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  History of India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Around the 5th century BCE, the northern Indian subcontinent was invaded by the Achaemenid Empire and the Greeks of Alexander's army.
This had important repercussions for Indian Civilization, as the political systems of the Persians would have an influence on later Indian political philosophy, including the administration of the Mauryan dynasty, and a melting pot of Indian, Persian, Central Asian and Greek culture was created in the modern region of Afghanistan, producing a unique hybrid culture.
The ports of southern India were involved in the Indian Ocean trade, chiefly involving spices, with the Roman Empire to the west and Southeast Asia to the east.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/History_of_India   (6894 words)

 Timeline of Indian history - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It includes the history of South Asia (Indian subcontinent), especially the history of the regions now known India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
1530 Babur completes his Baburnama, reflecting on society, politics, economics, history, geography, nature, flora and fauna, which to this day is a standard textbook in 25 countries.
1857 First Indian Rebellion, also known as the Sepoy Mutiny to the British, and the First War of Indian Independence to Indians.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Timeline_of_Indian_history   (1092 words)

 NC Museum of History: History Highlights - North Carolina American Indian History Time Line
June 8: Tuscarora Indians on the Roanoke and Tar-Pamlico Rivers send a petition to the government of Pennsylvania protesting the seizure of their lands and enslavement of their people by Carolina settlers.
The colonial governor approves a proposal to establish an Indian academy in present-day Sampson County.
Despite the Indian treaty of 1777 fixing the boundary at the foot of the Blue Ridge, the assembly declares lands open for settlement as far west as the Pigeon River.
ncmuseumofhistory.org /nchh/amerindian.html   (4215 words)

 American Indian History Timeline
The Court declared the Indians to be "an ignorant and dependent race" that must be governed by the "Christian people" of the United States.
After the war, as punishment for their support of the Confederacy, the Five Civilized Tribes are compelled to accept a treaty relinquishing the western half of the Indian Territory to 20 tribes from Kansas and Nebraska.
From 1831-39, the Five Civilized tribes of the Southeast are relocated to the Indian Territory.
facstaff.uww.edu /guliga/uwec/american_indian_history_timeline.htm   (2363 words)

 San Diego History Timeline
Diegueños, the Indians nearest the San Diego Mission and most of the central San Diego area, are of Yuman stock, as are the Kamia and Yuma tribes to the east.
Indians gather acorns and grind them into flour, from which they make a healthy mush.
Indians gather acorns from at least six species of oaks, collect fresh fruits and vegetables, hunt and fish.
www.sandiegohistory.org /timeline/timeline.htm   (690 words)

 Timeline of Events Relevant to the Northern Plains Tribes
Nonetheless, casualties among the Indians were great because they were poorly armed to compete with the new repeating rifles of the soldiers.
Sherman and commissioners in council with Indian chiefs at Ft. Laramie, Wyo.
Sitting Bull is killed on December 15 by Indian policemen, acting on behalf of the U.S. government.
www.hanksville.org /daniel/timeline2.html   (2821 words)

 Indiana Local History
History of the Delaware (Lenape) - The "grandfather tribe of all Algonquin", obtained permission to settle in the Indiana area from the Miami in 1770.
Miami Indians, (see Miami History by Lee Sultzman) he was born in 1752, and died in Fort Wayne 14 July 1812.
History of Allen County, Indiana, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its Prominent Men and Pioneers, to Which is Appended maps of its Several Townships and Villages.
home.att.net /~Local_History/IN_Timeline.htm   (2862 words)

 Secretary of State Kid's Page
The strategic importance of Maine is established as Massachusetts officials considered it the first line of defense against potential French and Indian invasions.
What began with King Phillip's War ended with France surrendering their holdings in the new world to the English at the finish of the Seven Years War.
He becomes the first popularly elected independent governor in the history of the United States.
www.state.me.us /sos/kids/allabout/historytimeline.htm   (690 words)

 Tamil History  - தமிழ் வரலாறு, ...
Their history had its beginnings in the rich alluvial plains near the southern extremity of peninsular India which included the land mass known as the island of Sri Lanka today.
The History of Tamil Nadu begins with the 3 kingdoms, CHERA, CHOLA and PANDYA, which are referred to in documents of the 3rd century BC.
Their dynasty, which ruled continously for over 500 years, left a permanent impact on the history of Tamil Nadu, which was during this period virtually controlled by the Pallavas in the north and the Pandyas in the south.
www.tamilnation.org /heritage   (6044 words)

 History of Asian Art: India Monument List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
History and arts of India were changed radically by the arrival of Alexander the Great around 330 BCE.
Indians learned about stone sculpture from the Greeks and Persians, but they adapted it to their own needs and preferences.
It was in this northwestern region of the Indian sub-continent that Mahayana Buddhism emerged in the 1st century BCE.
teach.lanecc.edu /plunkettm/Art-207_India/Monument.html   (1618 words)

 Rewriting Indian History - a Hindu Timeline
The timeline mixes historical dates with dates from mythology and there may be a need to sift historical fact from myth, with greater care.
When you learned Indian history, a startling amount of myth may have inadvertently been mixed in the masala with fact.
The "official" history of India and Hinduism was set down by Western scholars more than a hundred years ago, a history based on the now-disputed principle that an outside group of "Aryans," not her indigenous peoples, were responsible for most of India's civilization.
www.tamilnation.org /heritage/hindutimeline.htm   (5966 words)

 American Indian History Resources
Indian Memorial at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument "If this memorial is to serve its total purpose, it must not only be a tribute to the dead, ; it must contain a mesage for the living...power through unity..." Enos Poor Bear, Sr.
Indian History of the Northwest - Siwash - by J. Costello published 1895; 11.
Indian Tribes of the United States, vol 2 Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, 1883-1884 (index at end of this volume); 13.
www2005.lang.osaka-u.ac.jp /~krkvls/history.html   (2561 words)

 Alcatraz is Not an Island.Indian Activism.Timeline | PBS
Contemporary Indian art often explores the impact of social, political and cultural change.
Five Sioux Indians claim the island under the Fort Laramie 1868 Sioux Treaty enabling Sioux Indians to take possession of surplus federal land.
July 1968 - American Indian Movement (AIM) is founded in Minneapolis to protect the city's Native community from police abuse and to create job training and housing and education programs.
www.pbs.org /itvs/alcatrazisnotanisland/timeline.html   (433 words)

The Ojibwe Indians defeat the Dakota Indians at the Kathio, driving the Dakota into southern and western Minnesota.
Land-cession treaties negotiated with the Dakota Indians and the Chippewa Indians for United States rights to a portion of land between the Mississippi and St. Croix rivers.
Treaties concluded at Traverse des Sioux and Mendota with the Dakota Indians whereby the Dakota ceded their lands east of the Red River, Lake Traverse, and the Big Dakota River and south of a boundary line between the Dakota and Chippewa in 1825.
www.mnsu.edu /emuseum/history/mnstatehistory/timeline.html   (2438 words)

 A Short History of Bengal
Before discussing bengali history, it is useful to define the scope of the investigation.
custom in Indian history, the customary beginning of the medieval period in bengal starts with the period of muslim domination.
Finally, there is a site giving a timeline of Indian history in general.
members.tripod.com /~tanmoy/bengal   (337 words)

 Cherokee History
In 1828, they are forced to move into Indian territory.
New constitution ratified at convention uniting Cherokees arriving from the east with those in the west.
New treaty limits tribal land rights, eliminates possibility of Cherokee State and is prelude to Dawes Commission.
www.powersource.com /nation/dates.html   (906 words)

Her capital was Angkor Thom, (Note: Angkor is the derivative of Nagar or city in Indian) This was one of the greatest Indian cities and houses Angkor Wat the most beautiful temple in the world built in the 12th century.
Khmer was one of the greatest of Indian empires.
It was the second worst holocaust in history and the most concentrated killing spree ever.
www.geocities.com /raqta24/ind6.htm   (3153 words)

 Important Events in Indian History
Indian Removal Act passed by Congress; legalized removal of all Indians east of Mississippi to lands west of the river.
Chief Justice John Marshall issued opinion that state law does not apply to Indians on tribal lands; position of Commissioner of Indian Affairs established in War Department.
Administrative structure of Bureau of Indian Affairs amplified; Trade and Intercourse Act, including prohibition of sale of intoxicants to Indians and need for a license to travel in Indian land.
www.bluecloud.org /43.html   (432 words)

 North Carolina History
After two years of fighting a number of military expeditions, the Tuscarora ended the war, marking the last significant effort by eastern Indians to stop the wave of white settlers crowding them out of their land.
The U. government forces Cherokee Indians from their homes in what becomes known as the "Trail of Tears." Many Cherokee hide in the mountains of North Carolina.
The first bill to give women the right to vote in North Carolina is proposed, but is sent to a committee on insane asylums and is never passed.
www.secretary.state.nc.us /kidspg/history.htm   (1334 words)

 CanadaInfo: History & People: History Timeline
Daniel's Modification of: the History Timeline, Jan. 2003
French explorer, Jacques Cartier, gave Canada its name when he mistook the Indian word Kannata, meaning a collection of huts, for the name of the country.
On the second voyage in 1535 to 1536, he used the two Indian interpreter-guides to plot him up the St. Lawrence River to Stadacona which is now known as Quebec.
orion.math.uwaterloo.ca /~hwolkowi/canhisttimeline.html   (990 words)

 Washington History Timeline
Indian Appropriations Act states that Indians are no longer considered sovereign nations but wards of the federal government.
Indian lands are split into individual allotments, with remaining lands becoming public and therefore up for sale.
Indian Reorganization Act sets up Tribal Business Councils and promotes the return of communal ownership of reservation lands, in order to create self-sufficiency.
www.washingtonhistory.org /wshm/education/timeline.htm   (1199 words)

 The History Place - A New Nation
He will spend the next three years trying without success to settle problems regarding the existence of a string of British forts along the Canadian border, pre-war debts owed to British creditors, post-war American treatment of Loyalists, and the closing of the West Indian colonies to American trade.
Timeline of World War II in Europe
Terms of use: Private home/school non-commercial, non-Internet re-usage only is allowed of any text, graphics, photos, audio clips, other electronic files or materials from The History Place.
www.historyplace.com /unitedstates/revolution/rev-nation.htm   (2305 words)

 The History of the Adirondacks - A Timeline
The History of the Adirondacks - A Timeline
The largest land battle in American history before the Civil War occurred at Carillon (Fort Ticonderoga) in 1758.
The capture of Fort Ticonderoga and Crown Point in May 1775 are pivitol battles.
theforagerpress.com /adk/adkhistory.htm   (771 words)

 LEC12.htm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The earliest civilization on the Indian subcontinent flourished at the end of the third millennium in what is present day Pakistan.
Built as a mausoleum for his favorite wife, Muntazi Mahal, the building, like Mughal painting, was a synthesis of a number of cultural influences.
Indian artists quickly adopted the new technical media of photography, both as a source from which to copy an individual's likeness (see fig.
www.accd.edu /sac/vat/Faculty/schafter/LEC11.htm   (954 words)

 Theories and Future Implications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It has deep roots in Indian history yet it is defined only by the way it is perceived: by what people do and say and the way they think.
By a close examination of history it becomes evident that an “order” is only what it is interpreted as.
Indian History - Information about Indian geography, civilizations, dynasties etc.
www.mtholyoke.edu /~epandit/page4.html   (321 words)

 American Educational History Timeline
Please consider this timeline to be a work in progress.
Emphasizing secularism, science, and human reason, these ideas clash with the religious dogma of the day, but greatly influence the thinking of prominent colonists, including Franklin and Thomas Jefferson.
For additional information on the history of intelligence testing, see A.C.E. Long History of the I.Q. Test.
www.cloudnet.com /~edrbsass/educationhistorytimeline.html   (4161 words)

 RedNation, Inc.'s Online Native American Community - Plains Indian History Timeline
I recently ran across this timeline put together by PBS (Public Broadcasting System), and I thought there might be some that would have an interest in it.
The Indian Removal Act forces Native Americans living east of the Mississippi River to abandon their homes and move into the newly established Indian Territory to the west.
As a result of the white migration, the number of California Indians is reduced from 120,000 in 1850 to 20,000 in 1880.
www.rednation.net /modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=997   (3301 words)

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