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Doctrine of Christian Discovery timeline

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Timeline of Doctrine of Christian Discovery:
Diving below the Iceberg
1452
Dum Diversas (1st Doctrine of Discovery Papal Bull)
1455
Rominus Pontifex (2nd Doctrine of Discovery Papal Bull)
1493
Intercaetera (3rd Papal Bull)
1492
Columbus lands at Hispaniola in search of “India”
1496
King Henry the 7th of England issues patent to John Cabot to appropriate lands "which before this time were unknown to all Christians"
*timeline not to scale*
1580s
Elizabeth I of England and her legal advisers use DoCD principles and occupation of “non-Christian lands” to claim legal title to English conquests
1613
Two Row Wampum Treaty between the Haudenosaunee and the Dutch at (present day) Albany New York
1670
Royal Charter creates “Rupert’s Land” in what is now the Canadian North-West
1763
Royal Proclamation of 1763
1764
Wampum Treaty at Niagara
1776
Declaration of Independence
1778
Treaty of 1778 ARTICLE 1. That all offences or acts of hostilities by one, or either of the contracting parties against the other, be mutually forgiven, and buried in the depth of oblivion, never more to be had in remembrance.
1787
Northwest Ordinance Act 1787 - Put the world on notice not only that the land north of the Ohio River and east of the Mississippi would be settled, but that it would eventually become part of the United States.
1812-1830s
Changes in military, demographic, economic, and intellectual contexts redefine the relationship from one of inter-reliance to one of Euro-North American dominance
1823
Johnson v M’Intosh (First of the Marshall Trilogy, establishing the Doctrine of Christian Discovery in US Law.) This was followed by Cherokee Nation v Georgia in 1831 and Worcester v Georgia in 1832.
1824
Office of Indian Affairs established
Mohawk Institute opens in Brantford (Ontario).  First contemporary residential school run by the Anglican Church.
1828
1830
Indian Removal Act
The Department of Indian Affairs moved from Military to Civilian Control, signaling a shift in the nation-to-nation relationship set out in treaties.
1857
Gradual Civilization Act
1857
The CRC is Born
1864
Navajo Long Walk – forced relocation from present day Arizona to Bosque Redondo NM.
1867
Confederation.  A “Dominion from Sea to Sea”
1871-1921
Negotiation and signing of the numbered treaties
1876
The Indian Act
1883
Government of Canada formalizes the Residential Schools System
1888
St. Catharine’s Milling Co v Regina
1889
CRC starts the Board of Heathen Mission. Tamme Vanden Bosch sent to Minister among the Sioux at Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota
1890
Vanden Bosch resigns due to frustration
Massacre at Wounded Knee, South Dakota
1896
The CRC begins its mission in Navajo and Zuni territories
1903
1905
Rehoboth Christian School established
First CRC in Canada opens in Alberta
1934
Indian Reorganization Act
1955
DoCD cited in Tee-Hit-Ton v. United States
1973-4
Indian Family Centre established in Winnipeg Manitoba
1973
Calder Decision (Land Claims)
1996
Last government-run residential school closes
2003
Rehoboth Christian School issues "A Message of Confession and Reconciliation" http://www.rcsnm.org/confession.pdf
2005
Justice Ginsberg cites the DoCD in City of Sherrill v. Oneida Indian Nation of New York
1987
CRC in Canada joins in Ecumenical affirmation of a New Covenant with Aboriginal Peoples
2007
CRC in Canada re-asserts commitment to  New Covenant with Aboriginal Peoples
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples approved by the General Assembly
2008
Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement and Prime Minister’s Apology to Survivors
2015
Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC)report recommends repudiation of DoCD
CRC in Canada commits to Action for Reconciliation at final TRC event
13th c.
13th Century Crusades. Muslim Moors called less human than the soldiers of Christendom.
2009
US Congress buries Apology (and disclaimer) to Native peoples of the United States in 2010 Dept of Defense Appropriations Act