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January 10, 1832 Secretary of War Lewis Cass responds to the official protest of the Cherokee Nation against the state of Georgia, claiming Andrew Jackson is "...anxious for the termination of all your difficulties"
  Lewis Cass
January 21, 1832 Augustin S. Clayton enters the U. S. Senate, replacing Wilson Lumpkin, who had been elected Governor of Georgia
  Augustin Smith Clayton
February 6, 1832 John Brown Gordon born, Upson County, Georgia
  Upson County, Georgia
  John Brown Gordon
March 3, 1832 Chief Justice Marshall rules that Georgia's attempt to sieze the Cherokee Nation was illegal, dismissing the charges against Worcester.
May 9, 1832 Treaty of Payne's Landing is signed. The treaty required that the Seminole Indians be removed to the west. A small band of the Seminoles lived in Georgia's Okefenokee Swamp.
  Okefenokee Swamp
May 16, 1832 H. I. (Hannibal Ingalls) Kimball born, Hamlin Gore, Maine
June 1, 1832 Thomas Sumter died, near Stateburg, SC
  Thomas Sumter
  Sumter County, Georgia
August 1, 1832 Elias Boudinot resigns as Editor of the Cherokee Phoenix
August 1, 1832 Alexander Stephens graduates from Franklin College
  Alexander Stephens
October 22, 1832 Drawings for the Sixth Land Lottery begin. The only problem is the state of Georgia does not (and never will) have a valid treaty ceding the land
November 14, 1832 Charles Carroll, the last remaining signer of the Declaration of Independence dies.
  Charles Carroll
November 24, 1832 Start of the sixth land lottery. Georgia did not own the land it was giving to settlers
  Cobb County, Georgia
  Georgia Land Lotteries
  Original Cherokee County
  Gilmer County, Georgia
  Cherokee County, Georgia
  Cass County, Georgia
  Floyd County, Georgia
  Walker County, Georgia
  Union County, Georgia
  Forsyth County, Georgia
  Murray County, Georgia
  Lumpkin County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Gilmer County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Gilmer County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Lumpkin County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Lumpkin County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Murray County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Murray County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Paulding County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Paulding County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Union County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Union County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Floyd County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Floyd County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Forsyth County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Forsyth County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Cherokee County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Cherokee County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Cass County created
  Lewis Cass
  Bartow County, Georgia
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Cass County, Georgia
December 3, 1832 Cobb County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Original Cherokee County
  Cobb County, Georgia
December 15, 1832 James Bowman and in his family are killed near Salacoa, Cherokee Nation (now Georgia). The savage murders would be blamed on the Cherokee
December 22, 1832 Americus is incorporated and made the seat of Sumter County
  Sumter County, Georgia
December 25, 1832 Whites open a hospital for black slaves, Savannah, GA
  City of Savannah, Georgia
December 28, 1832 John Calhoun resigns as Vice President of the United States
  John C. Calhoun
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