1828 Georgia vs Cherokee Indians over Indian Land given to Alabama
This February 4, 1828 pamphlet is titled "Resolutions of the Legislature of Georgia Requesting the Senators and Representatives from That State In Congress, To Use Their Best Exertions to Obtain The Extinguishment of The Title of The Cherokee Indians To Land in The State of Georgia'. The state is Georgia seemed to be upset that part of the land that they 'bought' from the Cherokees is instead being deemed part of Alabama by the US government. Part of the arguement is that before the Revolutionary War, that land was 'wholly owned" by the British government and the Cherokee's ownership was only 'premissive' and that Georgia now owns that land.
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