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1; Gold Is Discovered In Georgia

2; The Supreme Coury Says Georgia Indian Laws Are Unconstitutional

3; Jackson Supports The Indian Removal Act With Force

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Q: List the following events in the correct chronological order Indians leave Georgia on the Trail of Tears the supreme court overturns the Georgia laws affecting Indians gold is discovered?
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