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Political

Jamestown Founded

1607

The Chesapeake Colonies

1632

King Charles 1 subdivided the Virginia colony. Granted control of it to George Calvert(Lord Baltimore), as reward for service to crown.

Hartford founded by Thomas Hooker

1636

led by Boston puritans: unhappy with Mass. authority

Fundamental Orders of Connecticut

1639

First written constitution in american history

Rhode Island formed

1644

Roger Williams granted charter from the English parliament, joining Providence and Portsmouth into Rhode Island

New York

1664

King Philip's War

1675 - 1676

the chief of the Wampanoags named Metacom led raids and fought against colonists

Bacon's Rebellion

1676

Sir William Berkeley adopted policies that favored large plantation owners. Nathaniel Bacon, an impoverished farmer, led a rebellion. Bacon's army defeated the governor's forces and burned Jamestown settlement. Bacon dies and army collapses, governor suppresses any other rebellions

New Hampshire

1679

Charter of Liberties

1701

guaranteed freedom of worship for all and unrestricted immigration to Pennsylvania

Deleware

1702

New Jersey

1702

Georgia Founded

1733

French and Indian War

July 3, 1754 - 1763

Proclamation of 1763

1763

U.K. adds the Sugar Act, Quartering Act and Stamp Act to the colonies

Pontiacs Rebellion

1763

Native Americans fought against settler who were encroaching on their land

Townshen Acts

1767

Boston Tea Party

1773

Coercive Acts

1774

Mt Vernon, Virginia Convention

1785

Annapolis Convention

1786

Philadelphia Convention

1787

Ratification of the Constitution

September 7, 1787

New Hampshire Ratifies

June 1788

First Congress Elected Under Constitution

1789

Judiciary Act

1789

First Session of Gov.

March 1789

George Washington as President

April 30, 1789

North Carolina Ratifies

November 1789

Rhode Island Ratifies

May 1790

Bill of Rights

1791

Fletcher V. Peck

1810

Election of 1816: James Monroe

1816

Era of Good Feelings

1816 - 1819

Rush-Bagot Agreement(1817)

1817

Treaty o1 1818

1818

McCulloch V. Maryland

1819

Dartmouth College V. Woodward

1819

Monroe Doctrine

1823

American Antislavery Society

1833

Letter on the Condition of Women and the Equality of the Sexes

1837

Libery Party

1840

Seneca Falls Convention

1848

Eightenth Amendment

1919

Economic

Christopher Columbus in America

1492

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John Cabot Explored Newfoundland

1497

Navigation Acts

1650 - 1673

1/2 England Trade with America

1760

Henry Clay's American System

1816

Tarrif of 1816

1816

Panic of 1819

1819

Gibbons V. Ogden

1821

Religious

Roger Williams founds Providence

1636

Roger Williams believed that the individual's conscience was beyond the control of any civil or church authority. Providence recognized rights of Native Americans, gave religious toleration to Quakers, Jews, Catholics

Anne Hutchinson founds Portsmouth

1638

Antinomianism- idea that faith is necessary for salvation

Act of Toleration

1649

Catholics number outnumbered by Puritans. Act of Toleration is adopted granting religious freedom to all Christians

1st Great Awakening

1730 - 1740

"Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"

1741

Jonathan Edwards famous Great Awakening sermon

New York Revivals

1823

Church of Latter-Day Saints

1830

Baptists and Methodists larges protestand denoms.

1850

Social

Zenger Case

1735

Jury voted to dismiss charge when Zenger published an article criticizing New Yorks royal governor

Missouri Compromise

1820

American Colonization Society: community in Liberia

1822

American Temperance Society

1826

American Peace Society

1828

Nat Turner's Rebellion

1831

The Liberator

1831

Fourier Phalanxes and Shakers

1840

Washingtonians

1840

George Ripley: Brook Farm

1841

Oneida Community

1848

Walden

1854

Women's Christian Temperance Union

1870

Intellectual

Harvard Founded

1636

Cotton Gin

1793

"The American Scholar" at Harvard College

1837

Arts

World

Renaissance

1400 - 1500

In Europe- a time of high technology development

Protestan Reformation

1500