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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Georgia, (search)
....March 9, 1829 Legislation annuls all laws and ordinances made by Cherokees......Dec. 19, 1829 First gold from Georgia mines received at the United States mint......1830 Law forbidding any white person to enter the Cherokee country without license and oath of allegiance to Georgia......Dec. 22, 1830 Cherokee Georgia surveyed by order of governor, laid out in small sections, and distributed by lottery to the people of Georgia......April, 1831 Rev. Samuel A. Worcester and Elizur Butler, M. D., missionaries to Cherokees, refusing oath of allegiance to Georgia, are imprisoned in State penitentiary......Sept. 16, 1831 Supreme Court of the United States pronounces authority assumed by Georgia unconstitutional, declares void laws depriving Indians of their rights, and orders release of missionaries......March, 1832 Gospel of Matthew printed at New Echota in Cherokee language......1832 Altamaha and Brunswick Railroad, 12 miles long, commenced......1832 Anti-tar