Modern History of American Indian Peoples

Modern history including the 16th century, 17th century, 18th century, 19th century, and 20th century be used to examine American Indian peoples.

   

Modern History

Modern history can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Meso American, Caribbean, and Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples including Andean, Amazonian, and Cono/Southern American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples including eastern North American Indian and Western North American Indian peoples.

16th century

The 16th century including the early 16th century, early mid 16th century, mid 16th century, late mid 16th century, and late 16th century can be used to examine Middle American Indian including Meso-American, Southwestern American Indian peoples, and Caribbean peoples; South American Indian including Andean, Amazonian, and Cono/Southern American Indian peoples; and North American Indian peoples. The Spanish invaded the Americas and conquered the Aztec empire among Middle American Indian peoples, and the Inca empire among Andean peoples.

The early 16th century including the early 1500s, late 1500s, early 1510s, and late 1510s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The early mid 16th century including the early 1520s, late 1520s, early 1530s, and late 1530s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The mid 16th century including the early 1540s, late 1540s, early 1550s, and late 1550s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The late mid 16th century including the early 1560s, late 1560s, early 1570s, and late 1570s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The late 16th century including the early 1580s, late 1580s, early 1590s, and late 1590s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

17th century

The 17th century including the early 17th century, early mid 17th century, mid 17th century, late mid 17th century, and late 17th century can be used to examine Middle American Indian including Meso American peoples, Southwestern American Indian peoples, and Caribbean peoples; South American Indian including Andean, Amazonian, and Cono/Southern American Indian peoples; and North American Indian peoples including Eastern North American Indian peoples, and Western North American Indian peoples.

The early 17th century including the early 1600s, late 1600s, early 1610s, and late 1610s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The early mid 17th century including the early 1620s, late 1620s, early 1630s, and late 1630s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The mid 17th century including the early 1640s, late 1640s, early 1650s, and late 1650s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The late mid 17th century including the early 1660s, late 1660s, early 1670s, and late 1670s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The late 17th century including the early 1680s, late 1680, early 1690s, and late 1690s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

18th century

The 18th century including the early 18th, early mid 18th century, mid 18th century, late mid 18th century, and late 18th century can be used to examine Middle American Indian including Meso-American Indian, Southwestern American Indian, and Caribbean peoples; South American Indian including Andean, Amazonian, and Cono/Southern American indian peoples; and North American Indian peoples including Eastern North Indian peoples, and Western North American Indian peoples. These were increasingly being subjugated by those of Western Civilization.

The early 18th century including the early 1700s, late 1700s, early 1710s, and late 1710s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The early mid 18th century including the early 1720s, late 1720s, early 1730s, and late 1730s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The mid 18th century including the early 1740s, late 1740s, early 1750s, and late 1750s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The late mid 18th century including the early 1760s, late 1760s, early 1770s, and late 1770s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. The late 18th century including the early 1780s, late 1780s, early 1790s, and late 1790s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

19th century

The 19th century including the early 19th century, early mid 19th century, mid 19th century, late mid 19th century, and late 19th century can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Mesoamerican, southwestern American Indian, and Caribbean peoples; South American Indian including Andean, Amazonian, and Cono/Southern American Indian peoples; and North American Indian including Eastern North American Indian and Western North American Indian peoples. American Indian peoples were being subjegated by the peoples of Western Civilization.

The early 19th century including the early 1800s, late 1800s, early 1810s, and late 1810s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Meso-American and Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples including Andean and Amazonian peoples; and North American Indian peoples.

The early mid 19th century including the early 1820s, late 1820s, early 1830s, and late 1830s can be used to examine Middle American Indian including Meso-American and Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples including Andean and Amazonian peoples; and North American Indian peoples.

The mid 19th century including the early 1840s, late 1840s, early 1850s, and late 1850s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Meso-American and Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian including Andean and Amazonian peopes, and North American Indian peoples.

The late mid 19th century including the early 1860s, late 1860s, early 1870s, and late 1870s can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Meso-american and Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian including Andean, Amazonian, and Cono/Southern American Indian peoples; and North American Indian peoples including Eastern North American Indian and Western North American Indian peoples.

The late 19th century including the early 1880s can be used to examine Middle American Indian including Meso-American Indian and Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples including Andean, Amazonia, and Cono/Southern American Indian peoples; and North American Indian peoples including Eastern North American Indian and Western North American Indian peoples. The late 1880s including 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, and 1890 can be connected. The early 1890s including 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, and 1895 can be connected. The late 1890s including 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, and 1900 can be connected.

20th century

The 20th century including the early 20th century, early mid 20th century, mid 20th century, late mid 20th century, and late 20th century can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Meso-American, Southwestern American Indian, and Caribbean peoples; South American Indian peoples including Andean, Amazonian, and Cono/Southern American indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples including Eastern North American Indian and Western North American Indian peoples. Most of the American Indian peoples were subjugated in this period and events among them are submerged in the modern westernized nations. The early 21st century including the late 2010s can be connected.

History, sociology, institutions, culture, anthropology, personal studies, and science will be connected as the site develops.

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Created 17 May 2014 Last updated 30 Oct 2017