Nothing says "Star Wars" like the Jedi. And the history of the Jedi Order certainly is an interesting one. It may not be as expansive or fleshed-out as the original Expanded Universe (now known as "Legends" in Disney vernacular), but the new canon timeline still has plenty of interesting tidbits of Jedi lore strewn throughout it.
You've got the rise of the Jedi Order more than 20,000 years before the original Star Wars film. You've got the fall of the Jedi Order at the hands of Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader in Revenge of the Sith. And you have the triumphant victory of the Jedi over the Sith at the end of The Rise of Skywalker. There are two sides to every coin, and though the Sith may have had a more bombastic win at the end of the prequel trilogy, we all know the light side always wins out.
Around 25,000 BBY: The Prime Jedi Form The Jedi Order On Ahch-ToPhoto: Abrams Books
Sometime Before 5,000 BBY: A Rogue Jedi Forms The Sith Order During The Hundred-Year DarknessPhoto: DK Publishing
5,000 BBY: The Jedi Establish Their Headquarters On CoruscantPhoto: Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith / 20th Century Fox
Sometime before 1032 BBY: The Jedi Engage In A Series Of Conflicts With MandalorePhoto: Star Wars: The Clone Wars / Cartoon Network
1,032 BBY: The Jedi-Sith War Ends After The Jedi Recover Coruscant From The SithPhoto: Del Rey
300–82 BBY: The Jedi Maintain Peace Across The Galaxy During The High Republic EraPhoto: Del Rey