AD 1228, Nagas resist when Thais invaded Assam.
Till 1880, Nagas resist the Britishers.
1873, Inner Line Regulation passed.
This is revised in 1884,1928,1929,1934 and lastly, under Indian Millitary rule in 1959, which is still existing.
1879 - 80, the greatest war between the Nagas and the British.
1881, the present inhabited Nagaland was formed (excluding Assam, Manipur, Burma, Arunachal, where many Nagas inhabits).
1888, Hill district was formed.
1918, formation of Naga Club, the kernel of Naga politics.
1929, first official-level discussion of Naga freedom.( The members of the Naga club produced a memorandum to the one-man commission call 'Simon Commissions')
1945, Naga Hills District Council formed.
1946, this Council changes to NNC (Naga National Council).
June 1947, an ultimatum is put up that Naga Hill should cease to be a part of India.
August 14, 1947, Nagas declare independence.
May 16, 1951, Naga voluntary plebiscite (99.99% paticipated)
1952, first Indian General Election boycotted by the Nagas
1956, Nagaland declared a 'disturbed area' and the Naga Hills' Disturbed Area Ordinance Regulations came into force.
March 22, 1956, NNC and Free Nagaland unite as 'Federal Republic of Nagaland', and they declared Nagaland, 'Sovereign Republic of Nagaland' (SRN)
1957, formation of Naga Peoples Convention (NPC).
May 28, 1958, 16 Point Agreement with the Govt. of India.
December 1, 1963, inauguration of Nagaland State.
September 6, 1964, cease fire declared between Federal Government of Nagaland and the Indian Government.
September 1, 1972, NNC and Federal Republic of Nagaland declared unlawful by the Indian Government.
March 22, 1975 to March 1977, President's Rule under direct Army rule from New Delhi.
November 1975, Shillong Accord.
1980, National Socialist Council of Nagaland formed. (NSCN)
May 1988, NSCN divided into two factions, NSCN-IM headed by Isak and Muivah, NSCN-K headed by Khaplang.
April 30, 1990, Naga Legendary leader A.Z.Phizo dies
1992, Division of NNC into two factions, NNC-A (Adino) and NNC-K (Khodao).
for further information;
Panger Imchen, Ancient Ao Naga Religion and Culture (New Delhi 1993)
Rev.V.K.Nuh, Nagaland Church and Politics, 1986
M.Alemchiba, A brief Historical account of Nagaland.(1970)