The Treaty of Indian Springs (1825) and the Treaty of New Echota (1835) were similar in that each A) was a direct cause of the Daholonega Gold Rush. B) was an attempt to ease conflict between slave-holders and non-slave-holders. C) resulted in the loss of Native American land holdings in the Southeastern U.S. D) demonstrated the power of the Supreme Court in matters dealing with Indian removal.
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