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Troops for Removal of Cherokees, 1838

From The Ohio Repository
May 10, 1838

The following troops are to be called out and placed under the command of Gen. Scott, who is ordered to superintend the removal of the Cherokee Indians, viz: From Tennessee 1400, Georgia 1480, Alabama 1480, N. Carolina 746, Regulars 2200–total 7,380 men.

Note: Someone was not very good at math.

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