Cherokee Indians -- Relocation
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Abstract In 1832, Isaac Foster wrote a letter to his son Whitley Foster, who had recently moved to Milledgeville, Georgia from his family's home in Chatham, Connecticut. In the letter, the senior Foster offers his opinion on the Cherokee removal from their homeland, South Carolina's possible secession, provides family news and offers his son advice. This letter contains paragraph discussing opinion of Cherokee removal being unjust and paragraph discussing South Carolina's circa 1832 threats to secede...
Dates: 1832, undated