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Americas Fair Deal with Native Americans The year 1831 was a time where a new trait was shown in Americas identity This trait we call selfishness America learned to deceive to achieve their wants as a country People selfishly and consistently neglected promises that they had once made As they continually made their country more suitable for their own needs Native Americans had to fight for their land Yet with little knowledge of this new constitution and way of life America could undermine the land by strategically controlling the constitution and the natives of this land American history has been a game of chess where we constantly used these Native Americans like they were a pawn in a game of chess They lived on their tribal lands until the United States barged in and manipulated them tell they got moved out of their land The Cherokee Indians are just one example of the United States destroying the lives of Native Americans The United States large power let them constantly take more land from the natives The Cherokee like other tribes were willing to compromise with the United States The United States continued to take the land they wanted in exchange for giving the Cherokee protection and regulation of trade by the United States This deal began in 1785 with the Treaty of Hopewell Finally the Cherokee would not give anymore land to their neighbors they proclaimed themselves as a sovereign nation and therefore held their own power within the borders of their nation The Treaty of Hopewell was the first of many broken promises by the United States People began to realize that the Cherokee were a terrible inconvenience in there journey to unify and perfect this new world Once they identified this our history began a downward spiral of selfish discrimination Georgia accordingly created a selfish state of mind when they saw a new resource on the Cherokee land Cherokee had a plentiful
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