New England colonies

  • Period: Jan 1, 1500 to

    New England colonies

  • Jan 1, 1541

    John White-a Man of Many Talents

    Did you ever wonder how we know so muchabout early English colonies in America? We have John White to to thank for some of our informashion. He was an artist, writer, colonist, sailor, and an explorer.
  • Roanoke Island, North Carolina

    There was a settelmet. But first a man named colonists was sent there by Walter Raleigh.
  • Roanoke Island, North Carolina

    There was a settelment here, but there is no one here. There is a tree that say's "C-R-O."
  • Carolinas

    Everyone needed to make mone, and North an South were good place to raise crops that can be be sold to make money. But you call the crops CASH CROPS.Those are crops that can be sol like tobacco, rice, indigo, turpentine ( oil that comes froms trees), olive oil, and silk.
  • massachusetts

    John Winthrop was the that found the colony and it became a state on February 6, 1788
  • Rhode Island

    A man was banned from Massachusets Bay Colony. The man's name was Roger Williams. He wanted to workship differently from Puritans. But the others wanted Roger W. to go back to England. Roger truged threw ice and snow to start a new colony. Soon Roger Williams started a new colony. In 1636, the land becam know as Rhode Island.
  • New Hampshire

    If you went to New Hamshire in the 1638, that would be the one of the best places! THe best place to biuld a house for your family.
  • New York

    New York was called Connecticut. But, Connecticut was tooken over by the English. The Duch didn't have enough strataty agaenst the English. But New York is now runed by the English.
  • Delaware

    The Delaware colony was linked to the Pennsylvania colony. The Dutch first setted the Delaware colony becuase it was a good place for Whaling. Later, Swedish settlers took it over. After a while the English took over the Delaware colony. Soon the Delaware colony becamea "lower country" then became a separate colony.
  • Connecticut ( aka New York )

    Tomas Hooker waas a puritan. Hooker made the Fundammental Orders. What it does is only let men vote, and ONLY men could vote.
  • New Jersey

    The people from Englend hoped that other people would come to New Jersey. So the people in New Jersey tried to make it atractive. One thing they did was write the Concession and Agreement in 1665.
  • Georgia

    A man named James Edward Oglethorpe setteled the Georgia colony. He named it after King George the 2nd and began it as a colony for poor people from England. The colony helped people not go to jail but yo had to live in the Georgia colony.
  • Pennsylvania

    King Charles owed William Penn's father money, so he gave the Pennsylvania colony to William penn. That means the king can get rid of the Quakers.
  • Maryland

    Sir Calvit, Lord of Baltimore, was a wealthy Englishman. He was actholic and wanted to escape the religious rules of th Englend church. So he began planning the colony of Marland. Sadly he died before King Charels the !st granted his reqeust, so Sir Calver'd son Cecil continued the plans for the new colony.
  • Virginia

    The story of John White at the lost colony of Roanoke. Well what about John White and the Virginia Comany starting Jamestown and meeting Pocahontas? Virginia has a long history of English Settelments, doesn't it? Many of them are cities today.
  • The French & Inidan War

    The French & Inidan War
    The war broke out inbetween the French and the British. They were fighting over land. The Briten wanted control over the land in the west.
  • taxes

    The taxes start after the war becuase the british lost most of the money. The british needed the money they had left for the forts, so the king started to tax the colonist.
  • the sugar act

    the sugar act
    THis act was a tax put on the sugar, but the colonist needed the sugar. That was a target for the king to tax.
  • stamp act

    The stamp act was made to tax the paper, inclueding stamps and news paper.
  • ten years...

    after the govrentment got rid of the tax after the stamp act, the taxes whent away for ten years.
  • Quartering Act

    Colonial assemblies required to pay for supplies to British garrisons. The New York assembly argued that it could not be forced to comply.
  • Declaratory Act

    Parliament finalises the repeal of the Stamp Act, but declares that it has the right to tax colonies
  • Townshend Revenue Act (Townshend Duties)

    Duties on tea, glass, lead, paper and paint to help pay for the administration of the colonies, named after Charles Townshend, the Chancellor of the Exchequer. John Dickinson publishes Letter from a Philadelphian Farmer in protest. Colonial assemblies condemn taxation without representation.
  • the Boston Massacre

    the  Boston Massacre
    the Boston Massacre was not as brutal as you think, only 5 people were killed.
  • bostin tea party

    the botin tea party was a tea tax, but not for long. the colonist dresses up as indians, and threw the tea into the harbor.
  • THe Treaty of Paris

    THe Treaty of Paris
    Congress ratified preliminary articles of peace ending the Revolutionary War with Great Britain on April 15, 1783. On September 3, 1783, the Treaty of Paris was signed, bringing the Revolutionary War to its final conclusion.
  • The coersive act

    The coersive act
    The Coercive Acts are names used to describe a series of laws relating to Britain's colonies in North America, and passed by the British Parliament in 1774. Four of the acts were issued in direct response to the Boston Tea Party of December 1773.
  • The Intolerable Act

    The Intolerable Act
    The Intolerable Acts were the American Patriots' term for a series of punitive laws passed by the British Parliament in 1774 after the Boston Tea party. They were meant to punish the Massachusetts colonists for their defiance in throwing a large tea shipment into Boston harbor.
  • Restraining Acts

    Restraining Acts
    The Restraining Acts were two Acts passed in 1775 by the Parliament of Great Britain in response to the unrest in Massachusetts and overall colonial boycott on British goods conducted by the Continental Congress early in the American Revolution.
  • declaration of independence

    declaration of independence
    the declaration of independence stoped the Revolutionary War.
  • thanksgiving?

    Should thanksgiving be a holiday?