Native American Timeline By toritillas Aug 3, 1492 Christopher Columbus sets off for the new world Christopher Columbus sets off for the new world with three ships, Nina, Pinta and santa Maria. The fight between Native Americans is soon to start when the pilgrims arrive. Aug 10, 1519 Hernan Cortes conquered the Aztecs Hernan Cortes was a spanish conquistador who led an expedition which caused the aztecs to fall. He also gained a lot of land for mexico Aug 10, 1552 Bartolome de Las Casas Criticizes the Spanish Bartolome de las Casas was a spanish historian. He wrote a piece called "A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies" that criticized the spanish May 14, 1607 Founding of Jamestown After the colony of Ocracoke failed soon after Jamestown became the first settled colony. Jamestown was the first british empire Aug 10, 1675 King Philip's war started KIng Phillip's war started when Wampanoag warriors raided the Swansee settlement Jul 30, 1676 Bacon’s Rebellion Bacon's rebellion started when the Virginia settlement led by Nathaniel Bacon rebelled against Governor William Berkeley. They rebelled against him because he disregard the colonists safety. Aug 10, 1678 King Philip's war ended King Philip was assasinated at mount pope which ended the war Aug 13, 1754 French and Indian war started This war was fought between the british and france accompanied by the indians. Aug 13, 1763 French and Indian war ended The french and indian war was very costly for both sides who fought Aug 13, 1763 Pontiac’s War Pontiacs war was started because of a loose confederation and people were still upset about the british post war policies Aug 17, 1763 Proclamation of 1763 This proclamation was made by King George III after the end of the French and Indian war and prohibited the settlement past the appalachian mountains Sep 3, 1783 Treaty of Paris The Treaty of Paris ended the French and Indian war signed by King George III and three american representatives Aug 17, 1795 Treaty of Greenville The treaty of greeneville or better kown as a treaty of peace helped to mend the relationships between Americans and the Native Americans called the Wyandots Aug 17, 1803 Louisiana Purchase The lousiana purchase was made between America and France and expanded American territory Aug 17, 1804 Lewis and Clark Expedition Lewis and clark after the purchase from France exlored the northwest with the help of sacagawea. Aug 17, 1808 Tecumseh and The Prophet Tecumseh was the an indian political leader and a war chief. He led a political religious movement that led to the settlement of prophetstown Aug 17, 1813 Creek War The Creek War or also known as the Red Stick War ended in 1814. The Creek war was a war fought between the europeans and the united states in Alabama and the gulf coast. Aug 17, 1830 Indian Removal Act The Indian Removal Act was a law passed by congres to move reservations west of the Mississippi Aug 17, 1832 Worcester v. Georgia Worcester v. Georgia was a supreme court case ruling that non-native Americans couldn't be on the reserved land without a license. Aug 17, 1836 Trail of Tears The trail of tears is a path of which Native Americans traveled to move into reservations. Some of the tribes include Cherokees, Seminoles, Chickasaws, Choctaws, and the Creeks. Aug 17, 1847 Oregon Trail The Oregan Trail started in Missouri and ended in Oregon. The Oregon trial was used as a migration and trade route. Jan 24, 1849 Gold discovered in California In 1849 the gold rush in California caused many people to move in search of finding gold. This caused the migration of people to shift. Aug 17, 1862 Passage of the Homestead Act The homestead act was an act to gain western passgae and settlement. Nov 29, 1864 Sand Creek Massacre The Sand Creek Massacre was a surprise attack against disarmed Cheyenne Indian tribe in southeastern Colorado by 675 United States troops Aug 17, 1870 Diminished Buffalo Herds Buffalo use cto roam the lands but as the increase for fur and meat needed for settlement the buffalo started to become scarce. Aug 17, 1874 Gold in the Black Hills, and the Ft. Laramie Treaty The Laramie treaty or also known as the Sioux treaty was a treaty between the United States and the Oglala, Miniconjou, and Brule bands of Lakota people, Yanktonai Dakota and the Arapaho Nation Jun 25, 1876 Battle of Little Bighorn Battle of Little Big Horn or Custer's Last Srand was a win for the Sioux and the death of over two hundred American troops. Aug 17, 1877 Nez Perce War The Nezz Perce and a few other tribes against the united states.