1834 -1838, March to Removal, Part 5: "This is Not My Home Any More"
This volume concludes the subtitle series March to Removal leading up to the Trail of Tears. The State of Georgia and the United States press forward toward their common goal, Georgia for white citizens only and America east of the Mississippi swept clean of Indians.
After years of negotiations, treaties, enactment, and lawsuits, the Treaty of New Echota, signed late December 1835 by a handful of Cherokee head men, seals the fate of the Cherokee Nation east of the Mississippi.
Edited by Richard W. Starbuck