First, the Americans and Indians have an abysmal. They have an abysmal because the Americans cheated the Indians in deals and broke treaties. During the war of 1812, the Americans got mad at Indians for helping the British because the Americans were bad to them. The Indians eventually helped out the Americans during the war even though the Americans treated the Indians bad. …show more content…
The cherokee was the last to move and one reason they didn’t want to leave is because the other tribes that went to the Indian territory got their horses taken and people died from diseases. The place had a lot of land for the people probably because everyone who lived there moved because of thieves. In the eyes of the Americans, the Indians should be thankful that we even gave them land. In the Indians eyes again, why kick us out and give us junk land because we won’t want to move.
Finally, the Indians should stay because they were there first. The Indians had their own government made after the U.S government. The Indians had a peaceful life when the Americans come in and make them sign the treaty. The Americans wanted land so they made the Indians move.
In conclusion, the Indian Removal Act of 1830 should not be justified because the Americans broke treaties and cheated the Indians in deals, the Americans gave the Indians bad land, and the Indians were there first. The had a peaceful life, then the Americans came in and messed it