Natchez Indians

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Linquistice group: Muskogean or Algonquian
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Linquistice group: Muskogean  
  
Original homeland: Sowutywestern Mississippi along the Mississippi River  
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Original homeland: Southwestern Mississippi along the Mississippi River  
  
 
== History  ==
 
== History  ==
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Early encounter with explorers 1543 Hernando de Soto, and in 1682 visit from Sieur de La Salle brought missionaries and fur traders.  
 
Early encounter with explorers 1543 Hernando de Soto, and in 1682 visit from Sieur de La Salle brought missionaries and fur traders.  
  
On Line [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~msalhn/NativeAmerican/natchezindians.htm history]
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Relationship was established with the French which later became a conflict when the Nachez Revolt was caused by the French governor, Chopart desire to acquire their principal village as a plantation.  The Nachez massacre of the French at Fort Rosalie.  The French joined forces with the Choctaw and the retaliation resulted in the Natchez leaving their villages in 1730 and dispersing among the Chickasaw, Creek, Catawba and Cherokee.
  
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In the 1830's they removed with their host tribes to Indian Territory
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On Line [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~msalhn/NativeAmerican/natchezindians.htm history]
  
 
== Brief Time Line  ==
 
== Brief Time Line  ==
  
*1713: the French establishe a trading post  
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*'''1713:''' The French establish a trading post  
*Fort Rosalie established later becoming the center of the Nachez Revolt  
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*'''1716:''' Fort Rosalie established later becoming the center of the Nachez Revolt  
*1718: European colonistst negotiated for land - for large plantations  
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*'''1716, 1722, 1729: &nbsp;'''the tribe was at war with the French
*1729- 1731&nbsp;Nachez Revolt; The French forced aboaut 400 Natchez to surrender; killing some and sending others to Santo Domingo as slaves. Other tribal survivors joined the Chickasaw, Creek, Catawba, and Cherokee  
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*'''1718:''' European colonistst negotiated for land - for large plantations  
*1730: French and Chactaw joined forces aginst the Natchez  
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*'''1729 - 1731:'''&nbsp;Nachez Revolt; The French forced about 400 Natchez to surrender; killing some and sending others to Santo Domingo as slaves. Other tribal survivors joined the Chickasaw, Creek, Catawba, and Cherokee  
*1832: removed with their host tribes to Indian Territory  
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*'''1730:''' French and Chactaw joined forces aginst the Natchez, &nbsp;
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*'''1832:''' Removed with their host tribes to Indian Territory  
 
*Assimilated into their host Tribes and lost their identity.
 
*Assimilated into their host Tribes and lost their identity.

Revision as of 13:20, 28 May 2010

Linquistice group: Muskogean

Original homeland: Southwestern Mississippi along the Mississippi River

History

Early encounter with explorers 1543 Hernando de Soto, and in 1682 visit from Sieur de La Salle brought missionaries and fur traders.

Relationship was established with the French which later became a conflict when the Nachez Revolt was caused by the French governor, Chopart desire to acquire their principal village as a plantation.  The Nachez massacre of the French at Fort Rosalie.  The French joined forces with the Choctaw and the retaliation resulted in the Natchez leaving their villages in 1730 and dispersing among the Chickasaw, Creek, Catawba and Cherokee.

In the 1830's they removed with their host tribes to Indian Territory


On Line history

Brief Time Line

  • 1713: The French establish a trading post
  • 1716: Fort Rosalie established later becoming the center of the Nachez Revolt
  • 1716, 1722, 1729:  the tribe was at war with the French
  • 1718: European colonistst negotiated for land - for large plantations
  • 1729 - 1731: Nachez Revolt; The French forced about 400 Natchez to surrender; killing some and sending others to Santo Domingo as slaves. Other tribal survivors joined the Chickasaw, Creek, Catawba, and Cherokee
  • 1730: French and Chactaw joined forces aginst the Natchez,  
  • 1832: Removed with their host tribes to Indian Territory
  • Assimilated into their host Tribes and lost their identity.