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By usaf11
  • Freedom Dues

    Exact date not possible, term was used throughout the 1600's. Cause- A term of service to a certain colonist in turn for their helping another to get to the American colonies.
    Effect- Allowed indentured servants who'd finished their term start a new life of their own.
  • John Calvin

    Exact date not available. Cause- Lacking religious faith and large religious persecution.
    Effect- Many religious conflicts that would come between colonies and races.
  • William Penn

    No date availble. Cause- religious persecution lead by the puritans in North American.
    Effect- Founded Pennsylvania, and fought for relidious toleration.
  • Journeyman

    Exact date not available. Cause- The wish of young men to become succesful craft and service men.
    Effect- Young men travelling across the east coast in order to get their service known in hopes of one day setting down shop as a crafts or serviceman.
  • Redemptioners

    Exact date not available. Cause- Families who could not afford to come to North America on their own financial status.
    Effect- Families being sold into service of other colonists and sometimes being split up from eachother.
  • Predestination

    Exact date not available. Cause- The idea that god had a premeditated idea of who he would save during the second coming. also known as calvanism.
    Effect- Religious tension between different factions, especially during the conflict between New and Old Lights.
  • Royal Charters

    Exact date not available. Cause- unsupervised colonization of the mid-Atlantic region of the new world.
    Effect- Set regulation for colonization of the virginia region by joint-stock companies
  • Jamestown

    Exact date not available Cause- A town created by the Virginia Company in honor of the king of England.
    Effect- Became the first permanent English colony in North America.
  • Tobbaco

    Exact date not available. Cause- Found on an expedition of the new world by Scientist named Thomas Harriot.
    Effect- Provided the Virginia colonists and later all of the colonists with a merchantable commodity.
  • Headright Grants

    Exact date not available. Cause- the large amount of hand labor that growing and harvesting tobacco required, Effect- All plantation owners had to transport their own laborers from England at their own cost.
  • Squanto

    Exact date not available. Cause- Being kidnapped by an English ship captain.
    Effect- Lead to him being an adviser to the Wampanoag indians and a guide to the English.
  • Mayflower Compact

    Exact date not available. Effect- Some suspition of the power that the pilgrims had over themselves.
    Cause- Lead to the first instance of self-government in North America, and lead to confidence in pilgrim power.
  • Massachusetts Bay Colony

    Exact date not available. Cause- The signing of the royal charters by King James I.
    Effect- The exlusive right for the Massachusetts Bay Colony to colonize the land between the merrimack river and the atlantic.
  • Great Migration

    Exact date not available. Cause- Puritan immigration to North America.
    Effect- Colonization of the 30 miles of land around Boston, and the 75 miles west of Boston to the Conneticut River Valley.
  • Oliver Cromwell

    Exact date not available. Cause- A civil war in England and the execution of King Charles.
    Effect- The release of religious tension on the puritans in England, and even the return of some puritans to England.
  • Navigation Acts

    Exact date not available. Cause- A large number of countries that participated in the colonial commerce system (ship and trade).
    Effect- The exclusion of the dutch from English trade.
  • King Phillip's War

    Exact date not available. Cause- The large amount of tension between the colonists of New England and the Native Indians of that area ( the Algonquians).
    Effect- The end of coordinated indian revolt and resistance of the Colonists by native americans.
  • Glorious Revolution

    Exact date not available. Cause- The imperious style practiced by King James II.
    Effect- The creation of a bill of rights and the transition of england into a constitutional monarchy.
  • Salem Witch Trials

    Exact date not available. Cause- A group of girls who claimed to have been bewitched by a group of old men and women.
    Effect- The death of 20 Salem colonists, and the exposure of the dark side of the puritan faith, specifically on the topic of women.
  • Wool act of 1699

    Exact date not available. Cause- a want by the English government to eliminate competition for certain products that could be made by colonists.
    Effect- Wool was illegal to produce by colonists of british relation.
  • Gold Coast

    Exact date not available. Cause- African slavery, and a need for trading posts at the source of the slave trade.
    Effect- Lead to more than two dozen trading posts along the african coast.
  • Impact of Slave Trade on Africa

    Exact date not possible. Cause- The trade of africans as slaves in North America and England.
    Effect- A collapsed economy due to a loss of millions of men and women.
  • Fall Line

    Exact date not available. Cause- Growing need to grow more and more tobacco in North America.
    Effect- Allowed the colonists to make profit. more than 1/4 of all of the value of all colonial exports.
  • Maroons

    Exact date not possible. Cause- the harsh conditions that slaves and indians indured.
    Effect- lead to the creation of the colony of Florida where slaves and indians were allowed to live free of slavery.
  • Mercantilism

    Exact date not possible. Cause- A want by european powers to ensure that the wealth produced by slavery would benefit their states.
    Effect- The economy would now essentially be controlled by the governing european state of any colony.
  • Commodity Money

    Exact date not available. Cause- a need for some unit to measure payment.
    Effect- led to use of foriegn coins pronounced dollars.
  • Quakers

    Exact date not possible. Cause- Puritan reign in North America.
    Effect- came to be banned from colonies by the puritans because of their continuous preaching of the quaker faith.
  • Enlightenment

    Exact date not available. Cause- The discoveries of 17th century scientists like Galileo and Copernicus.
    Effect- lead to many logical colonists to stray from their unwaivering faith in god and turned to the belief that the universe is controlled by natural lawes that could be understood.
  • Rationalism

    Exact date not available. Cause- A damaged religious foundation in North America and Britain.
    Effect- lead to the Great Awakening in North America.
  • Old Lights

    Exact date not available. Cause- Religious tension between different denominations and different religious factions alike.
    Effect- The splitting of congregations across the east coast. *old lights condemmed the idea of a direct relationship with god.
  • New Lights

    Exact date not available. Cause- Religious tension between different denominations and religious factions alike.
    Effect- Caused a splitting of congregations across the east coast. *new lights demanded a revival of calvanism or the idea that god has premeditated who he will save.
  • Immigration Policies

    Exact date not available. Cause- The beliefe that with a greater population there would be a larger foundation for growth.
    Effect- 150000 men and women who had relocated to the colonies due to the lackadasical immigration policies held by England.
  • Arminianism

    Exact date not available. Cause- The fear that the calvanist beliefe brought to puritan members.
    Effect- lead to conflict between different religious factions, especially during the struggle between New and Old Lights.
  • Virginia Slave Code

    Exact date not available. Cause- a increasingly scewed proportion of slaves to colonists in North America.
    Effect- Would become a model for other colonies to control their slaves.
  • Great Awakening

    Exact date not available. Cause- A rise in the amount of colonists who turned to enlightenment or rationalism.
    Effect- caused a wide spread revival of religious enthusiams throughout North America.
  • Hiving Off

    Exact date not available. Cause- The growing Anglican, Baptist, and Presbyterian populations in North America.
    Effect- the creation of new towns and churches by members who had broken off from their original congregation and town.
  • James Oglethorpe

    Exact date not available. Cause- Created colony of Georgia under an act of English parliament.
    Effect- Prohibited slavery in Georgia as an experiment, which failed, and lead Georgia into the slave trade.
  • Georgia

    Exact date not available. Cause- Created by an act of English parliament under the leader James Oglethorpe.
    Effect- Due to use of slaves by colonists, the colony became an extension of the Carolina low-country slave system.
  • Hat act of 1732

    Exact date not available. Cause- A want by the English to eliminate competition for some products that could be made by colonists.
    Effect- hats were no longer allowed to be made by the colonists of british decent.
  • Molasses act of 1733

    Exact date not available. Cause- The purchase and distribution of sugars bought in the west indies by colonists.
    Effect- lead to prohibition of sugars bought in the west indies, though, the laws were very lazily enforced.
  • Stono Rebellion

    Exact date not available. Cause- A series of violent revolts in South Carolina and Georgia by slaves who were sick of the conditions that they were forced to deal with.
    Effect- Gave a model for more slave rebellions to come and would eventually help lead to the shut down of the Charelston slave trade.
  • Log College

    Exact date not available. Cause- A leader of the Great Awakening named William Tennent created the college in order to train like-minded men in his faith.
    Effect- lead to conflict between revivalists and the old gaurd in the presbyterian faith. would be mimicked by old and new lights.
  • Iron act of 1750

    Exact date not available. Cause- A want of the english to eliminate any competition that the colonists may have presented by making iron.
    Effect- the colonists of british decent were no longer allowed to create iron.
  • "Country Born Slaves"

    Exact date not available. Cause- the slave trade starting around 30 years earlier.
    Effect- the majority of slaves would be country born during and after this period.
  • Junipero Serra

    Exact date not available. Cause- Rumors of Russian expansion along the northern pacific coast.
    Effect- He and Gaspar de Portola created the first missionary in what is now modern day california.
  • Blackhawk Down

    A mission to capture a somalian leader leads to the death of 18 soldiers and loss of two black hawk helicopters.
  • OJ simpson

    Oj simpson found innocent on claims of murdering his wife.
    he would later go through more trials which would also lead to innocence.
  • Unibomber

    Unibomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski pleads guilty to accusations and accepts a life sentence without the possibility of parole.
  • Columbine

    On April 20th, 1999, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold went on a massacre in Columbine highschool in littleton colorado killing 12 students and 1 teacher.
  • John Elway

    On September 13 1999, john elway was inducted into the football hall of fame in a ceremony at Mile High Stadium in Denver.
  • 9/11

    on september 11th 2001 coordinated attacks by Al-Qaeda lead to the distruction of the World Trade Center and the death of an estimated 3000 people.
  • Columbia space shuttle

    Space shuttle columbia disintegrates over Palestine, Texas losing all 7 of its crew members before nearly concluding its 28th mission.
  • Large Hadron Collider

    The large hadron collider was launched for the first time, despite the fear of it generating black holes. 9 days later it was shut down due to major breakdown in the construction.
  • Michael Jackson

    On june 25th the "king of pop" michael jackson died due to an overdose of a hospital seditive.
  • Les Paul

    On August 13th, the inventor of the electric guitar and multi-track recorder died of complications due to pneumonia.