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I can help.
#2 ONLY : here is my answer so far:In the case Cherokee Nation v. Georgia, the Cherokee people were not getting the rights they deserved, all because Georgia passed a new law that they didn’t like. The Cherokee wanted justice, but got none. In this picture, Native Americans were getting forced off their land so that America could have it. In both cases, native people were not getting their rights.
1) The Indians are relocating.
i only need #2 lol
I know the case was that the Indian's wanted the proper land that belonged to them, and I'd like to say that this relates to Nazi Germany(I am German, hah), claiming all the land around them, and plotting to claim all of Europe, but it want's a recent event, which I do not exactly understand that.
lol i am mostly german, so no shame :)
I live in Germany, aha. But honestly, that is all I can defer from this. It is a very awkward question.
@aaldia678 i only need hlp adjusting my #2 ^^
whats the question
in the pic/link in the above comment. my answer is in the box w/the pic :)
I took AP US history so I actually remember this case... the Cherokee nation actually wanted independence but the Supreme Court did not rule in their favor
In 1828, the state of Georgia passed a series of laws stripping local Cherokee Indians of their rights. The laws also authorized Cherokee removal from lands sought after by the state. In defense, the Cherokee cited treaties that they had negotiated, as an independent "nation," with the United States, guaranteeing the Cherokee nation both the land and independence. After failed negotiations with President Andrew Jackson and Congress, the Cherokee, under the leadership of John Ross, sought an injunction ("order to stop") at the Supreme Court against Georgia to prevent its carrying out these laws.
in 1830, Georgia passed another law requiring its citizens to obtain a state license before dwelling inside the Cherokee Nation.
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/supremecourt/antebellum/landmark_cherokee.html reading this could help