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Indian Removal Act (1830)

In the 50 years following U.S. independence, white settlers expanded beyond the Appalachian Mountains onto lands occupied by Native Americans. In response to the growing conflict between settlers and Native Americans, Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act of 1830. ...

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