Why Columbus Didn’t ‘Discover’ America | Before Columbus | Timeline

Unveiling the Pre-Columbian Legacy: Rethinking Columbus’s Discovery of America

Introduction For centuries, the notion that Christopher Columbus discovered America stood as an unassailable truth. However, as historical research and archaeological findings have unfolded, this belief has been challenged, shedding light on the fact that Columbus was not the first European to set foot on the American continent. Leif Eiriksson’s Viking settlement, established some five…

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The Colonial War Between The Metis And The Scots | Nations At War | Timeline

Forging Identity and Defending Homeland: The Colonial War Between the Métis and the Scots

Introduction As the Americans pursued their manifest destiny to claim the continent, the battle for North America raged on. The First Nations of the West, including the Métis people, found themselves in a fight for survival against the encroaching forces. This article explores the lesser-known colonial war between the Métis and the Scots, shedding light…

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The Untold Story Of America's First Nations | Nations At War | Timeline

The Haida Raiders: Conquest, Artistic Brilliance and the Complexities of History

For generations, the First Nations of the Northwest coast lived in a state of apprehension due to the Haida raiders, who, from their island fortresses, gained slaves, wealth, and renown through force, igniting an era of remarkable artistry and architectural splendor. The history of America’s First Nations is rich and diverse, encompassing a multitude of…

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