tribes?

Weegy: The Indian Removal Act was Jackson's policy about native tribes.
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User: What was his motivation for his policy?

Weegy: Jackson wanted to make room for settlers and those who would make profit from land- was his motivation for his policy.
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User: How did his supporters feel about his policy?

Weegy: Jackson's policy on native tribes was popular with many white settlers, his supporters.
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User: How did the Seminole tribe resist being moved?

Weegy: The Seminole tribe resisted government authority by when they fought a war against the United States.
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User: How did the Cherokee tribe resist being moved?

Weegy: The Cherokee tribe resist being moved by: They took legal action and sued the state government of Georgia.
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User: What did the Cherokee tribe develop by the 1830s?

Weegy: By the 1830s the Cherokee tribe had developed a written language.
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User: What was John Marshall’s decision in Cherokee Nation v. Georgia?

Weegy: John Marshall s decision in Cherokee Nation v. [ Georgia was: because Indian nations were dependent entities, they had no standing before the judiciary; The Court, therefore, lacked jurisdiction to exempt the Cherokees from Georgia law. ]
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User: How did Jackson respond?

Weegy: I He helped form a new political party; He attacked Adams's presidential policies; He denounced Adams as an "aristocrat." -is how Jackson [ respond. ]
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User: Why did federal troops come to Georgia?

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Federal troops came to Georgia to throw the Cherokee people off their land, [ after President Andrew Jackson ignored the ruling of the Supreme Court that the Cherokee should be allowed to stay. ]

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Jackson believed tribes should be removed from ancestral lands.
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He believed it shouldn't be a popularity contest.
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He overturned a treaty that was signed unfairly. -is how Adams worked for fairness for Native Americans.
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What was Jackson’s policy about native tribes?
Weegy: The Indian Removal Act was Jackson's policy about native tribes. (More)
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Why were Adams ideas not put into action?
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