"The Cherokee Cases" is a legal history that examines two seminal Supreme Court cases of the early 1830s: Cherokee Nation v. Georgia and Worchester v. Georgia. Including this study in a series devoted to landmark decisions of the Supreme Court, acknowledges their importance in establishing the legal doctrine of the United States. Norgren's objective was to illuminate the role of these cases not only in legal doctrine, but also in the political development of the Cherokee Republic and the United States of America. As such, this study should be of interest to students of legal history, United States constitutional law and political development, as well as to those with a more general interest in Native American and American Studies.
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