Zuni Pueblo is an important trading center for Native peoples from California, Mexico and the American Southwest
Spanish expedition under Francisco Vasquez de Coronado spends four months at the main Zuni village of Hawikuh.
All Zuni villages are destroyed by raiding tribes.
Approx. 1600 - 1609
The Zuni build a new village atop the old site of Halona.
The United States assumes control of Zunilands.
Zuni reservation is established.
The U.S. government returns ownership of the sacred Zuni Salt Lake to the tribe.
The U.S. government restores the tribe's ownership of the sacred area known as "Zuni Heaven" in eastern Arizona.
The Zuni Land Conservation Act passes and provides a trust fund to assist in sustainable resource development.