How to Use This Information
Students can use the information presented on this website to learn more about Andrew Jackson's Indian Removal Act. In addition to what is presented to them in history textbooks, students should use this information to help them form their own opinions about Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act of 1830 that led to the involuntary relocation of many Native American groups. Providing students with resources like this webpage allows them to sort information on their own, think critically about historical events and figures, and to explore their feelings and thoughts about history. Allow students to use this website as a tool to act as historians on their own. They can compare what is presented here to the information in their textbooks to come to their own conclusions. The website and the use of art pieces when discussing this topic allow students to connect emotionally to history and will keep them actively engaged and interested in social studies.