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AIS 160A – Fall 2015
September 9, 2015
Questions -- Week 3
1. The Marshall Trilogy consists of three significant cases that affected Indian Country in
the 1820-1830s. Please select the answer which includes all three of these cases.
a. Johnson v. O’Malley (1840), Cherokee Nation v. Creek Nation (1830), and
Worcester v. Georgia (1832)
b. US vs. Georgia (1825), Georgia v. Seminole Nation (1831), and Johnson v.
c. Johnson v. M’Intosh (1823), Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831), and Worcester
v. Georgia (1832)
d. Harper v. Lee (1960), Huckleberry v. Finn (1884), and Tolkien v. Martin (2012)
2. Which of the following best describes what the Indian Removal Act of 1830 aimed to do
to Indian Country?
a. The law, signed by President Andrew Jackson, was meant to re-enforce Indian
removal east of the Mississippi, which included the five civilized tribes.
b. The law, signed by President Woodrow Wilson, was meant to remove the word
‘Indian’ from all legal documents authored by the United States.
c. The law, signed by President George Washington, was meant to re-enforce that
policy that all Indians needed to declare themselves citizens of a US state.
d. The law, signed by President Andrew Jackson, was meant to remove Indians from
their reservations and put them back on their traditional homelands.
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