Timeline Unit 3

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In History
  • First Pilgrims in Plymouth

    First Pilgrims in Plymouth
    Divine Providence: a new land promised to create a pious country of justice and freedom.
    A destination for the honor and glory of the Lord. And because their immigrants, despite being so, considered themselves faithful children of England, their beloved mother country, they called the territory where New England arrived, which for more than a century and a half was a faithful colony of Old England. Without knowing it, they had become the parent nucleus of a great nation for the civilized world.
  • Great Puritan migration to Massachusetts Bay

    The Puritans created a deeply religious, socially tight and politically innovative culture that is still present within the modern United States. They expected this new land to serve as a "redeeming nation." They fled England and, in America, tried to create "The City Upon a Hill": an intensely religious and completely just community designed to be an example for all of Europe.
  • Harvard founded

    Harvard founded
    The puritans founded Harvard in other to be a well educated society that could achive various things and think critically because that is what god wanted for them, or at least what they thought
  • Bacon's Rebellion

    Bacon's Rebellion
    In 1676 Nathaniel Bacon began a riot against the governor of Virginia, William Berkeley, because Bacon and many other Virginians wished to carry out a war against the Indians more vigorously than what Berkeley would allow. This mutiny was the spark that ignited the flame of the "Bacon Rebellion."
  • Glorious Revolution in England

    Glorious Revolution in England
    The revolution of 1688, also known as "Glorious Revolution", finally ended the system of absolute monarchy in England, inaugurating what would be the origin of the current democracy British parliamentarian