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The Indian Removal Act of 1830 forced tens of thousands of Native Americans to move from their homelands in the South and East to less desirable lands in the West. Was this Congressional act justified? Why or why not?
Define the term manifest destiny and its use in American political speeches. Answer the question: How was manifest destiny used to justify western expansion?
They were forced to move Westside from south and east.I believe that The Indian Removal Act of 1830 was unjustified. About 100. They declines to move west and then they were forced to do it.000 tribes were forcedly moved to west from their homeland.history. Most Native American of Northern moved to west without any complain. The government negotiated tribe’s people to move Westside this act. . References: Indian Removal Act. Retrieved from http://www. Their land was being taken up. But tribes lived in Southeast didn’t want to move to west from where they were living and cultivating. (1994-2011).com/topics/indian-removal-act Define the term manifest destiny and its use in American political speeches. So this act could not give any justification to Native Americans. They had to exchange their land with the land of west which was less good and desirable. But the tragedy was that they had nothing to do against this act.
The white man started to move westward. Oregon.S. It gave a powerful Christian faith as well as commitment to the democracy and civilization to go to the Westside. They believed that this was their right what was given by God. It was a new idea but was able to influence people very much. They started to believe that it was guided by the God and by this the country will be the “King of Liberty”. New Mexico and California. expansion should not be blocked by Britain. . Nevada. These properties and western Colorado.Answer the question: How was manifest destiny used to justify western expansion? O’Sullivan first used the idea of manifest destiny in 1845 in editorial of his magazine depicting why U. This is illustrated as the idea that America was fated by God to achieve North America and expand American civilization everywhere. Though Texas was the most popular western place to move people also move to Utah. Western land was being seized by white man by this idea. parts of Arizona was given to America after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.