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  • Jan 1, 1215

    Magna Carta signed

    The signing of this document changed the fact that the power of the ruler was limited, not even the king was above law.
  • Jan 1, 1400

    Native Americans Live in the Cultural Regions of Mexico

    Two of the major cultural regions north of Mexico that the Native Americans lived in are the Great Plain and the Easten Woodlands.
  • First Permanent English Colony established in America

    The name of this colony was Jamestown. The name of the group of merchants that formed Jamestown is called the London Company.
  • African slaves first brought to the United States, specifically in Jamestown, Virginia

    The African slaves were brought here so white people (settlers) didn't have to farm, or work.
  • Mayflower Compact Signed

    The purpose of the Mayflower Compact was to describe the way they (pilgirms) governed themselves in the New World.
  • First Thanksgiving celebrated by the Pilgrims and the Indians

    The Loc.Gov Wise GuideI learned from this website that there were actually multiple "First Thanksgivings", like when Spanish Explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado celebrated at the Pato Dur Canyon on May 1541. The Texas Society Daughters of the American Colonists remember this as the First Thanksgiving.
  • America's first law guarenteeing religious liberty passed

    This law was called The Art Concerning Religion.
  • English took control of the settlements in New Netherland

    This colony was renamed New York.
  • Fear of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts

  • Enslaved Africans living in colonies

  • First Great Awakening begin

    This movement started because it was spurred by a feeling that people lost religious faith.
  • 13 British colonies on North America established

  • King George crowned

  • Prime Minister George Grenville propose the Stamp Act

    This law required colonists to buy a stamp for every piece of paper they used.
  • Quartering Act passed

    This law required colonial assemblies to provide British troops with housing.
  • Townshend Acts passed

    This law required a tax on certain goods imported from colonies from Britain.
  • Parliament pass the Intolerable Acts

  • First Continental Congress

    First Continental Congress I learned from this website that the First Continental Congress composed of the colonies who showed that they were united together to make Great Britain understand that the colonies were suffering because of the unfair British government.
  • Paul Revere warning colonists of British arrival

  • Revolutionary War begins

    The American Revolution I learned from this website that the Americans, or Patriots, showed there bravery by holding the redcoats for more than 2 hours. This is couragous because the redcoats were a mass, organized army, but the Patriots were a small, untrained militia.
  • Common Sense published

    The author of this pamphlet was Thomas Paine.
  • Second Continental Congress

  • Delegates signed Declaration of Independence

  • British surrender to American troops

    France became an ally of America during the war.
  • Treaty of Paris signed

    One effect of this treaty was that Great Britain agreed to recongnize U.S. as an independent nation.