Cherokee Removal Act documents

Congress – There are 6 different documents that will be put into the 8 folders marked
The only difficulty you might have is the original documents from NARA. Those may have
to be downloaded, but they do not have to be legible. I just want them to see the originals.
President Jackson's Message to Congress "On Indian Removal", December 6, 1830; Records of
the United States Senate, 1789-1990; Record Group 46; Records of the United States Senate,
1789-1990; National Archives.
A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents 1789-1908, Volume II, by James
D. Richardson, published by Bureau of National Literature and Art ,1908.
“To the Cherokee Tribe of Indians East of the Mississippi River.” Macon Weekly Telegraph,
Vol. IX, by Andrew Jackson, published by Bartlett, C.E. & M., 1835.
Memorial of the ladies of Steubenville, Ohio, Against the Forcible removal of the Indians
without the limits of the United States, February 15, 1830; Records from the U.S. House of
Representatives, 1789-2006; Record Group 233; ARC Identifier 306633; National Archives.
Petitions of the Women’s Councils, Presidential Papers Microfilm: Andrew Jackson
(Washington, D.C., 1961, series 1, reel 22), May 2, 1817
Letter from Cherokee Women’s Council to American Board missionaries at their headquarters in
Boston. Papers for the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Houghton
Library, Harvard University, June 30, 1818.
Petition to Cherokee Phoenix. Cherokee Women’s Council, November 12, 1831.
John Ridge, Letter to Albert Gallatin, February 27, 1826.
Theda Perdue, ed., Cherokee Editor: The Writings of Elias Boudinot (Knoxville: University of
Tennessee Press, 1983.
Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties; Vol. II, Treaties; Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.
Cherokee Nation. "Cherokee Address," Niles' Weekly Register, 21 August, 1830 pp. 455-456.
Cherokee Nation 1829. “Memorial of the Cherokee Indians,” Niles’Weekly Register vol. 38
no.3, pp 53-54.
"Memorial and Protest of the Cherokee Nation, June 22, 1836," Documents Vol. I to
Accompany American History: A Survey, by Alan Brinkley, et. al. (New York:
McGraw-Hill, 1992), pp. 190-193.
“Memorial of a Delegation of the Cherokee Nation of Indians”, Twenty-First
Congress, 1st Session, Report No. 397, United States Government, 1830.
John Ross letter to Congress, “Cherokee Petition in Protest of the New Echota Treaty,”
1836, Records of the U.S. Senate, Record Group 46: Records of the U.S. Senate, 1789 - 2006
ARC Identifier 2127291; National Archives.
The Papers of Chief John Ross, vol 1, 1807-1839, Norman OK, Gary E. Moulton, ed., University
of Oklahoma Press, 1985.
Sprague, Peleg. "Speech of Mr. Peleg Sprague, of Maine: Delivered in The Senate
of the United States, 16th April, 1830, In Reply to Messrs. White, McKiney, and
Forsyth, Upon the Subject of The Removal of the Indians," (Washington: Office of
the National Journal, 1830) pp. 1, 28, 34-35.
Everett, Edward. "Speech of Mr. Everett, of Massachusetts, on the Bill for
Removing the Indians from the East to the West Side of the Mississippi. Delivered
in the House of Representatives, On the 19th of May, 1830," (Boston: Office of the
Daily Advertiser, 1830) pp. 28, 35.
Committee on Indian Affairs. Removal of Indians, Delivered in the House of
Representatives, 21st Congress, 1st Sesson, 24 February, 1830 pp. 2, 5-6, 25.
Adams, Robert Huntington. "Speech of Mr. Adams, of Mississippi, on the Bill to
Remove the Indians West of the Mississippi. Delivered in the senate of the United
States, April, 1830," (Washington: Duff Green, 1830) pp. 3-5.
Twenty-First Congress. 1st Session. United States Government. Ch.148, pp. 411412, 1830.