• Pilgrims

    Pilgrims left England.
  • Re-examination

    Europeans began to re-examine their world.
  • Fur Trade

    Fur trade was important to the economies of New Amsterdam.
  • The 105 colonists

    The first 105 colonist sent by the London company arrived in England.
  • Jamestown

    Colonist founded Jamestown
  • Pilgrims move to Netherlands

    Pilgrims moved to Netherlands.
  • John Smith

    John Smith took control of Jamestown and built a fort around it.
  • 60 still alive

    60 colonist were sill alive.
  • New Netherland

    Dutch founded New Netherland
  • First Africans in Virginia

    Dutch ship brought the first Africans to Virginia
  • Colonial legislature

    Virginians assembly was the first colonial legislature in North America.
  • Colony for Catholics

    George Calvert asked King Charles І for a charter to establish a colony in America for Catholics
  • The suffering economy

    England’s economy suffered.
  • Mayflower left England

    The Mayflower left England.
  • Mayflower Compact

    41 male passengers signed the Mayflower compact.
  • Samoset

    •Samoset walked into the colonist settlement.
  • Powhatan leader

    Colonist killed Powhatan leader. Starting battles bewteen then colony and the indians.
  • English crwon cancel

    English crown canceled the company’s charter
  • New Jamestown settlers

    New settlers arrived in Jamestown.
  • Plymouth Rock

    Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock.
  • Puritans in New England

    Charles granted a group of Puritans a charter to settle in New England
  • Puritans leave England

    A fleet of ships carrying Puritan colonist left England.
  • Charter issued to the son

    Charles issued a charter to Calvert’s son.
  • Colonists in Maryland

    A group of 200 English Catholics came to Maryland.
  • Thoms Hooker

    Thomas Hooker left Massachusetts to find Connecticut.
  • Fundamental Orders

    Hooker wrote Fundamental Orders of Connecticut.
  • Protestans in Maryland

    Protestants began moving to Maryland
  • General Court

    General Court became a two-house legislature.
  • schools issued

    General Courts of Massachusetts issued an order that a school be founded in every township of 50 families.
  • Long Slavery

    Africans in Virginia were being kept in long slavery.
  • colonist protesting taxes

    Poor colonist protested the higher taxes.
  • Navigation Act

    Navigation Act was put into affect.
  • Land between Virginia and Forida

    Charles II gave much of the land between Virginia and Spanish Florida.
  • English Conquest

    English Conquest began.
  • New-new Amsterdam

    English captured the undefended colony of New Amsterdam.
  • New England vs Wampanoag

    Tension arose between New England and Wampanoag.
  • King Philip

    King Philip’s war erupted.
  • Indentured servents vs indians

    group of former indentured servants attacked some friendly Indians.
  • Conony of west New jersey

    King Charles II granted charter to William Penn to begin a colony west of New Jersey.
  • Penn owns south of Pennslyvania

    Duke Of York sold Penn a region to the south of Pennsylvania.
  • James II

    James II became king of England.
  • United colonies

    James II united the northern colonies under one government.
  • English BoR

    King James passed the English Bill of Rights.
  • Witch Trials

    Community conflicts in New England involved witchcraft trials.
  • Mercantilism

    England practiced mercantilism.
  • Massachusetts bay

    Massachusetts bay colony had expanded to include the Pilgrims Plymouth Rock.
  • Virgina established

    William and Mary established Virginia.
  • Trade restricions

    Trade restrictions continued.
  • Enlighten movement

    Enlighten movement was put into affect.
  • Enslaved Africans

    Enslaved Africans became the main source of labor.
  • Merchants

    English merchants were trading around the world.
  • Revolutions of religion and non religion

    Revolutions in both religious and non religious thought transformed western world.
  • North and South Carolinas

    Carolina split into North and South Carolina
  • Proprietary overthrown

    Proprietary government was overthrown.
  • Crown owns North and south America

    Crown purchased North and South America.
  • 20,00 slaves

    20,000 enslaved Africans were living in South Carolina
  • Revivals

    Ministers began holding revivals
  • Charter to Oglethorpe

    King George II granted a charter to Oglethorpe.
  • Molasses Act

    Molasses Act put into affect.
  • The City of Savannah

    Oglethorpe founded the city of Savannah
  • John Peter Zenger

    Officials arrested John Peter Zenger for printing false statements.
  • The struggle for control

    France and Great Britain struggled for control of territory in North America.
  • Georgia is a royal colony

    British government made Georgia a royal colony.
  • British Military- fighting erupted

    Fighting erupted with the British military.
  • The defeat of washington

    Washington was defeated.
  • the begining of the seven year war

    Fighting began in Europe, leading up to the Seven Year’s War.
  • Turning point

    Turning point in the war.
  • Philly becomes a big colonial city

    Philadelphia became largest British colonial city.
  • Brittish Florida

    Britain received Florida.
  • Treaty of Paris

    Britain and France signed the Treaty of Paris.
  • Proclamation of 1763

    Proclamation of 1763 issued.
  • Pontiac's Rebillion

    Pontiac’s Rebellion began.
  • The Sugar Act

    • Parliament passed the Sugar Act, which set duties on molasses and sugar imported to colonist
  • Adam and Otis

    Samuel Adams agreed with Otis.
  • first boycott in New York

    First colonial boycott started in New York.
  • Stamp Act

    Stamp Act issued.
  • Resolutions to Virginia

    Patrick Henry presented a series of resolutions to Virginia House Of Burgesses.
  • The 9 delegates meet

    • Delegates from nine colonies met in New York
  • The Stamp Act replacement

    Parliament replaced the Stamp Act.
  • Townshed Act

    Townshed Act passed.
  • Samuel Adam's letter

    Samuel Adams wrote a letter arguing that the law violated the legal rights of citizens.
  • The Brittish in Boston

    British soldiers arrived in Boston.
  • Reading and Writing

    70% of men and 45% of woman could read and right.
  • The Boston Massacre

    Tension Exploded.
  • Tea Act

    Tea Act passed by Parliament
  • Boston Tea Party

    Ships loaded with tea entered Boston Harbor.
  • Coercive Act

    Coercive Act Passed.
  • Delaware is still part of Pennsylvania.

    Delaware remained part of Pennsylvania until 1776.