Bacground 4

Road to Revolution Timeline by Anthany McKinney

  • First Virginia charter

    First Virginia charter
    (MONTH/DATE WILL NOT SHOW ON MOST OF THEM, BUT EVERY YEAR IS RIGHT)(from 1600 to 1775)(Month or Day may be my guess or the day I started that event)April 10, 1606 is when King James I of England issued the First Virginia Charter in 1606 which had created the Virginia Company authorizing 8 Englishmen to colonize the place kown today as Virginia. This is whats starts the road to revolution
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    Road to Revolution Timeline

    where I found most of my answers(Some of the days or months for each part of the timeline may not be right because some of the days or months aren't found or shown.)
  • Jamestown

    Jamestown
    On May 14, 1607 the first settlement or town was built in North America by foreign countries with the name of Jamestown which was named after King James I of England.
  • Sir Thomas

    Sir Thomas
    The rule of Sir Thomas Dale and Good Order in Virginia.
    Thomas Dale: Born: 1588 (exact date not found)
    Sir Thomas Dale Died: August 19, 1619 Machiliparnam, India
    1614 to 1616. Sir Thomas Dale was an English naval commander and a deputy/Governor for the Virginia Colony in 1611 and from 1614 to 1616.
  • John Rolfe

    John Rolfe
    (some of the dates are my guess)A man named John Rolfe had a plantation of tobacco established 30 miles on the James River.
  • confrontation between Elglish and Powhatan

    confrontation between Elglish and Powhatan
    On the Pamunkey River in Virginia a violent confrontation between hundereds of men from the English and Powhatan.
  • The Virginia Company

    The Virginia Company
    The Virginia Company of London had stoped monopoly on the land ownership in America and the Headright System was set up by the London company in 1618 which that gave as much as 50 acres of land to the colonists who had paid their own way to Virginia, or they paid the way for anyone else.
  • The First House of Burgesses

    The First House of Burgesses
    In Jamestown, Virginia the very first meeting of the House of Bugesses had been held on July 30, 1619.
  • Mayflower compact

    Mayflower compact
    This ship called The Mayflower had transported a total of 102 English Puritans and Separatists and the Pilgrim Fathers, came from nearby the Mayflower Steps in Plymouth, England, to Plymouth, Massachusetts with a very long journy that took 66 days. 1620 - The Pilgrims had establish their own government with the basis of which was the Mayflower Compact,when they sailed on their journey to the New World on the Mayflower which then the Plymouth Colony is established.
  • New settlement (New Netherland)

    New settlement (New Netherland)
    New Netherlands had been settled by the Dutch refered to Peter Stuyvesant and Peter Minuit which later became New York.
  • Virginia colony

    Virginia colony
    In 1624 Virginia had been made a royal colony
  • The Puritans come

    The Puritans come
    The Puritans had formed the Massachusetts Bay Company and many then had continued to settle in the region.
  • The Great Migration

    The Great Migration
    Of the spring of 1630, John Winthrop led 11 vessels and 700 passengers to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The Great Migration of thousands of English people to the North, Central, and South America which took place between 1620- 1640. Many of the people came as Indentured Servants
  • New settlement (Maryland)

    New settlement (Maryland)
    Maryland was settled - refer to Southern Colonies and Georgh Calvert known as Lord Baltimore
  • Connecticut and Rhode Island are here

    Connecticut and Rhode Island are here
    Connecticut was settled by colonists which was led by Thomas Hooker and Rhode Island was settled by Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson.
  • Delware been settled

    Delware been settled
    Delaware had been settled by Peter Minuit.
  • The Beaver Wars

     The Beaver Wars
    From 1640-1701 the Beaver Wars or known as the French and Iroquois Wars see Iroquois Confederacy.
  • The Toleration Act

    The Toleration Act
    For allowing all Christians religious freedom the Toleration Ast was passed in England.
  • The Peach Tree War

    The Peach Tree War
    A large scale attackl called the Peach Tree War by the Susquehannock Nation and allied Native Americans on New Netherland's settlements in New Amsterdam (later became New York).
  • connecticut is a single colony

    connecticut is a single colony
    Connecticut officially became a single colony by King Charles II.
  • NEW SETTLEMENT

    NEW SETTLEMENT
    In 1663 a settlemen had been named Carolina
  • New settlement

    New settlement
    New Jersey has been settled
  • Lords of Trade, Bacon's Rebellion, King Philip's War

    Lords of Trade, Bacon's Rebellion, King Philip's War
    The Lords of Trade are appointed in England to enforce a new mercantile system while trying to maximize potential profits for England. Also, from 1675-1676 A War broke out called Bacon's Rebellion was a war between Susquehannocks in Maryland and the Declaration of the People. Metcom's War. King Philip's(Metacom) War was beween the Native Americans and the English settlers. This was the Native's last chance to drive the English out. lasted 14 months and the English won over killing Metacom.
  • culpeper's Rebellion

    culpeper's Rebellion
    Culpeper's Rebellion of 1677: In 1677 rebellion against the colonial government in Carolina and the Navigation Acts led by John Cupeper. The rebellion had succeeded in disposing the governor and putting Culpeper in his position but was removed in 1679 .
  • New Hampshire is settled

    New Hampshire is settled
    A settlement had been established called New Hampshire.
  • Sir Edmund Andros appointedGovernor in Chief of New England

    Sir Edmund Andros appointedGovernor in Chief of New England
    King James II had appointed Sir Edmund Andros who causes dissensions with colonists as he did't have to answer to any elected assembly.
    French and Indian War Begins (1688-1763)
  • Leisler's Rebellion

    Leisler's Rebellion
    1691 in colonial New York
    Jacob Leisler was a German Immigrant that led the insurrection against local colonial officials from 1689 to 1691 in New York
  • Great Britain has been created for U.K.

    Great Britain has been created for U.K.
    The Union between England and Scotland was created to make 'United Kingdom of Great Britain' and the term British opposed to English is then the reference to the colonists in North America.
  • The Yamasee War

    The Yamasee War
    The Yamasee War is an Indian confederation that came close to wiping out white settlements in Southern Carolina.
  • Navigation Act(Molasses Act) of 1733

    Navigation Act(Molasses Act) of 1733
    The Mollasses act or Navigation act of 1733 only levied heavy taxes on sugar
  • King George's War

    King George's War
    King George's War was the 3rd of 4 battles of the Frech and Indian Wars.
  • Iron Act

    Iron Act
    Was Designed to restrict the manufacturing activities in colonies
  • Albany Congress

    Albany Congress
    Albany's Congress was to the French's way to side with the Irqouis
  • The Plantation Act of 1763 and End of French and Indian War

    The Plantation Act of 1763 and End of French and Indian War
    February 10, 1763: The Peace Treaty of Paris ends French and Indian War in North America. The British left with a massive war debt and the British looked for ways of putting new taxes in the colonies.
    1763: Introduction of a massive boundary to separate white settlements from Indian country.
  • Repeal of the Stamp Act

    Repeal of the Stamp Act
    The Repealing of the Stamp Act was approved by the House of Commons in Febuary of 1766.
  • Bostan Massacure and Repeal of Townshend Acts

    Bostan Massacure and Repeal of Townshend Acts
    5 civilians killed and few injured by attack of British Soldiers.
    April : Townshend Acts and Quartering Act Repealed!
  • Battle of Alamance

    Battle of Alamance
    On May 16, 1771 the Battle of Alamance was in protest taxation and corrupt local government.
  • Committee of Correspondence-The Gaspee Affair

    Committee of Correspondence-The Gaspee Affair
    (Picture= Committee of Correspondence)June 9: The HMS Gaspee runs aground THe HMS Gaspee runs around and is looted by colonist. In November a man named Samuel Adams organized the Committee of Correspondance in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Tea Act and Bostan Tea Party

    Tea Act and Bostan Tea Party
    Tea Act: A Law allowing the British of East India Company to sell its low priced tea straight to the colonies
    Dec. 16: Patriots of Massachusetts dressed as Mohawk Indians to protest against the British Tea Act.
  • Continental Association

    Continental Association
    The Continental association was created by the Continental Congress in 1774 and in response to the Coerive Acts (Intolerable Act).
  • The Recolutionary War

    The Recolutionary War