Wilson Lumpkin Senator, Representative, Governor, and Commissioner for Treaty of 1835
Historical Recap: The Chickamauga west of the Mississippi River before 1835 were called Arkansas Cherokee, Western Cherokee or Old Settler Cherokee by the United States government, and thus they would identify themselves as such in government settings. Under the 1828 Treaty with the Western Cherokee, the United States government moved the Chickamauga from Arkansas and put them on a Reservation in Northeast Oklahoma. The Chickamauga who came after December 31, 1835 were called immigrant Cherokee and lived peacefully under the government of the Western Cherokee who had their own government for over 30 years at this point in time. It was not until John Ross entered the Reservation of the Western Cherokee in Indian Territory that violence and blood shed ensued.
Below are the thoughts, speeches, and papers of one of the Commissioners of the 1835 Treaty.
This John Ross is a genocidal maniac and his followers are genocidal sycophants who are blood enemies of the Chickamauga people.
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