Native American Timeline of Events

Native American Mural in the Interior Department Building in Washington DC by A. Houser.

Native American Mural in the Interior Department Building in Washington DC by A. Houser.

“Being Indian is an attitude, a state of mind, a way of being in harmony with all things and all beings.”  – Brooke Medicine Eagle

Paleo Indians by Heinrich Harder 1919

Paleo Indians by Heinrich Harder 1919

“This war did not spring up on our land, this war was brought upon us by the children of the Great Father who came to take our land without a price, and who, in our land, do a great many evil things… This war has come from robbery – from the stealing of our land.”

— Spotted Tail, Lakota Sioux Chief

Ogalala Sioux at an oasis in the Badlands, photo by Edward S. Curtis, 1905.

Ogalala Sioux at an oasis in the Badlands, photo by Edward S. Curtis, 1905.

3 thoughts on “Native American Timeline of Events”

  1. The truth of our history has yet to be told. There are people with documentation from presidents and leaders around the world to substantiate the illegitimacy of the Louisiana Purchase; as well as provide the truth about why the land was named “Louisiana.” The truth is so much bigger than anyone can imagine at this point in time. The “Great Father” that stole the land is not just about men who stole the land, it all goes back to the beginning of time. Religion is merely history, and everyone knows history is tainted with lies to serve the means of those seeking to conqueror others. My roots run deep and my stories are long. I know the truth about the last 2,000 years of history with well documented data and research that can put to shame archeologists, anthropologists, generic genealogists, historians, film makers, etc. From Presidental letters, land deeds, genetic testing, family stories, family letters, multiple cases in the Supreme Court dating back to the early 1800’s, artifacts, etc. I have her-story to tell because his-story is filled with lies. From Pocahontas to Sacajawea I can fill in blanks because I dot my t’s and cross my i’s (a little joke) – after all it is why the stories of women, including the book of Esther and the book of Ruth are the most accurate in history.

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