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In Worcester v Georgia (1832), the Supreme Court ruled:
States could not make laws ruling over Native tribes, as only the Federal government had authority over the Natives.
The Cherokee were not an independent and sovereign nation.
The Treaty of New Echota was unconstitutional.
Ministers were barred from coming on tribal land to proselytize.
The Federal government could not mediate disputes between Native tribes.