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1601 by the Grace and Power of our Precious Tender Holy Spirit  Sir Walter Raleigh is imprisoned in the Tower of London for a plot against King James I.
1602 – Captain Bartholomew Gosnold is the first Englishman to land on the New England coast.
1603 – Roger Williams, the future founder of Rhode Island, is born.
1606-Virginia Company of London is granted a Royal Charter to settle in the New World.
1607-Jamestown is founded under the patent of the London Company.  Captain John Smith meets Pocahontas.
1608 – Captain John Smith writes A True Relation of Such Occurences and Accidents of Noate(sic) as Hath Hapned(sic) in Virginia Since the First Planting of That Collony(sic).
1609-Henry Hudson explores the Delaware Bay and Hudson River.
1610 – Thomas West, Lord Delaware, is made Governor or
Magistrate of Virginia. Henry Hudson discovers Hudson Bay.
1611 – Henry Hudson dies.
1612 – Captain John Smith writes A Map of Virginia.
The Dutch use Manhattan as a fur trading center.
Tobacco planted for the first time by English colonists in Virginia
1613 – English Colonists in Virginia destroy the French settlements at Port Royal, Nova Scotia.1614 – Sir Walter Raleigh writes The History of the World.
Pocahontas marries John Rolfe.

Theocracy of the Government of the United States of America Photo Library (AP) The Queen of France
Theocracy of the Government of the United States of America Photo Library (AP) The Queen of France Her Royal Highness Son Altesse Royale Charlotte Marie Pomeline Casiraghi Grimaldi Reineer – also know as Queen Rainer or Queen Wren (Ren) a Gucci Equestrian Event portrays Pocahontas the first Native American Women to be presented at Court in England and Granted Noble Status, Lands Deeds and Titles.

1616 – Sir Walter Raleigh released from the Tower of London.
John Rolfe and Pocahontas travel to England. William Baffin discovers Baffin Bay while searching for a Northwest passage.

Captain John Smith writes A Description of New England.
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1617 – Sir Walter Raleigh sets sail for Guiana. Having been exposed to the Food and the Bacteria’s of European Cultures –
Pocahontas dies.

1618 – Sir Walter Raleigh returns to England and is executed.

1619 – The first representative colonial assembly, the House of Burgesses, was formed in Virginia.
First slaves in North America.

1620 – Mayflower Compact was signed.
Plymouth Colony founded in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
John Carver was named the first governor of Plymouth Colony.

1621 – Sir Francis Wyatt becomes the new governor of Virginia.
English attempt to colonize Newfoundland and Nova Scotia.
John Carver dies.
The Dutch West Indies Company is chartered.

1622  – William Bradford became the governor of Plymouth Colony.

1623 – New Netherlands is organized in America.
First English settlement in New Hampshire is founded by David Thomas.

1624 – Virginia Company’s charter is revoked. Virginia becomes a Crown Colony. Sir Francis Wyatt remains Majestrate of Virginia.
George Fox is born who will become the founder of the Society of Friends (Quakers). Captain John Smith writes A General History  of Virginia, the Summer Isles and New England.
The Dutch settle in New Amsterdam.

1625 – King James I dies His Anglican Bible Continues.  King James is succeeded by Charles I.

  1. Source: Schlesinger, Jr., Arthur M., ed. “The Almanac of American History.” Barnes & Nobles Books: Greenwich, CT, 1993.
  2. American History
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1626 – Peter Minuit arrives in New Netherland and later buys Manhattan from the Native Americans for items worth approximately $24. He then names the island New Amsterdam.

1627 – Plymouth Colony and New Amsterdam begin trading.
A shipload of approximately 1500 kidnapped children is sent from England to the Virginia colony to increase the number of settlers in the colony.

1628 – A group of settlers led by John Endecott settle at Salem. This begins the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

1629 The Massachusetts Bay Colony is given a royal charter.
The Dutch West India Company begins to give land grants to patroons who will bring at least 50 settlers to the colonies.
John Winthrop is elected the governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

King Charles I grants Sir Robert Heath a territory in North America that is to be called Carolina.

1630 – John Winthrop leads over 900 colonists to settle in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. John Winthrop also begins writing the History of New England Boston is officially established.

William Bradford, Governor of Plymouth colony, begins writing History of Plymouth Plantation.

1631 – Despite the Massachusetts Bay Colony charter, it is decided that only church members are allowed to become freemen who are allowed to vote for colony officials. Sir Ferdinando Gorges is given a land grant and begins to settle which will eventually become Maine.

1632 – In the Massachusetts Bay Colony issues such as no taxation without representation and representative government are beginning to be addressed.

King Charles I grants Lord Baltimore a royal charter to found the Maryland Colony. Since Baltimore is Roman Catholic, the right to religious freedom is granted to Maryland.

1633 – The first town government is organized in the city of Dorchester within the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
The first school in America is founded in New Amsterdam.

1634 – The first settlers for the new Maryland colony arrive in North America.

1635 – Confrontations occur between Virginia and Maryland based on boundary disputes between the two colonies. The charter for the Massachusetts Bay Company is revoked. The colony refuses to yield to this, however. Roger Williams is ordered banished from Massachusetts after critizing the colony and promoting the idea of separation of church and state.

1636 – The Twonship Act is passed in the Massachusetts Bay general court giving towns the ability to govern themselves to some extent.
Thomas Hooker arrive in Hartford Connecticut and founds the first church of the territory. Roger Williams founds the present-day city of Providence, Rhode Island.

Open warfare begins with Pequot Indians after the death of New England trader John Oldham.

Harvard University is founded.

1637 – After numerous encounters, the Pequot Indians are massacred by a force of Connecticut, Massachusetts Bay, and Plymouth colonists. The tribe is virtually eliminated.
Anne Hutchinson is banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

1638 – Anne Hutchinson leaves for Rhode Island and founds Portsmouth with William Coddington. Peter Minuit dies in a shipwreck.

1639 – The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut are enacted.
Sir Ferdinando Gorges is named the governor of Maine by royal charter.

New Hampshire Colony settlers sign the Exeter Compact.

1640 – Dutch colonists settle in the Delaware River area.

1641 – Massachusetts Bay Colony takes over the jurisdiction of New Hampshire.

1642 – New Netherland fights against the Hudson River Valley Indians who have been making raids against the colony. Both sides will later sign a truce that will last a year.

1643 – The New England Confederation, also known as the United Colonies of New England, a confederation of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Plymouth, and New Hampshire, is formed.
Anne Hutchinson is murdered by Indians on Long Island.

1644 – Roger Williams is granted a royal charter for Rhode Island.

1645 – The Dutch and the Hudson River Valley Indians conclude peace after four years of warfare. The New England Confederation sign a peace treaty with the Naragansett Indians.

1646 – Massachusetts becomes increasingly intolerant as they pass a law making heresy punishable by death.

1647 – Peter Stuyvesant assumes the leadership of New Netherland.
Rhode Island General Assembly drafts a constitution allowing for separation of church and state.

1648 – The Dutch and the Swedes compete for the land around present-day Philadelphia on the Schuylkill River. They each build forts and the Swedes burn down the Dutch fort twice.

1649 – King Charles I of the House of Stuart is excommunicated in England. Virginia sides with the house of Stuart.
Toleration Act is passed in Maryland allowing for religious freedom.
Maine also passes legislation allowing for religious freedom.

1650 – Maryland is allowed to have a bicameral legislature by order of Lord Baltimore. Virginia is blockaded by England after declaring allegiance to the House of Stuart.

  1. Source: Schlesinger, Jr., Arthur M., ed. “The Almanac of American History.” Barnes & Nobles Books: Greenwich, CT, 1993.
  2. American History

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1651 – England passes the Navigation Act that forbid goods to be imported from the colonies to England in non-English ships or from locations other than where they were produced. This action causes supply shortages hurting colonies and eventually leads to the Anglo-Dutch War which lasts from 1652-1654.

1652 New Amsterdam is given permission to form its own city government. Rhode Island passes the first law in America which prohibits slavery.

1653 – Massachusetts Bay does not support the New England Confederation in declaring war against the Dutch colonists.

1654 – The first Jewish immigrants arrive in America when they settle in New Amsterdam.

The new governor of Maryland, William Fuller, does away with the Toleration Act which gave Catholics the right to practice their religion and removes Lord Baltimore from authority.

1655 – A civil war between Catholic and Puritan factions after the revocation of the Toleration Act in 1654 results in a Puritan victory.
The Dutch, after years of conflict with New Sweden, are able to defeat the Swedes and end royal rule by Sweden in America.

1656 – Lord Baltimore is returned to power in Maryland and Josias Fendell is named its governor.

Quakers who arrive in Massachusetts Bay are treated horribly and banished which is supported by the New England federation. Later in the year, Connecticut and Massachusetts pass laws to allow for the banishment of Quakers.

1657 – Quakers who arrive in New Amsterdam are punished and then banished to Rhode Island by Governor Peter Stuyvesant.

1658 – Massachusetts colony passes laws that do not allow for religious freedom of Quakers including the holding of their meetings.

1659 – Two Quakers are punished by hanging when they return to Massachusetts Bay after being banished.

1660 – Lord Baltimore is removed from power by the Maryland assembly. The Navigation Act of 1660 is passed requiring only English ships with a three-quarters English crew be allowed to be used for trade. Certain goods including sugar and tobacco could only be shipped to England or English colonies.

1661 – The English crown, in protest to the rules against Quakers, orders them released and returned to England. They are later forced to stop the harsh penalties against Quakers.

The first bible to be printed in America was published in the Algonquin language.

1662 Connecticut is given a royal charter.
The Massachusetts Bay Colony’s charter was accepted by England as long as they extended the vote to all landowners and allows for freedom of worship for Anglicans.

1663 – The Carolina colony is created by King Charles II and has numerous proprietors. Rhode Island is given a royal charter.
All imports to the American colonies are required to come from England on English vessels with the second Navigation Act.

1664 –  The Hudson River valley Indians surrender part of their territory to the Dutch.

The Duke of York is given a charter to control lands that include the Dutch area of New Netherland. By the end of the year a naval blockade by the English of the area causes Governor Peter Stuyvesant to surrender New Netherland to the English. New Amsterdam is renamed New York.

The Duke of York grants land called New Jersey to Sir George Carteret and John, Lord Berkeley.

Maryland and later New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia pass laws that do not allow for the freeing of black slaves.

1665 New Haven is annexed by Connecticut. The King’s Commissioner’s arrive in New England to oversee what is occurring in the colonies. They demand that colonies must comply by swearing allegiance to the King and allowing for the freedom of religion. Plymouth, Connecticut, and Rhode Island comply. Massachusetts does not comply and when representatives are called to London to answer to the King, they refuse to go. The territory of Carolina is extended to include Florida.

1666 Maryland prohibits the growing of tobacco for a year due to a glut of tobacco on the market.

1667 – The Peace of Breda officially ends the Anglo-Dutch War and gives England formal control over New Netherland.

1668 – Massachusetts annexes Maine.

1669 – The Fundamental Constitutions are issued in Carolina which provides for religious tolerance.

1670 – Charles Town (present-day Charleston) is established by Joseph West. The Treaty of Madrid is completed between England and Spain. Both parties agree that they will respect each other’s rights in America.
The Virginia Assembly only allows landowners the right to vote.

1671 – Plymouth forces King Philip (Metacomet), chief of the Wampanoag Indians, to surrender his weapons. French explorers claim the interior of North America for King Louis XIV.

1672 – First copyright law is passed in the colonies by Massachusetts. The Royal Africa Company is given a monopoly for the English slave trade.

1673 – Virginia is granted by the English crown to Lord Arlington and Lord Culpepper. French explorers Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet travel down the Mississippi River exploring down to the Arkansas River.

The Dutch launch a naval attack against Manhattan to try and win back New Netherland during the third Anglo-Dutch War. Manhattan is surrendered. They capture other towns and rename New York to New Orange.

1674 – The Treaty of Westminster ends the third Anglo-Dutch War with the American Dutch colonies reverting back to England.
Father Jacques Marquette establishes a mission at present-day Chicago.

1675 – Quaker William Penn is granted rights to portions of New Jersey.

King Philip’s War begins with retaliations for the execution of three Wampanoag Indians. Boston and Plymouth unite to fight against the Indians. Nipmuck Indians unite with the Wampanoags to attack settlements in Massachusetts. The New England Confederation then reacts by officially declaring war on King Philip and raising an army. The Wampanoags are able to defeat settlers near Deerfield on September 18th and Deerfield is abandoned.

  1. Source: Schlesinger, Jr., Arthur M., ed. “The Almanac of American History.” Barnes & Nobles Books: Greenwich, CT, 1993.
  2. American History

1675 King Philip’s War begins when King Philips leads the Wampanoag Indians against Swansea.

The New England Confederation declares war on King Philip and each colony is required to provide men for a combined force.
King Philip achieves a decisive victory at Bloody Brook on September 18.

1676 In March, the Indians attack Plymouth, Massachusetts and Providence, Rhode Island.

Nathaniel Bacon is declared a traitor and is arrested. He is later pardoned for this when he admits his guilt.

In June, the colonists with the Mohegan Indians defeat King Philip’s men at Hadley.

Nathaniel Bacon writes the “Declaration of the People of Virginia.”
In June, Nathaniel Bacon assembles a group of 500 men leading them to Jamestown in what comes to be known as Bacon’s Rebellion.

Virginia planters agree to support Nathaniel Bacon.
King Philip’s War ends on August 22 when the Indians surrender.
Bacon burns at the stake at Jamestown on September 19.

On October, 18, Nathaniel Bacon dies. The rebel army surrenders when promised amnesty.

1677 Virginia Governor Berkeley executes 23 of the rebels from Bacon’s Rebellion in direct defiance of the crown. He is later replaced by Colonel Jeffreys as the head of Virginia.
Increase Mather writes “The Troubles That Have Happened in New England.”

1678 King Philip’s War is formally brought to an end.
The French (Rene Robert Cavalier, Sieur de la Salle, and Father Louis Hennepin) find Niagara Falls while exploring Canada.

1680 New Hampshire is separated from Massachusetts by royal decree.

1681 William Penn receives a royal charter to set up Pennsylvania.

1682 Frenchman Sieur de la Salle claims the land at the mouth of the Mississippi for France and calls it Louisiana.
William Penn writes “Frame for Government” that provides for a precursor of a bicameral government.

1684 The charter for Massachusetts Bay Colony is revoked.

1685 The Duke of York becomes King James II and makes New York a royal province.

William Penn is given jurisdiction over Delaware.
The number of French Huguenot settlers in America increases after King Louis XIV revokes the Edict of Nantes that protected their religious freedom.  Origens: The Huguenots were French Protestants most of whom eventually came to follow the teachings of John Calvin, and who, due to religious persecution, were forced to flee France to other countries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Increase Mather is named President of Harvard College.

1686 King James II creates the Dominion of New England and names Sir Edmund Andros as governor general.

1687 William Penn publishes “The Excellent Privilege of Liberty and Property”.

1688 Governor Edmund Andros places the militia of New England under his direct control.

The earliest known antislavery tract is released in the colonies by the Quakers at Germantown, Pennsylvania.

The Glorious Revolution occurs in which King James II (Catholic) flees to France and is replaced by William and Mary of Orange (Protestant).

1689 William and Mary of Orange are officially named King and Queen of England.

Governor Andros surrenders to colonial rebels and is put in jail.
New England colonies begin reinstituting their own governments after Governor Majistrate  Andros is removed from power.

The Toleration Acts are passed by Parliament which gives limited Freedom of Religion to citizens.
A Bill of Rights is passed by Parliament as a statue.

1690 King William’s War begins when the combined forces of the French and the Indians attack towns in New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts.

1691 William Penn makes Delaware a seperate government from Pennsylvania.

Maryland is declared a Royal province removing Lord Baltimore from political power.

The Original Plymouth Rock Colony (Colonia) becomes part of Massachusetts. (A Colony is a group of people or a legal settling that is defined by real estate and people living together or separate on or away from the original squatted, conquered and or legally established territory or colony. JC Angelcraft ) 

1692 William III takes the throne. Pennsylvania is named a royal colony. Salem Witchcraft trials occur. 20 persons are executed before the trials end. Witches Burned at the Stake by a religious society of men who accused them of having sex with Lucifer Satan the Devil who does not exist.

See The Book of Revalations – Michael the Archangel took care of Lucifer in the war in Heaven before the begining of time.  It looks like a repeat and a rephrase of the great war in heaven before the one third of the angels were cast out then Lucifer was destroyed.

According to Jewish Lore Lucifer was destroyed in the Jewish Apocrypha before time stopped and continued again at Cross of Jesus Christ.

This is why we state history in terms of before B.C. and after the death and ressurection of Jesus Christ A.D.

1693 – College of William and Mary is founded in Williamsburg, Virginia. – North Carolina is designated.

1694 Colonists sign a peace treaty with the Iroquois to keep them from allying with the French in the future. Pennsylvania is once again named a Proprietary Colony.

1696 Navigation Acts of 1696 are passed by Parliament that limit all colonial trade to English-built vessels among other things.

1697 The Treaty of Ryswick ends King William’s War and restores all colonial possessions to pre-war ownership.

1699 Pirate Captain Kidd is captured and sent to England where he will be executed in 1701.
Wool Act is passed by Parliament to protect the British wool industry. It forbids the export of wool from the American colonies.

1700 Massachusetts requires all Roman Catholic priests to leave the colony within three months or be arrested.

Boston is the largest city in the American colonies and the overall population of the colonies numbers around 275,000.

  1. Source: Schlesinger, Jr., Arthur M., ed. “The Almanac of American History.” Barnes & Nobles Books: Greenwich, CT, 1993.
  2. American History
  3. “The fate of Catholics at the hands of a triumphant Parliament in England suggests that the Protestants in France would have been no better off under more popular institutions,” observed R.R. Palmer, A History of the Modern World, rev. ed. 1956:164.
  4. In 1898 the tricentennial celebrated the Edict as the foundation of the coming Age of Toleration; the 1998 anniversary, by contrast, was commemorated with a book of essays under the evocatively ambivalent title, Coexister dans l’intolérance (Michel Grandjean and Bernard Roussel, editors, Geneva, 1998).
  5. Spielvogel, Western Civilization — Volume II: Since 1500 (5th Edition, 2003) p.410
  6. Charles H. O’Brien, “The Jansenist Campaign for Toleration of Protestants in Late Eighteenth-Century France: Sacred or Secular?” Journal of the History of Ideas, 1985:523ff.
  7. Encyclopedia of the Age of Political Ideals, Edict of Versailles (1787), downloaded 29 January 2012
  8. “Allocution de M. François Mitterrand, Président de la République, aux cérémonies du tricentenaire de la Révocation de l’Edit de Nantes, sur la tolérance en matière politique et religieuse et l’histoire du protestantisme en France, Paris, Palais de l’UNESCO, vendredi 11 octobre 1985. –”. 1985-10-11. Retrieved 2016-04-04.
  9. Chapter 12 Verse 7-9  The Book of Revalations -wriiten by John exiled on the Island of Patmos – Bible Gateway and There was War in Heaven – Retreived from Bible Gateway on August 12th  2016 –
  10. Jewish Apocrypha The Woman and the Dragon Book – Historical Time of Ezekial Bel and the Dragon is the third of the three Apocryphal additions to Daniel, The … connection with the Hebrew canonical Book of Daniel; in the Greek and Latin texts …. story is a god and not as Tiamat, a kind of devil, and a male, not a female. … not as R. H. Charles (Enc Brit, VII, 807) erroneously says in The Book of Tobit
  11. The Book of Tobit
Though they make look and act like Demons never fear the workers of iniquity
Though they make look and act like Demons never fear the workers of iniquity


1701 – Fort Pontchartrain is built by the French at Detroit.

Yale (Beer) College (Today renamed YHWH University)  is founded. It will not become a university until 1887. Learn more: Nine Universities from Colonial America.

William Penn gives Pennsylvania its first constitution, called the Charter of Privileges.

1702 –  New Jersey is formed when East and West Jersey are united under the authority of the New York governor.

Queen Anne’s War (The War of Spanish Succession) begins. Later in the year, the Spanish settlement at St. Augustine falls to Carolina forces.

Timeline – Cotton Mather publishes The Ecclesiastical History of New England,  1620-1698.

1703 – Connecticut and Rhode Island agree upon a common boundary line.

1704 – During Queen Anne’s War, French and Abenaki Indians destroy Deerfield Massachusetts. Later in the year, New England colonists destroy two important supply villages in Acadia (present day Nova Scotia).

The first regular newspaper, the Boston News-Letter was published.
The first Delaware assembly meets.

1705 – The Virginia Black Code of 1705 is passed. This restricts the travel of slaves and names them officially as ‘real estate’.

1706 – Benjamin Franklin is born to Josiah Franklin and Abiah Folger,
French and Spanish soldiers unsuccessfully attack Charlestown, South Carolina during Queen Anne’s War.

1707 – The United Kingdom of Great Britain is founded when the Act of the Union combines England, Scotland, and Wales.

1708 – The English settlement at Newfoundland is captured by French and Indian forces.

1709 – Massachusetts is becoming more willing to accept other religions as evidenced by the Quakers being allowed to establish a meeting house in Boston.

1710 – The English capture Port Royal (Nova Scotia) and rename the settlement Annapolis.
1711 – The Tuscarora Indian War begins when North Carolina settlers are killed by the Indians.

1712 – Carolina is officially separated into North and South Carolina, each with its own governor.
Pennsylvania bans the import of slaves into the colony.

1713 – When South Carolinian forces capture Fort Nohucke of the Tuscarora Indians, the remaining Indians flee north and join the Iroquois Nation

The Treaty of Utrecht ends Queen Anne’s War. Acadia, Hudson Bay, and Newfoundland are given to the English.

1714 – King George I becomes the King of England. He would reign until 1727.

Tea is introduced to the American colonies.

1715 – Maryland is given back to Charles, the fourth Lord Baltimore after a long period of royal rule.

1716 – Black slaves arrive for the first time in the French colony of Louisiana.

1717 – Scots-Irish immigration begins in earnest due to higher rent rates in the Great Britain.

1718 – New Orleans is founded.
The Spanish found the city of San Antonio in the Texas territory.

1719 – Spanish settlers surrender Pensacola, Florida to French forces.

1720 – The three largest cities in the colonies are Boston, Philadelphia, and New York City.

1721 – South Carolina is named a royal colony.
When Sir Robert Walpole becomes the English Chancellor of the Exchequer, a period of “benign neglect” begins that will have huge ramifications in the years leading up to the American Revolution.

1722 – The Alamo is erected as a mission in San Antonio.

1723 – Maryland requires the establishment of public schools in all counties.

1724 – The first permanent settlement in Vermont is established at present-day Brattleboro.

1725 – It is estimated that by 1725 there are approximately 75,000 black slaves in the American colonies.

  1. Source: Schlesinger, Jr., Arthur M., ed. “The Almanac of American History.” Barnes & Nobles Books: Greenwich, CT, 1993.
  2. American History

JV Verbvm Dei the Word of God is as sharp or sharper than a sword with two edges the sword of justice will forever be the terror of fallen angels

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