What Led to This Period 5 tanveerhmacphersoneliny

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  • Jan 1, 1215

    Magna Carta

    The Magna Carta limited the king's power.
  • Jan 1, 1400

    Native Americans

    1 Jan, 1400, many of the one and wo million Native Americans live in major cultural regions nort of Mexico like The Great Plains and the Southwest
  • African Slaves first bought to United States

    They were brought here to be sold and to serve people.
  • Thanksgiving

    The first thanksgiving was celebrated by both the Pilgrims and the Indians together in 1621.
  • First permanent English etablished colony

    The first English colony was called Jamestown. The London Company were the group of merchants that formed it.
  • Mayflower Compact

    The Mayflower Compact was signed during 1647. This important document was signed insure the promise of obedience and their submission to God to govern themselves in the New World
  • First guaranteeing Religous Liberty Law

    This law was passed in 1649 and was called The Act Concerning Religion.
  • Taking control of New Netherland

    The english took control of New Netherland and was renamed New York. In 1733, all 13 british colonies in North America was established fully.
  • Fears of Witchcraft

    The fears of witchcrafts started in Salem, Massachusetts on 1691.
  • Enslaved Africans were living in evry colony

  • First Great Awakening

    This movement was started when people lost their religious faith freedom.
  • King George III crowned

    http://www.royal.gov.uk/historyofthemonarchy/kingsandqueensoftheunitedkingdom/thehanoverians/georgeiii.aspx I learned that King George III reigned for the second longest period in history-almost 60 years.
  • Stamp Act

    The Prime Minister George Grenville propse this Stamp Act in 1765, It required that the colonists to buy a stamp for every piece of paper they used.
  • Quartering Act

    This act was passed in 1765,
    It was required for the colonial assemblies to provide British troops for shelter or quarters.
  • Townshend Acts

    This law was passed in 1770. It was required a duty, tax on certain goods the colonies imported from Britain.
  • First Continental Congress

  • Intolerable Acts

    The Parliament pass this law in 1774.
  • Paul Revere warned colonists the Brtitish were coming

  • Secong Continental Congress

  • Revolutionary War

    Revolutionary War I learned that George Washington was in charge of the Continental Army surrounding the British in Boston.
  • Common Sense published

    The author of the pamphlet was Thomas Paine.
  • Declaration of Independence

  • British surrender to American troops

    France had become America's ally during the war.
  • Treaty of Paris

    http://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=true&doc=6 I learned that the treaty is named after the city it was signed in. One effect of this treaty is that the United States was recognized as its own country.