Mississauga Ojibwe final repel of Iroquois: During their wars with the Iroquois, the Ojibwe pushed down both sides of Lake Huron and by 1701 controlled most of lower Michigan and southern Ontario. Within a generation of Columbus, the French had penetrated the St. Lawrence River and pointed their ships toward the interior. Fast facts and information for students, children & kids via the Wars of America Timeline. 1701: Iroquois set policy of neutrality 1702-1713: Queen Anne's War A timeline created with Timetoast's interactive timeline maker. The Beaver Wars. The Wars of America Timeline provides a record of events in the order of their occurrence. Iroquois Wars of the 17th Century. The Oneidas are members of the Iroquois or Six Nation League of the upper New York region. 1712: French and Fox war The First Fox War (1712-16) began when Fox, Kickapoo, and Mascouten attacked Fort Pontchartrain on May 13th. Starting in 1640, the Iroquois Confederacy, a confederation of five Iroquoian-speaking American Indian tribes, began a campaign referred to as the Beaver Wars during which they fought other American Indian groups, including those in the Ohio Country, for their lands and territories in order to gain access to their fur-bearing game animals, especially the beaver and deer. ALSO: This Timeline is intended to give the student a better idea of what was happening in the rest of Colonial America during the important years leading up to and immediately following the Albany Congress Visit this site for the Wars of America Timeline featuring famous people, places and events of the era. Smallpox hit their villages, but this affected the Mohawk as much as the Susquehannock … To preserve their lands from incursions by either side, the League attempts a policy of neutrality. 1649 - The Iroquois War (part II) Iroquois overrun Huronia: January 1st, 1649 – In New Amsterdam, Adriaen Van der Donck is elected president of the new Board of Nine Men. Susquehannock were a major participant (1630-1700) End of Susquehannock fight as Huron allies -- winter of 1648-49. U.S. Timeline Friday, October 30, 2015. U.S. Timeline Tuesday, November 17, 2015. By 1630 they had built settlements at Quebec and Montreal, where they could easily communicate and trade with the Huron, Ottawa, and Ojibwe Indians around the Great Lakes. Addison-Wesley Publishers. ALSO: This Timeline is intended to give the student a better idea of what was happening in the rest of Colonial America during the important years leading up to and immediately following the Albany Congress. Susquehannock entered the war against the Iroquois/Mohawks – 1650 . The Revolution, however, causes a civil war among the Iroquois, and the Oneidas are one of the few tribes to side with the Americans. These wars were finally ended by a series of successful campaigns by New France’s governor, the comte de Frontenac, against the Iroquois in 1693–96. Note: The following timeline and the map above are from The American People: Creating a Nation and a Society, Gary B. Nash, et al., 2nd ed. 1700s Timeline. The American-Indian Wars were a centuries-long series of battles, skirmishes and massacres by European settlers against Native Americans, beginning around 1622. 1648 - The Iroquois War (part 1) Margaret Jones hanged in Boston for witchcraft: January, 1648 – coming from Gothenburg, the Swan arrives in Christina harbor with a large shipment including iron and lead as well as a kettle intended to brew ale.