Chapter 2 Timeline

  • Petition of Rights

    Petition of Rights
    -The subject of Liberties setting out the document of rights to the prerogatives of the crown.
    -The king included public service of the Chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas.
  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    -The Boston Massacre was in the year 1770, five men where wounded into a rioting crowd. -The next five years the revolution gave Patriots many changes during the Boston Massacre.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
    -In 1773, the British East India Company Tea Party was the group members of the Sons of Liberty. -The Boston Tea Party kept order to the rights to tax the Townshend Revenue Act.
  • 1st Continental Congress

    1st Continental Congress
    -In 1774, the First Continental Congress convented the philadelphia's Carpenter's Hall.
    -The First Continental Congress support the Suffolk Resolves over the Galloway Plan.
  • 2nd Continental Congress

    2nd Continental Congress
    -In 1775, the Second Continental Congress convened in Philiadelphia's Independence Hall.-In 1781, the Second Continental Congress officially met as a congress of Conferation.
  • Declaration of Independence

    Declaration of Independence
    -In 1776, no one knows who wrote this when the document was rolled up for storage many year ago. -In the year 1989, only 26 known surviving Dumlap Broadsides.
  • Shay's Rebellion

    Shay's Rebellion
    -In 1780, the rural and relatively newly settled areas of central and western Massachusetts.-In the year of 1786, the Shay-sites quickly fell apart when a strong army organized by the state.
  • Philadelphia Convention

    Philadelphia Convention
  • New Jersey Plan

    New Jersey Plan
    -In 1787, the New Jersey delegates the Constitutional Convented proposed to the Virigian Plan. -The New Jersey Plan to protect power of small states by each vote in congress under the Articles of Confederation.
  • English Bill Of Rights

    English Bill Of Rights
    -In 1971, the English Bill of Rights means the first ten amendments long before the 27th amendment was ratified. -The Bill of Rights had certain inalienable although liberty limited for non-Protestants.