Colonial America (1607-1763)

  • Roanoke Island Established

    Roanoke Island Established
  • Jamestown

    Jamestown
  • Jamestown Continued

    Jamestown Continued
  • Jamestown Continued #2

    Jamestown Continued #2
  • Jamestown Continued #3

    Jamestown Continued #3
  • Period: to

    Colonial America

  • Salutary Neglect

    Salutary Neglect
  • Indentured Servants

    Indentured Servants
  • Indentured Servants Continued

    Indentured Servants Continued
  • Tobacco in the Colonies

    Tobacco in the Colonies
  • Tobacco in the Colonies Continued

    Tobacco in the Colonies Continued
  • Tobacco in the Colonies Continued #2

    Tobacco in the Colonies Continued #2
  • Headright System

    Headright System
  • Slavery in the Colonies

    Slavery in the Colonies
  • Slavery in the Colonies Continued

    Slavery in the Colonies Continued
  • Slavery in the Colonies Continued #2

    Slavery in the Colonies Continued #2
  • House of Burgesses

    House of Burgesses
  • Pilgrims/Separatists

    Pilgrims/Separatists
  • Puritan Work Ethic and Treatment of Children

    Puritan Work Ethic and Treatment of Children
  • Pilgrims/Separatists Continued

    Pilgrims/Separatists Continued
  • Pilgrims/Separatists Continued #2 and Puritans

    Pilgrims/Separatists Continued #2 and Puritans
  • Pilgrims/Separatists Continued #3 and Puritans

    Pilgrims/Separatists Continued #3 and Puritans
  • Puritan Life- Interesting Fact

    Puritan Life- Interesting Fact
    Interesting Fact: Nobody could be unsupervised and Puritans were pretty much always together. The Puritans were a very focused and hard-working people. Life was not very private for them- people then might have become suspicious if you were alone.
  • Mayflower Compact

    Mayflower Compact
  • The Mayflower Landed and Puritans Settled

    The Mayflower Landed and Puritans Settled
  • Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving
  • Peter Minuit Purchased Manhattan Island

    Peter Minuit Purchased Manhattan Island
  • 20,000 Immigrants Came to the New England Area

    20,000 Immigrants Came to the New England Area
  • Maryland Granted to I Lord Baltimore by Charles I, First Settled

    Maryland Granted to I Lord Baltimore by Charles I, First Settled
  • Maryland Continued

    Maryland Continued
  • Roger Williams Banished

    Roger Williams Banished
  • Roger Williams founds Providence and Rhode Island

    Roger Williams founds Providence and Rhode Island
  • Anne Hutchinson Banished To Westchester, New York

    Anne Hutchinson Banished To Westchester, New York
  • Maryland Toleration Act

    Maryland Toleration Act
  • Navigation Acts (3)

    Navigation Acts (3)
  • Navigation Acts (3) Continued

    Navigation Acts (3) Continued
  • Navigation Acts Continued #2

    Navigation Acts Continued #2
  • Halfway Covenant

    Halfway Covenant
  • King Philip's War

    King Philip's War
  • Bacon's Rebellion

    Bacon's Rebellion
  • Bacon's Rebellion Continued

    Bacon's Rebellion Continued
  • Bacon's Rebellion Continued #2

    Bacon's Rebellion Continued #2
  • The Holy Experiment

    The Holy Experiment
  • Dominion of New England

    Dominion of New England
  • The Enlightenment

    The Enlightenment
  • The Great Awakening

    The Great Awakening
  • The Great Awakening Continued

    The Great Awakening Continued
  • John Peter Zenger Trial

    John Peter Zenger Trial
  • John Peter Zenger Trial Continued

    John Peter Zenger Trial Continued
  • John Peter Zenger Trial Continued #2

    John Peter Zenger Trial Continued #2
  • George III's Reign

    George III's Reign
  • Stono's Rebellion

    Stono's Rebellion
    -From PBS:
    South Carolina, September 9, 1739: A band of slaves march down the road, carrying banners that proclaim "Liberty!". They shout out the same word. Led by an Angolan named Jemmy, the men and women continue to walk south, recruiting more slaves along the way. By the time they stop to rest for the night, their numbers will have approached one hundred.
    What exactly triggered the Stono Rebellion is not clear.
  • Stono's Rebellion Continued

    Stono's Rebellion Continued
  • Stono's Rebellion Continued #2

    Stono's Rebellion Continued #2
    -Whatever triggered the rebellion, early on the morning of the 9th, a Sunday, about twenty slaves gathered near the Stono River in St. Paul's Parish, less than twenty miles from Charlestown.
    -The slaves stopped in a large field late that afternoon, just before reaching the Edisto River. They had marched over ten miles and killed between twenty and twenty-five whites. -No longer would slaves be allowed to grow their own food, assemble in groups, earn their own money, or learn to read.
  • Stono's Rebellion Continued #3

    Stono's Rebellion Continued #3
    Here is the link for more information on Stono's Rebellion:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApecpIAWKYU
  • French and Indian War

    French and Indian War
  • French and Indian War Continued

    French and Indian War Continued
  • General Edward Braddock and George Washington

    General Edward Braddock and George Washington
  • Alexander Hamilton Born and Facts About His Life

    Alexander Hamilton Born and Facts About His Life
  • Unlimited Warfare

    Unlimited Warfare
  • English Defeated by French

    English Defeated by French
  • First Native American Reservation in America

    First Native American Reservation in America
  • French Fort Niagra Captured

    French Fort Niagra Captured
  • War Between Cherokee Indians and Southern Colonists

    War Between Cherokee Indians and Southern Colonists
  • Much of Boston Destroyed

    Much of Boston Destroyed
  • Québec Surrendered to the English

    Québec Surrendered to the English