Indiana’s Timeless Tales – 1800 – 1804


Indiana’s Timeless Tales – 1800 – 1804

Indiana’s Timeless Tales – 1800 – 1804

Moravian and Quaker missionaries made extensive attempts to teach Native Americans in the science of agriculture. In this volume of Indiana’s Timeless Tales readers will discover the history of these attempts as well as the importance of the fur industry in early Indiana. During this historical time William Clark and Meriwether Lewis began their historic mission as the Corps of Discovery departed from George Rogers Clark’s cabin in Clarksville, Indiana.

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May 7, 07 1800 – Congress Splits Northwest Territory in Two
May 10, 1800 – Cincinnati Land Office Established
May 12, 1800 – William Henry Harrison Appointed Governor Indiana Territory
May 13, 1800 – John Gibson Appointed Secretary Indiana Territory
July 4, 1800 – Indiana Territory Organized, Separated From Northwest Territory
July 04, 1800 – Judge Governing Council Appointed for Indiana Territory
July 22, 1800 – John Gibson Arrives Vincennes
August 01, 1800 – United States Census Complete
Indian Tribes In The New Territory
Towns
August 15, 1800 – Moravians Approve Mission to the Delaware
October 12, 1800 – John Peter Kluge and Anna Maria Rank Marry
October 15, 1800 – Moravian Mission to the Lenape on the Delaware River Begins
October 18, 1800 – Moravian Missionaries Reach Lititz
November 22, 1800 – James F.D. Lanier Born
November 02, 1800 – Harrison Hires Boat for Trip Down the Ohio
November 04, 1800 – Moravian Missionaries Reach Pittsburg
November 08, 1800 – Moravian Missionaries Depart Pittsburg
November 28, 1800 – Harrison Lands at Cincinnati
December 25, 1800 – Harrison and Family at Lexington, Ky
January 01, 1800 – Approximate Date Harrison Departed for Vincennes
January 09, 1801 – Delegation Dispatched to the White River
January 10, 1801 – Harrison Arrives Vincennes
January 12 – 1801 – Harrison and Indiana Judges Begin First Legislative Session
January 1801 – First Mention of Indiana Territory Seal
February 03, 1801 – Clark County Established
February 23, 1801 -Luckenbach and Kluge Draft Letter to Governor Harrison
March 24, 1801 – Moravian Missionaries Depart Goshen
April 01, 1801 – Missionaries Reach the Ohio River
April 06, 1801 – Land Office in Cincinnati Began Selling Land
April 09, 1801 – First Land Sales in Indiana
April 11, 1801 – Missionaries Reach Cincinnati
April 12, 1801 – Missionaries Meet With Governor St. Clair
April 14, 1801 – Missionaries Depart Cincinnati
April 24, 1801 – Moravian Missionaries Reach Future Site of Brookville
April 30, 1801 – Moravians Depart from Forks of the Whitewater
May 01, 1801 – Little Turtle Sends Letter to President Jefferson
May 17, 1801 – Camping in a Shawnee Camp
May 25, 1801 – Moravians Arrive at Woapicamikunk
May 22, 1801 – Moravians Arrival at Hockingpomsga’s Village
May 25, 1801 – Missionaries Reach Their Proposed Missionary Town
June 27, 1801 – Two Lenape Chiefs Visit Moravian Settlement
July 23, 1801 – Samuel Vance Purchases the Land that Became Lawrenceburg
August 31, 1801 – Final Logs Placed on First Cabin in Settlement
September 30, 1801 – Moravians Harvest
October 31, 1801 – First Cabin Finished
The Fur Industry in Indiana
November 1, 1801 – Governor Harrison Issues Trading Licenses
November 25, 1801 – Northwest Territory Legislature Meets
December 01, 1801 Little Turtle Departs for Washington
December 18, 1801 – Northwest Territorial Assembly Passes Division Act
December, 1801 – Five Medals Meets With Quakers
January 01, 1802 – William Wells Appointed Indian Agent – Fort Wayne
January 02, 1802 – Little Turtle Meets With Jefferson
January 07, 1802 – Henry Dearborn Replies to Little Turtle’s Concerns
January 19, 1802 – First Service in Moravian Missionaries’ Chapel
January 23, 1802 – Dearborn Informs Harrison of Native Unease Over Lands Around Vincennes
January 27, 1802 – Congress Rejects St. Clair’s Plan
March30, 1802 – Congress Passes Law Authorizing President to Ban Alcohol Sales in Indian Territory
April 1802 – William Vance Surveys Lawrenceburg
April 30, 1802 – Ohio Enabling Act
May 01, 1802 – Congress Authorizes Freeman’s Survey
June 09, 1802 – Jeffersonville Becomes Clark County Seat
May 01, 1802 – Congress Authorizes John James Dufour to Select Land in Indiana Territory
June 11, 1802 – Swiss Colony Lands Selected – Southern Indiana
July 01, 1802 – John Johnson Appointed Factor at Fort Wayne
Late Summer 1802 – Approximate Date Freeman Began Survey
July 15, 1802 – John Johnson Marries Rachel Johnson
August 05, 1802 – William Conner Established Trading Post
August 06, 1802 – Letter Harrison to Jefferson – Jeffersonville Plan
August 12, 1802 – Council of Vincennes
September 02, 1802 – Government Purchases Supplies for Fort Wayne Trading Post
September 17, 1802 – Council of Vincennes – Agreement Reached
October 02, 1802 – Governor Issues Proclamation Prohibiting Alcohol Sales to Amerindians
November 22, 1802 – Harrison Calls for Assembly to Repeal Ban on Slavery
December 20, 1802 – Meeting at Vincennes – Petition to Congress to Drop Slavery Ban
January 20, 1803 – A Covenant of Association for the settlement of the lands of Switzerland
February 08, 1803 – President Jefferson Reappoints Harrison as Governor
March 01, 1803 – Ohio Becomes State
March 1803 – William Clark moves to Live With George at Clarksville
June, 06 1803 – Treaty of Vincennes 1803 – Vincennes Tract
July 18, 1803 – William Clark Responds to Meriwether Lewis’s Invitation
July 15, 1803 – Meriwether Lewis Arrives Pittsburgh
July 24, 1803 – William Clark Writes Second Letter Accepting Meriwether Lewis’ Invitation
July 29, 1803 – Lewis Receives Clark’s Answer about Expedition
August 03, 1803 – Rumor of War In the Moravian Settlement
August 26, 1803 – Lewis Sends Letter to Clark – John Conner Inquiry
August 31, 1803 – Meriwether Lewis Departs Pittsburg
September 07, 1803 – Lewis Reaches Wheeling
September 13, 1803 – Jeffersonville Post Office Established
September 18, 1803 – William Wells’ Letter to Quakers
September 22, 1803 – Harrison Signs Bill Allowing Permanent Slavery Contracts
October 15, 1803 – Meriwether Lewis Arrives at Clarksville
October 15, 1803 – Lewis Passes Through the Falls of the Ohio
October 26, 1803 – Lewis and Clark Set off on Great Expedition – Clarksville
1803 – Harrison Begins Building Grouseland
1803 – Fort Knox II Constructed
February 6, 1803 – Friends Receive Wells’ Letter
February 23, 1804 – Friends Depart on Mission to Fort Wayne
March 01, 1804 – Friends Reach Old Fort Redstone
March 10, 1804 – Friends Cross the Ohio River
March 17, 1804 – Friends Arrive at Chillicothe
March 24, 1804 – Friends Arrive at Dayton
March 26, 1804 – Louisiana Territory Created – Attached to Indiana Territory
March, 26 – 1804 – Land Act of 1804
March 30, 1804 – The Friends Arrive Fort Wayne
March 31, 1804 – Friends Meet With Commander and William Wells
April 02, 1804 – Friends Meet With Little Turtle and Five Medals
April 05, 1804 – Friends Tour Site of Harmar’s Defeat
April 10, 1804 – Meeting Between Friends and Natives
April 13, 1804 – Quakers Select Site For Experimental Farm
April 13, 1804 – Friends Stake Out Spot for Wigwam
June 21, 1804 – Elihu Stout Brings Printing Press to Vincennes
July 04, 1804 – Moravians Preach First Sermon
July 04, 1804 – Indiana Gazette Began Publication
August 04, 1804 – Harrison Proclamation – Call for Assembly to Move to Second Stage
August 27, 1804 – Treaty of Vincennes 1804
September 11, 1804 – Election to Decide Second Stage
September 19, 1804 – John Badollet Takes Oath of Office as Vincennes Land Office Registrar
Late 1804 – 1804 – Phillip Dennis Departs Fort Wayne
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