Colnial america

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    Salutary Neglect

    Salutary Neglect
    Salutary neglect was a policy by the British government from early 18th century With its north American colonies, Where every trade was taxed.
  • Roanoke

    In 1585 Ralph Lane founded Roanoke colony. Lane's colony was troubled with lack of food and water, five years later when a ship came in 1590 It was found out that the 121 colonist had disappeared under unknown circumstances.
  • Jamestown

    Jamestown was the first permanent English settlement. It was established on December 6, 1606, and the trip started on the Susan Constant, The Godspeed and the Discovery. In 1607 104 people arrived at north America and on May 13 they chose Jamestown, which was named after King James I.
  • Great Migration

    Great Migration
    The great migration is when King James I and Charles I Tried to reconcile the puritans that were alienated by the lack of change in the church of England, Puritans embraced Calvinism where instead of not wanting to share your religion they wanted too but the religious conflict increased when king Charles I was the king in 1625.
  • Mayflower

    The Mayflower compact originally titled Agreement Between the Settlers of New Plymouth, was the first document of the Plymouth colony, it was written by the sailors on the mayflower that includes Separatist Puritans, adventurers and tradesmen. Although the document said loyalty to the king the puritans were dissatisfied with the state of the church in England.
  • Massachusetts Bay Colony

    Massachusetts Bay Colony
    The Massachusetts bay colony formally known as the colony of Massachusetts bay, was an English settlement on the east coast. The Massachusetts colony's land was in south New England it also had to separate colonies about 15 miles apart by the Salem and Boston area, and north of the Plymouth colony.
  • Maryland

    The Maryland colony was an English colony then a British Colony, until 17776 when it joined the other 13 colonies in the rebellion against great Britan and became the us state Maryland. Its first city was Saint Mary’s city
  • Connecticut

    The colony of Connecticut or also known as the river colony, it is an English colony that was in new England. It was made March 3, 1636, it was also a Puritan congregation. Then they gained control of the region in 1637 after the struggles with the Dutch.
  • Rhode island

    Rhode island
    The colony of Rhode Island was one of the original 13 colonies on the east coast that borders Atlantic Ocean, it was an English colony until 1707 and was founded by Rodger Williams. Then it was a great Britan colony until the American revolution in 1776, then it became the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.
  • House of Burgesses

    House of Burgesses
    The House of Burgesses is elected as the representative part for the Virginia general assembly that met from 1643 to 1776. The elected body was the first in colonial America. The Burgesses met in a unicameral session with the governor and royally appointed governor's council.
  • Maryland Toleration Act

    Maryland Toleration Act
    The Maryland tolerance act also known as the Act concerning religion, the first law in America was religious tolerance for Christan's. And the law was passed on April 21, 1649, by the assembly of the Maryland colony in saint Mary's city.
  • Carolina

  • New york

    New york
    By 1664 the native Americans did not use the land for hunting or fishing anymore even though. Henry Hudson's arrival in 1606 forced local tribes' survivors to move north and west. In 1664 the English took position of New Netherlands from the Dutch, and the English renamed it New York, the ownership of New York was valuable because of its location and status.
  • Bacon's rebellion

    Bacon's rebellion
    Bacon's rebellion was fought from 1676 to 1677 because a dispute with the indians on the Potomac river. They chased the indians north and also attacked uninvolved Susquehannocks.
  • Pennsylvania

    The Province of Pennsylvania, also known as the Pennsylvania Colony, was an British colony created by William Penn, who got the land from a grant by King Charles II.
  • Salem witch trials

    Salem witch trials
    The Salem witch trials were a series of trials of hearings that accused woman of practicing witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts that started in February 1692 and Ended in May 1693 and more then 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft and more then 30 people died 19 of the people were executed by being hung (fourteen women and five men) as well as 2 dogs.
  • Great Awakening

    Great Awakening
    The great awaking was an religious revival in the British colonies and it happened during 1720 and 1740's and it was part of a religious ferment that happened in Europe.
  • French-Indian war

    French-Indian war
    The French and Indian war was a theater of the Seven Year’s war, which put the British colonies against the French colonies and each side being supported by various native American tribes, At the start of the war the French had roughly 60,000 colonist and the British had 2 million settlers The French depended in their native allies.
  • Albany plan

    Albany plan
    The Albany plan was to put British North American colonies under a more centralized government, on July 10, 1754, 7 of the north American colonies adapted the plan. Even though it was never enforced it was the first important purposal of having a colony under one government.
  • Proclamation of 1763

    Proclamation of 1763
    The proclamation of 1763 was a British produced border the crossed the applanation mountains on the eastern continental divide, on October 7, 1763, the proclamation prevented alamo Americans from settling on French acquired land that followed the French Indian war