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Chisholm v Georgia (1793) was noteworthy for being the first Supreme Court case of importance, and involved a citizen of South Carolina suing the state of Georgia.
What was the important result of this case?
The passage of the Eleventh Amendment.
Chief Justice John Jay's resignation from the Supreme Court over his inability to sway the other justices to his point of view.
The ruling that no African-American, free or slave, was a citizen of the US.
The Bank of the United States was accepted as constitutional.
The removal of the Cherokee Tribes from the Southwest.