In general, tribes could not sell land to non-Indians (Johnson v. ... The areas
occupied by American Indians in the United States were called Indian country, ....
Wisconsin Territory formed in 1836 ...
If any citizen of the United States, or other person not being an Indian, shall
attempt ... small groups moved west to the Arkansas River area in 1810 and 1817
-19. between 1805-1833, The state of Georgia holds a total of eight lotteries to
distribute ... chartered limits of Georgia, or of either of the States, East of the
If all Indians east of the Mississippi were moved to the Great American Desert
their .... States does not extend far enough to the west to show the area in
question. ..... In a treaty signed at Chicago on September 26, 1833, the Chippewa
, Ottawa, ...
The United States recognized Indian tribes as separate nations of people entitled
to their ... economic pressures to open this area to white settlement and
development. ... Little recognition was given to the fact that the Indians of the east
were not ... The Choctaws of Mississippi made the trek from 1831 through 1833,
and the .....
The prominent early Indian tribes in Tennessee were the Cherokee and the
Chickasaw. ... Melungeons, not a tribe, but probably part American Indian. ... 1
January 1833 list of Cherokees of Tennessee. ... covers the area south of
Washington, D.C. and east of the Mississippi River .... United States Bureau of
Oct 21, 2013 ... A summary of the settlement of the State thru 1860; part of a large ... Even here
islands of settlements are shown in the uncolored area ... But the earliest white
settlements were not made in that p85part of the State through ... The new mining
camp soon attracted settlers from the east bank of the Mississippi.
In October 1975, in the Southern District of Mississippi, Smith John [Footnote 1]
was ... War, these Indians occupied large areas of what is now the State of
Mississippi. ... to the United States all lands still occupied by them east of the
Mississippi, ... Those who remained, however, were not to "lose the privilege of a
The United States obtained the land as part of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. ...
By 1833 all great avenues of immigration were open to Iowa. ... Prior to 1836,
wagon trains hoping to cross the Mississippi from Illinois were only able to ...
Another Quaker settlement was located just east of Iowa Falls along the river, and
states of the U.S. The flooding of New Orleans, LA following the passage of
Katrina was ... 42040, located about 50 miles east of the mouth of the Mississippi
River, ... The death toll is now estimated as 1833, with several hundred people
still listed ... from Katrina, though rather high in some places, were not the main
The five major tribes affected were the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, ...
Indian territory was part of the United States but not subject to action by individual
states. ... the governor, Wilson Lumpkin, released the two men on January 14,
1833. .... removal of the Cherokee Nation from all their land east of the