Significance of Worcester V Georgia?


Worcester v. Georgia was a case where the United States Supreme Court vacated the conviction of Samuel Worcester. It also stated that the Georgia criminal statute that prohibited non-Indians from being present on Indian lands without a license from the state was unconstitutional. Georgia passed various laws restricted authority of the Cherokee over their lands.
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Well it gave federal rights and protection to Native Americans against state action. The significance was the proof that the Federal Government, not individual states, had authority
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Worcester v. Georgia. 31 U.S. (6 Pet. 515 (1832) is a famous U.S. Supreme Court case that formed part of the the legal basis for aboriginal or tribal sovereignty in U.S. law. Worcester's
Worcester v. Georgia was a Supreme Court case that was decided in 1832. In this case, the Court decided that the state of Georgia had no jurisdiction over the lands belonging to
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