the museaum has lots of indian artfacts and is going through some improvements. up the hill is the burial place of Junaluka, who after saving Andrew Jackson in the indian wars, went to see him to plead for justice from the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Jackson told him..""Sir, your audience is ended. There is nothing I can do for you," and when Junaluska saw his people being removed, he cried and looked toward the sky saying, "Oh my God, if I had known at the battle of the Horse Shoe [sic] what I know now, American history would have been differently written" Jackson also ignored Article 9 of the Treaty of Ghent that restored sovereignty to Indians and their nations. " I fought through the War Between the States and have seen many men shot, but the Cherokee Removal was the cruelest work I ever knew. ”
—- Georgia soldier who participated in the removal
And history says Andrew Jackson was a great man...
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