History of Boston By aneesam Sep 26, 1624 Samuel Maverick trading post at Noodle Island Maverick built his trading post on a hill that has fertile ground and many fresh water springs. Sep 26, 1626 William blackstone builds house William builds his house on a peninsular that people called the place of clear waters. Sep 26, 1630 John Winthrop comes to Boston Winthrop comes to boston to create "a city upon a hill". Sep 29, 1638 Anne Hutchison banished In this year Anne was expelled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Jun 1, 1660 Mary Dyer dies Mary got executed for sticking up for what she believed in. Sep 29, 1675 King Phillip's War The Wampanoag attacked a series of settlements and took the lives of dozens of colonial men. This war lasted from 1675 to 1676. Sep 26, 1688 Goodwife Glover executed Glover was executed in Boston for "witchcraft". Sep 26, 1692 Salem Witch Trials Salem Witch Trials , 19 men and women were convicted of witchcraft. Mar 22, 1765 The Stamp Act The Act was passed by the British Parliament on this day to raise money to pay for the British, but the Americans didn't like this they hated it. Aug 26, 1765 Lieutenant governor Thomas Hutchinson's home This was connected with the Stamp Act. The Americans were angry that they had to pay more taxes on different items. Sep 29, 1768 Arrival of the "Red Coats" This was when the "red Coats" also known as the British came to boston and attacked the Bostonians. Sep 29, 1770 Christopher Sieder In this year Christopher Sieder was murdered in Boston. Sep 29, 1770 The Boston Massacre This the attack of the British to the Bostonians . It was between te british and the patriots. Sep 29, 1773 Boston Tea Party Parliament passed the tea act which let the English east India a chance to avert bankruptcy and a chance to give the colonist a good tea price, Sep 29, 1775 Paul Revere's Ride Paul Revere's ride was for telling the patriots that the British were comming, Sep 29, 1775 Battle of Lexington and Concord The first shots were fired in Lexington, and the British General Thomas Gage had sent 700 soilders to destroy the weapons the colonists had in store. Sep 29, 1775 The Battle of Bunker Hill This Battle was between the British and the US Colonies, the british had a bigger force than the US. It was a war for independence. Sep 29, 1776 The British leaves Boston This year was when the British evacuated from Boston. The patriots had the British blocked off in Boston.