The timeline of human history in New Shetland starts when native people moved into the New Shetland archipelago in 400 CE. Post-European contact history starts in 1804, when the explorer Thomas Harves discovered the Harvian Islands.

  • ±400 CE: Polynesians from Hawaii settled in Llamada.
  • ±300 CE: Polynesian people moved into the Harvian Islands. Local legends goes that these people originated from Samoa and Tuvalu, but these beliefs are disputed.
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Topics related to New Shetland
History: Timeline
Geography: List of most populated places - List of National Parks - List of islands
Government: Senate - New Shetland Legislative Hall - List of political parties (Liberal Democratic Party - Conservative Party of New Shetland - Green Party - Christian Values Coalition - New Shetland Socialists - Workers Party - Independent Party - Native Council)
Society: Alcohol - Demographics - Education - Health care - Native people (Aleut - Asalend - Chutean - Harvian - Krai) - Language
Economy: Transportation (List of UHF routes - List of roads) - New Shetland Dollar - List of largest companies - MSE