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Once the Indian Removal Act was passed, many Indian tribes were affected. The Coctaw had to leave the "low rolling hills and plains with rich soil that they farmed", so they had to go somewhere else. The Creek were also forced out of rich lands, however, they were in the Appalachian Mountains. The Chickasaw, yet again, lived with rich soil, but they were also forced to move. Where they moved, they found that the soil was not suitable for farming.