The American Indians By Belak55

By Belak55
  • Period: Jan 1, 700 to Jan 1, 1550

    Permanent Dwellings Of The Indians

    Missippian Indians started permanent dwellings that lasted longer and were bigger.They had flat-roofed pyramidal structures that were used as bases for important structures , And they created more advanced defencive systems.
  • Jan 1, 1100

    Permanent Dwellings of the indians

    Permanent Dwellings of the indians
    Missippian Indians started permanent dwellings that lasted longer and were bigger.They had flat-roofed pyramidal structures that were used as bases for important structures , And they created more advanced defencive systems.
  • Jan 1, 1540

    The spanish explorer Hernado de soto

    An expedition le by Hernado de soto he and his crew explored the west in search of gold.De soto and his crew visited indian tribes and probably introduced smallpox and other deadly diseases to the tribes.
  • In seach of colonisation

    Sir walter Raleigh sent explorers Philip Armadas and Arthur Barlowe to America in seach of possible colonisation sites on Roanoke Island. They returned to England with indians named Manteo and Wanchese to show them off.
  • The resource drainers

    The first English establishment is made on Roanoke island,And Ralph lane is appointed govenor.The Roanoke island indian people are starting to see the English man as resource drainers to the lands.
  • The Gold miners

    Ralph Lane leads and expedition in search of gold and other precious meatals in the interior of North Carolina. Roanoke island warns other indian tribes of the English man.
  • John White

    Raleigh sends artist and explorer John White as leader of the new group of settlers on Roanoke island. The colonists find 15 bones of the men left behind in 1586
  • The Deserted Colonisation

    The Deserted Colonisation
    White finally returned to Roanoke island to find the colony deserted with no evidence of what happened to the colonists. He tries to sail to the neighbouring islands but the weather conditions stopped him from leaving.
  • The Spanish Make An Alliance

    Because of Spains hatred of England,The spanish make an alliance with the tuscarora indians to keep a watchful eye of the Jamestown colony.
  • White-man Coasts

    The white settlers moved into the indian coasts and stated their buildings later on in the year.
  • "Loss Of Many Men"

    "Loss Of Many Men"
    Chowanoc Indians attack white settlements in Carolina losing many me in the havoc.
  • The Abandoned Lands

    The Chowanoc and Weapemeoc people have gradually moved from their lands. They either became slaves or become refugees in other indian tribes.
  • 1000 Miles Into Carolina

    A surveyor named John Lawson began a grueling,1000 mile journey into carolina to map the area. He published a book named- A New Voyage To Carolina.
  • Settler Trading

    Settlers began moving west and south of an area now known as the"Albemarle" area.
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    Taking Land Back

    The Tuscarora people start downing the whites numbers and taking their pre-owned land back from the settlers.
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    Including Other Tribes

    The Cheraw (Saura) indians start to include the Catawba living near the present day Charlotte.
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    The disease Smallpox

    A smallpox epidemic causes around 50 percen of the north Carloina indians to diemfrom this deadly disease.
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    The Patriot

    Three types of tribes join this cause and the Three tribes are:
    The Coharie,Catawba and ancestors of the Lumbee tribes.
  • Armed Conflicts

    Armed conflcts start to arise from the Cherokee and settlers from England.
  • Armed horse guards

    Armed horse guards
    The Cherokee establish "light horse guards" to maintain law and peace.
  • The Courts Of The Cherokee

    The Cherokee start to construct courts in which they place in areas of their lands that they own.