Indiana’s Timeless Tales – Pre-History to 1781

Indiana’s Timeless Tales – Pre-History to 1781

Discover Indiana’s early history as it unfolds from pre-history until the beginning of the American experiment. Indiana’s Timeless Tales – Pre-History to 1781 presents the unfolding saga of Indiana’s fascinating history in an easy to follow time line. Readers of this historical journal will learn about the native Americans that inhabited early Indiana as well as the geological events that shaped the state.

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Illinoisan Glacier Boundary
Indiana Rivers and Major Streams
Indiana Forests
Indiana Flora
Indiana Fauna
Indiana Native Tribes
Shawnees in Indiana
Miami Indian Tribe in Indiana
Potawatomi Tribe in Indiana
Kickapoos in Indiana
The Delaware
Colonial American Time Line
Pioneer Lifestyle
Great Sauk Trail
October, 28 1702 – Trading Post At Vincennes Established
1715 – Fort Miamis Established
1717 – Fort Ouiatenon Established
May 23, 1740 – John Gibson Born
October 5, 1744 – Squire Boone Born
December 13, 1747 – Francis Vigo Born
1747 – Little Turtle (Mishikinoqkwa) Born
April 21, 1749 – First Church Record – Vincennes Old Cathedral
May 19, 1749 – King George II of England Grants Charter to the Ohio Company
October 31, 1750 – Christopher Gist explores Upper Ohio River for Ohio Company
1751 – John Kimberlin Born
November 19, 1752 – George Rogers Clark Born
August 14, 1756 – Jean François Hamtramck Born
c.1761 – Jean Baptiste Richardville Born
October 08, 1762 – Toussaint Dubois Born
February 10, 1763 – Treaty of Paris Ends French and Indian War
April 27, 1763 – Pontiac Speaks at Council to Unite Tribes – Beginning of Pontiac’s War
May 7, 1763 – Pontiac Begins Siege of Detroit
May 27, 1763 – Fort Miami Taken in Pontiac’s Rebellion
October 07, 1763 – Royal Proclamation of 1763
June 19, 1765 – Pontiac and Other Chiefs Meet George Crogan at Ouiatenon
September 17, 1765 – Jacob Whetzel Born
October 10, 1765 – Fort De Chartres Surrendered on Mississippi
March 15, 1766 – Joseph Bartholomew Born
June 7, 1767 – Daniel Boone First Sights Kentucky
October 24, 1768 – “Indiana Grant” in Virginia – Origin of the Name Indiana
November 05, 1768 – Treaty of Fort Stanwix
August 09, 1770 – Quebec Governor Guy Carleton Sails for London
1770 – William Wells Born
1771 – George Rogers Clark Begins Exploring Ohio River Valley
February 09, 1773 – William Henry Harrison Born
1773 – Frances Slocum Born
March 4, 1774- Joseph Hamilton Daviess Born
April 07, 1774 – Joseph Baily Born
June 16, 1774 – Formation of Harrodsburg, Kentucky
June 22, 1774 – Parliament Passed the Quebec Act – Intolerable Act
September 26, 1774 – Johnny Appleseed “Chapman” Born
1774 – George Rogers Clark Receives First Military Commission
July 10, 1774 – Lord Dunmore’s Troops Depart – Dunmore’s War
August 27, 1774 – Richard Henderson and Company Organized – Became Transylvania Company
September 18, 1774 – Sir Guy Carleton Returns to Quebec
October 10, – 1774 – Battle Of Point Pleasant Ends Lord Dunmore’s War
March 10, 1775 – Daniel Boone Begins Blazing Wilderness Road
March 17, 1775 – Treaty of Sycamore Shoals
April 01, 1775 – Daniel Boone establishes Boonesboro, Kentucky
April 07, 1775 – Henry Hamilton Appointed British Lieutenant Governor Of Detroit
April 14, 1775 – British General Gage Receives Orders to Disarm American Rebels
April 15, 1775 – British General Gage Receives Report from Spy
April 18, 1775 – British General Gage Assembles His Force
April 18, 1775 – Midnight Ride of Paul Revere
April 19, 1775 – Battle of Lexington and Concord
May 8, 1775 – Richard Henderson Begins Organizing Transylvania Colony – Transylvania Compact
October 17, 1775 – Treaty of Pittsburg
November 09, 1775 – Henry Hamilton Assumes Command of Fort Detroit
1775 – Ohio Company Hires George Rogers Clark to Survey in Kentucky
Autumn – 1775 – Clark Returns to Virginia
June 06, 1776 – Clark Returns to Kentucky Calls Meeting with Kentuckians
Early June, 1776 – Clark and Jones Travel to Virginia
July 04, 1776 – Continental Congress Approves Declaration of Independence
July 1776 – George Rogers Clark Lobbies Virginia Governor Patrick Henry for Supplies
July 17, 1776 – Captain George Gibson Secret Expedition to New Orleans Begins
August 23, 1776 – Virginia Executive Council Approves Gunpowder for Kentucky
Late August 1776 – Gibson’s Expedition Arrives at New Orleans
September 22, 1776 – Lieutenant William Linn Departs New Orleans with Gunpowder
November 10, 1776 – General Washington Johnson Born
December 07, 1776 – Virginia Creates Kentucky County
December 31, 1776 – Clark’s Company Ambushed by Indians
January 02, 1777 – Harrod’s Party Departs Harrodsburg to Retrieve Gunpowder
March 07, 1777 – Harrod’s Town Attacked, Beginning of the Bloody Kentucky War
March 21, 1777 – Lord George Germaine Issues Orders to Carleton to Use Indians
April 20, 1777 – Clark Dispatches Spies into Illinois Country
May 19, 1777 – Edward Abbott Arrives as Governor of Vincennes
May 02, 1777 – Lieutenant William Linn Arrives at Fort Henry With Gunpowder
June 07, 1777 – Oliver Pollock Named US Envoy to Spain at New Orleans
Summer 1777 – Edward Abbott Begins Construction of Fort Sackville
June 16, 1777 – Henry Hamilton Receives Orders to Incite Native Attacks Against Colonists
June 22, 1777 – Clark’s Spies Return
June 30, 1777 – Conference at Detroit Ends – Year of Bloody Sevens Intensifies
September 02, 1777 – Colonel John Bowman Arrives at Harrod’s Town
October 01, 1777 – Clark Departs for Virginia to Present His Illinois Campaign Proposal
November 05, 1777 – Clark Arrives in Williamsburg
November 10, 1777 – Chief Cornstalk Murdered
December 10, 1777 – Clark Presents His Illinois Campaign Plan to Governor Patrick Henry
December 10, 1777 – William Conner Born
January 02, 1778 – Virginia Governor Patrick Henry Approves Clark’s Illinois Campaign
January 06, 1778 – Thomas Lincoln Born
February 03, 1778 – Edward Abbott Departs Vincennes
May 04, 1778 – Continental Congress ratifies Treaty of Alliance with France
May 12, 1778 – George Rogers Clark’s Force Departs on Northwest Campaign
May 27, 1778 – Lieutenant-Colonel George Rogers Clark’s Force Reaches Corn Island at the Falls of the Ohio
June 24, 1778 – Clark’s Troops Leave Corn Island To Begin Illinois Campaign
June 16, 1778 – James Gentry Born
June 24, 1778 – Clark’s Troops Leave Corn Island To Begin Illinois Campaign
Late June 1778 – Word Received at Corn Island of French Alliance – Date Approximate
July 04, 1778 – Clark Takes Kaskaskia Without Firing a Shot
July 06, 1778 – Joseph Bowman Departs to Capture Cahokia
July 20, 1778 – French Occupants of Vincennes Swear Allegiance to Americans
August 06, 1778 – Henry Hamilton Learns of Clark’s Capturing Vincennes
August 22, 1778 – Clark Negotiates Treaty with Winnebago
October 07, 1778 – Henry Hamilton Departs Detroit – Mission to Recapture Vincennes
November 02, 1778 – Frances Slocum Abducted by Indians
December 09, 1778 – Illinois County Established
December 17, 1778 – The British Recapture Fort Patrick Henry – Vincennes
Forks of the Wabash
January 29, 1779 – Francis Vigo Informs Clark about British Forces in Vincennes
February 05, 1779 – Clark leaves Kaskaskia to retake Vincennes
February 23, 1779 – Clark Arrives at Vincennes
February 25, 1779 – George Rogers Clark Recaptures Vincennes In From British
March 2, 1779 – Westernmost Naval Battle of the American Revolution
March 08, 1779 – British Governor Henry Hamilton Begins March as Prisoner
March 20, 1779 – Clark Departs Vincennes for Kaskaskia
March 30, 1779 – Henry Hamilton Arrives at Corn Island as a Prisoner
May 1, 1779 – Delaware Attack Traders on Buffalo Trace – Leads to Battle of White River Forks
Summer 1779 – Clark Returns to Falls of the Ohio
August 14, 1779 – Joseph Bowman Dies along the Wabash
November 05, 1780 – de La Balme Massacre Near the Eel River
December 05, 1780 – Battle of Trail Creek
January 2, 1781 – Virginia Grants Land in Indiana to George Rogers Clark
January 2, 1781 – Virginia Cedes Northwestern Lands
January 18, 1781 – Ratliff Boon – Born – Second Indiana Governor
January 30, 1781 – Articles Of Confederation Ratified By 13Th State Maryland
August 24, 1781 – Lochry’s Massacre
October 19, 1781 – General George Washington Defeats General Cornwallis at Yorktown Virginia
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