Abenaki

abenaki history

By Orian
  • Mar 21, 1400

    Paleos arrive in Vermont (9300 BCE)

    Paleos arrive in Vermont (9300 BCE)
    paleo indians came to america over the siberian ice bridge in the 9000's bce during the late ice age. Nomadic culture hunting mostly caribou bye following huge herds around southeast Canada and New england.
  • Mar 19, 1500

    Archaic period begins (1700 BCE)

    Archaic period begins (1700 BCE)
    The archaic culture or period is when north american societies were built up of hunters and gatherers. Archaic lifestyles depend on elk, deer, and bison. They also depended on a large variety of plants. Desert archaic societies would dig wells to stay alive. gradually coming away from being nomadic bye constructing shelters
  • Woodland Abenaki culture begins

    Woodland Abenaki culture begins
    The weather is warmer than during the archaic and paleo periods. The people have to adapt to smaller game, and different plant life. The abenaki also learn trading and government. Mostly non-nomadic.
  • ''Great dying''

    ''Great dying''
    a three year pandemic arives in vermont and through to eastern maine which wipes out 90-95% of the native population. mostly belived to be passed from the europian settlers
  • French pay for indian scalps

    French pay for indian scalps
    What most people dont know is that native americans were not the ones that started scalping, but realy it was the settlers that started doing it and they would actuily pay for the scalps. When the natives saw there mutalated bodys they retaliated by doing the same. (even then only doing it with good reason)
  • king phillips war

    king phillips war
  • King williams war

    King williams war
  • queen annes war

    queen annes war
    300 French and Indian warriors and soldiers destroy Deerfield, Massachusetts. The Deerfield Raid results in the killing of 49 villagers and taking of 112 prisoners who are forced to make the grueling trip in the dead of winter back to Canada with their captors. In 1713 there was a treaty.
  • Dummers war

    Dummers war
  • Dummers war continued

    Dummers war continued
    3.)Battle at oswego. french victory resulting in the capture of british fort in oswego.
    4.)Massacre at Fort William Henry. fort william henry captured by french.
    5.)Battle at Fort Louisburg. british capture fort in montreal canada.
    6.)The Capture of Quebec. British forces take quebec with overwhelming numbers.
  • Britain pays for indian scalps

    Britain pays for indian scalps
    what most people dont know is that it wasnt the natives that started scalping, but the settlers who began actuily paying gold for native scalps. only then did they start scalping and they still only did it with good reason
  • Abenaki join french and indian war

    Abenaki join french and indian war
    the british decided that after defending the colonies for so long it was time for them to start paying and they made taxes without having colony representatives there which started the tension between the colonies and britain. Also Brittain made a bounty for indian scalps.
    a.)Battle at fort necessity. french victory resulting in george washington and his men retreating back to virginia.
    2.)Battle of the wilderness. resulting in the death of general Braddock and the death or injury of 900 others.
  • Benedict Arnold expedition

    Benedict Arnold expedition
    Four abenaki villigers served as sctouts and guides for benedict arnold during the expodition to quebec. even though tribal leaders decided to be nuetral in the revalution
  • migration of abenaki to canada

    migration of abenaki to canada
    in the late 1700s the abenaki people migrated into canada after being denied rights to there land
  • brittain gives land to abenaki

    brittain gives land to abenaki
    brittain gives canadian land to abenaki nation
  • abenaki nation state recognition turned down.

    abenaki nation state recognition turned down.
  • abenaki apply for federal recognition

    abenaki apply for federal recognition
  • abenaki nation wins state recognition in vermont

    abenaki nation wins state recognition in vermont