Which best describes the reaction of John Ross to the passage of the Indian Removal Act?
O Ross forced American Indians to sign treaties with the government
Ross resisted removal and started a war in the area north of Illinois.
Ross enforced the federal government's Indian removal policies.
Ross went to court to stop the government and hold on to Cherokee lands.
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D.Ross went to court to stop the government and hold on to Cherokee lands.
He believed that his tribe should be treated fairly, and that they had every right to not have to be forced to relocate since they were the "most civilized"
John Ross was the chief of the Cherokee tribe, which was a group of Native Americans who were being targeted to be forced to relocate west during the Indian Removal Act. He felt that their tribe was the "most civilized" and therefore he felt that they had the right to not have to move anywhere. He strongly believed that the rights of his tribe needed to be treated fairly, so he fought to protect them. He fought removal until 1838, until he then negotiated with the U.S. government to handle the business of the move.
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Hello Nataliec1865, the answer to your question should be D "Ross went to court to stop the government and hold on to Cherokee lands.". I hope this helps and if you need more help just ask. Have a nice day!
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