the american indians

By l_a_h
  • Oct 5, 1492

    Christopher Columbus

    Christopher Columbus leads an expedition to explore the Western and Atlantic Ocean.
  • Aug 1, 1550

    American Indians Settled in Permanent Homes

    American Indians settle in permanent locations, mostly bedside streams. They settled here so they were able to hunt, gather and farm. They did pottery and they developed funeral procedures and built mounds to bury the dead.
  • Aug 2, 1550

    Where American Indians Lived

    Lots of American Indians lived in an area called North Carolina. Other places American Indians lived were Chowanoke, Croatoun, Hatteras, Moratoc, Secotani and Weapemeoc, etc.
  • Ralph Lanes Expedition

    Ralph Lane goes on an expedition to the interior of North Carolina. They went on this expedition to discover gold and experience other things.
  • White Returns to Roanoke Island

    At last White returns to Roanoke Island to search for desserted and destroyed colonies.He only has a little amount of evidence of what happened to all of the colonies. He attempts to sail to Croatoan and other island in hope to find more evidence.
  • The Attack Of The Chowonoc Indians

    The White settlements are attacked by the Chowanoc Indians in North Carolina. The White settlements lost many men.
  • The Weapemeop and Chowanoc People

    The Weapemeop and Chowanoc people eventually abandon their land. Some members of the tribes became servants and slaves, while the others travelled South and joined the Tuscarora tribe. Around five hundred native americans are left at the Albemarle region.
  • Waxhaw Indians

    Waxhaw Indians were wiped out by the small pox disease. They left their land on Present-Day and joined the Catawba Tribe.
  • Conflicts

    Wars began between the Colonists and the Cherokee Indians. They began spreading areas of settlement into the Western part of the colony.
  • Govener Auther Dobbs

    Govener Auther Dobbs receives a report of fifty indian families living on the sides of Dawin Creek.
  • The End Of The War

    The Cherokee Indians signes a sheet called the Treaty to end the war between themselves and the American colonists.
  • Cherokee Fight Again

    The Cherokee villagers want to fight the American colonists. The Cherokee Indians went into this battle knowing that there would be massive consequences.
  • The Cherokee Fixed The Boundary

    The 1770 Treaty of the Cherokee Indians fixed the boundary around the foot of the Blue Ridge. Lands opened for settlements far West around the Pigeon River.
  • The Cherokee Sign Another Treaty

    The Cherokee Indians sign yet another Treaty of Holston. They created a ten mile trek in search of an anuity for $1000 and also fsearched for goods.
  • By The Treaty Of Tellico

    The Treaty of Tellico and the Cherokee Indians have a triangular slab of land. They also have points around the Indian Gap.
  • Light Horse Guards

    The Chrokkee put out a Law code and some of the Light Horse Guards keep the law in order.
  • Defeating The Creek Indians

    The Cherokkee Indians help Andrew Jackson to bring down the Creek Indians in a battle in Alabama.
  • Cherokkee Exchange For Land

    The Cherokkee Indians give land and receive land on Arkansas River. Around two thousand Cherokkees then headed west.
  • Schools

    Three schools are built to serve Haliwa-Saponi kids for education.
  • Indians Go To School

    One school opens for the Indians, this school also has a University for further education.