history By zacklemburg Jan 1, 1834 Great Plains Native Ameriam live on reservations Great Plains Jan 1, 1850 Government Restricts Native Americans Land set aside for native american tribes government changed its policy and created treatie that defined specific boundaries for each tribe. Jan 1, 1864 Massacre at Sand Creek Novmeber 29 150 Native Americans killed mostloy Women and Childron. Jan 1, 1866 Death on the Bozeman Trall Feterman massacre Crazy Horse ambushed Captoin j. Fetterman and company at Lodge Trail Ridge. Over 80 soldiers were killed. Jan 1, 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie Close the Bozman trail Sioux agreed to live on a reservation along the Missouri River. The Trealy of Fort Laramie provided only a temporary halt to warfare. Jan 1, 1874 Gold Rush Custer Miners find gold in Black Hills. Jan 1, 1875 Red River War General Philip Sheridan a Union Army veteran gave orders to desttry their villages and ponies to kill and hang all warriors and to bring back all women and children. Jan 1, 1876 Custer's Last Stand Crazy Horse, Gall and Sitting Bull outflanked and crushed Custer's troops. 7th Calvary destroyed Jan 1, 1887 The Dawes Act Americanize the Native Americans broke up reservations gave land to individuals. Jan 1, 1890 The Battle Wounded Knee December 28 1890 about 300 starving and freezing Native Americans were killed mostly unarmed many were Children and women.