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Missouri Compromise

As you may know we just came in as a slave state and Maine came in as a free to make it equal. This is where the Missouri compromise line comes in , the Missouri compromise line is a line splitting the country and when a new state joins they are slave or free of slaves. If you are a state above the line yo are free if you are below it you are slave.

Hair Cuts

Monday, July 19th 1824 at 11:30am

Kansas City, United States

Free Hair Cuts Tomorrow at 11:30am to 1:30pm

The U.S. gained Florida

In 1819, after years of negotiations, Secretary of State John Quincy Adams achieved a diplomatic coup with the signing of the Florida Purchase Treaty, which officially put Florida into U.S. hands at no cost beyond the U.S. assumption of some $5 million of claims by U.S. citizens against Spain. Formal U.S. occupation began in 1821, and General Andrew Jackson, the hero of the War of 1812, was appointed military governor. Florida was organized as a U.S. territory in 1822 and was admitted into the Union as a slave state in 1845.

Indian Removal

The Indian removal act was passed a few weeks ago, and we are starting to remove them. The act was signed by President Andrew Jackson, in May.We are forcing the Cherokees out of their land. WE are moving them to a place with dry hard land. They will half to go through the trail of tear but they should be, okay. The Indians will go through some harsh winters but they can make it through.

Get your spices!!!!!!

Monday, July 19th 1824 at 2pm

Local Supermarket

Get your spices while they are on sell at your local supermarket. From 2:00pm to Wednesday at 2:00pm.

Cherokee Resistance

The Cherokees might have been able to hold out against renegade settlers for a long time. In 1828 Andrew Jackson became president of the United States. In 1830 the same year the Indian Removal Act was passed gold was found on Cherokee lands. Georgia held lotteries to give Cherokee land and gold rights to whites. The state had already declared all laws of the Cherokee Nation null and void after June 1, 1830, and also prohibited Cherokees from conducting tribal business, contracting, testifying against whites in court, or mining for gold.