Mary Brant is born (either in Canjoharie, New York, or in the Ohio Valley).
Joseph Brant is born in the Ohio Valley.
Mary Brant marries Sir William Johnson, British Superintendent
of Northern Indians, with
whom she has eight children.
Joseph Brant fights with the British against
Joseph Brant attends school in Connecticut.
Sir William Johnson dies.
The Council of Iroquois supports Britain against American revolutionaries. Joseph Brant
forms Brant’s Volunteers and contributes to
the British-Iroquois victory at Oriskany.
Mary Brant and her children flee to Canada.
Joseph Brant marries Catharine (Ohtowa’kéhson), a relative of Chief Tekarihó:ken.
After the British defeat, many Mohawks come
to Canada and are given lands on the Grand River,
north of Lake Erie.
Mary Brant dies on April 16 in Kingston, Upper
Canada (later Ontario).
Joseph Brant is defeated in his long campaign
(1782–1797) to win Iroquois sovereignty over
the Grand River lands.
Joseph Brant dies on October 24 in Burlington,