Historic Timeline

Notes: Lenape are called the “grandfathers” or “ancient ones”. They are awake for 72000 days, then asleep for 72000 days.

Date Description
8000 BC Nanticoke-Lenape Indians settle in NE US
Aug 11, 3114 BC the “Creation Date” for the current Piktun cycle
Jun 8, 1224 Anunnaki awake
July 24, 1421 Anunnaki go to sleep
1600 European Settlers
1600 Lenape population decimated by European diseases from the Dutch
1608 Nanticoke encounter Capt. John Smith
Sep 8, 1618 Anunnaki awake
Sep 19, 1618 Anunnaki learn of the demise of the Lenape due to foreign disease. They open The Rock
1613-1640 Anunnaki counsel the Lenape to embrace the new settlers
1620-1640 Lenape population declined by 90% due to European diseases
1639 Dutch-Lenape war begins
1650 Nanticoke resist European colonial intrusion – with some help from the Anunnaki
1651 Anunnaki begin teaching the elders political negotiation skills
1664 English defeat Dutch control of “New Netherland” on the eastern seaboard
1664-1740 Lenape migrate North and West out of New Jersey
May 1, 1668 Nanticoke-Maryland treaty signed by Chief Unnacokasimmon
1704 Nanticoke in Delmarva Peninsula restricted to specific lands by British colonial governments
Sep 26, 1721 Dr Johann Peter Zeyler born in Germany
Sep 9, 1738 Dr Peter Zeyler (Seiler) arrives in PA
1738 – 1803 Dr Seiler acclaimed by Lenni-Lenape as “The Great Pow-Wow” (spiritual leader)
1750 Williams Township erected
1758-1802 Brotherton Reservation in Burlington County
1768 Reservations begin to be disbanded by the colonial government
May 26, 1770 Dr Peter Seiler Jr born
1776 Declaration of Independence signed
1778 US government sign treaty with Lenni-Lenape
1787 US Constitution adopted
1791 Bill of Rights ratified
July 3, 1795 Rev. Charles Peter Miller born
Mar 28, 1797 Samantha (Olivia) Stauss Miller born
1800s Nanticoke unite with Lenni-Lenape in New Jersey
1800 Bison population strong (20-30 mill)
1802 Abraham Seiler born
Jan 8, 1803 Dr Johann Peter Seiler dies
Jan 8, 1809 Dr. John Peter Seiler III born
Jun 17, 1813 non-Rev. Charles Peter Miller and Samantha Olivia Stauss married
Mar 23, 1814 Elizabeth Jean Miller born
Nov 5, 1815 Anunnaki go to sleep; scheduled to wake up Dec 21, 2012
Sept 23, 1823 agreement signed between Muhheconnuck Tribe and Brotherton Indians
Jun 25, 1826 Frederick Seiler dies
1830 Bison no longer in Pennsylvania. The ones at the rock die at a rate of 1 to 3 per year
Jan 7, 1842 Samantha (Olivia) Stauss Miller dies
Feb 7, 1843 Rev. Charles Peter Miller becomes pastor of Old Williams Lutheran Church in Springfield
Dec 17, 1843 Rev. Samuel S. Diehl born
1844 Abraham Seiler dies
Jun 21, 1857 (Summer Solstice) Dr. John Peter Seiller III and Elizabeth Miller married (Lenape Priest)
July 10, 1857 Dr. John Johann Miller born (son of John Peter Seiler III)
May 14, 1862 Dr Peter Seiler Jr dies
Jan 7, 1865 Rev. Charles Peter Miller dies
1865 Pastor William Emory at Old Williams Lutheran Church
July 10, 1867 John Johann Miller given the truth, photos, the book, and the bank key by parents for his 10th birthday
July 11, 1867 John Johann Miller decided to become a doctor, and begins studying with Dr. Seiler (his father)
Aug 22, 1868 Dr. John Peter Seiler III dies
Nov 11, 1868 Elizabeth Jean Miller dies (mother of Dr. John Johann Miller)
Nov 27, 1868 Dr. Gray Knightly moves to Williams Township
Nov 29, 1868 John Miller ingratiates himself with the new doctor, and continues studying
1874 Tesla wanders mountains of Tamingaj near Gracac. “stonger, both physically and mentally”
July 3, 1875 cornerstone for the new Williams Lutheran Church laid in Springtown
May 20, 1870 Old Williams Lutheran Church moved to newly dedicate building in Springtown
Apr 30, 1877 John Miller passes his medical exams and earns title of Doctor.
1877 – 1879 Dr. John Miller continues working with Dr. Knightly.
1877 Tesla researches electricity at great expense – claims it is addictive gambling that has stolen his funds
1877 New Jersey Cheswold band has its own segregated school
May 12, 1879 US Federal Court declares American Indians as having rights under the law
July 1879 Dr. John Miller and Dr. Knightly have a heated debate regarding Indian Rights and Standing Bear’s victory in Federal Court. Dr. Knightly decides to move his practice to New York City.
1880 Bison population greatly reduced throughout the west/midwest (395,000)
1880 Rev. Oliver H. Melchior succeeds Emory in Williams Lutheran Church
1882 Tesla begins work at Continental Edison Co. in France
1884 Tesla relocated to NY to work with Thomas Edison
1885 Tesla redesigns Edison’s inefficient motors and generators in a couple months
1888 Tesla moves to work in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
1889 Bison population nearly extinction (541)
1892 Rev. Samuel S. Diehl succeeds Melchior in Williams Lutheran Church
Dec 10, 1894 “Indian Ann” dies (daughter of Elisha Ashatama of the Brotherton Indians
1897 135 bison have died since 1830, resulting in power drain on the reserve batteries
Dec 10, 1897 – Feb 5, 1898 PreGame Timeline
Feb 5, 1898 – ? Game Session
Jun 17, 1898 4c postage stamp with image of bison
Aug 31, 1898 “Cody Day” declared during the Expo for Buffalo Bill Cody
Nov 26, 1898 New England Storm: NY, CT, Mass
Feb 12, 1899 Great Blizzard of 1899
1899 $5 Indian Chief US currency issued – features Running Antelope
1901 $10 bill depicting Lewis and Clark with a bison in the center
1901 President McKinley assassinated
1901 Vice-President Roosevelt becomes President (most naturalist ever)
1903 legislature formally acknowledges the Nanticoke Indians
1905 American Bison Society founded
1913 Buffalo nickel minted (until 1938
Oct 27, 1961 First low-Earth orbit Apollo flight (Saturn I)
Oct 11, 1968 First manned spaceflight (Apollo 7)
Jul 20, 1969 first NASA moon landing (Apollo 11 launched Jul 16)
1978 Congress signs into law the “American Indian Religious Freedom Act”
Dec 21, 2012 Serpent People scheduled to awaken (end of Piktun 5)

Historic Timeline

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