Technology Project #3a 1600-1700

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In History
  • The 1600s

    The 1600s
    This century is full of exploration and the beginning many colonies in the New World.
  • Plymouth Co. and London Co.

    Plymouth Co. and London Co.
    The Plymouth Co. and London Co. join to form a joint-stock company.
  • Santa Fe founded

    Santa Fe founded
    Santa Fe was founded by Spanish conquistador Don Pedro de Peralta as the capital of Spanish controled New Mexico.
  • One-hundred men leave England

    One-hundred men left England to establish a colony in Maine. However, it failed within a year.
  • Quebec established

    Quebec established
    Samuel de Champlain established Quebec for France.
  • Pilgrims land at Plymouth Rock

    Pilgrims land at Plymouth Rock
    On September 6, 1620, 102 Pilgrims boarded the Mayflower to sail to the New World. Because of bad weather they did not arrive until December 18, 1620. They formed the first permanent European settlement in the North America.
  • New Amsderdam founded

    New Amsderdam founded
    Henry Hudson organized the first permanent Dutch settlement in North America, New Amsterdam.
  • Settlers arrive in Maryland.

    Settlers from Engalnd arrive in Maryland to form a new colony.
  • Hartford, Connecticut established

    Hartford, Connecticut established
    Thomas Hooker and one-hundred Puritans establish Hartford, Connecticut.
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    Puritan Revolution in England

    During this time, religion was very restricted and the type of Parliament changed several times. Finally, Nominated Parliament was chosen.
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    English Civil War

    The English Civil War was a series of civil and political wars between the Roundheads and the Cavaliers.
  • The Society of Friends formed

    The Society of Friends formed
    George Fox founded the Society of Friends (Quakers). William Penn was their leader and gave them some land in Pennsylvania.
  • Bacon's Rebellion

    Bacon's Rebellion
    Nathaniel Bacon lead the rebellion against Colonial Governor William Berkeley. It began because a man would not pay his debt to some Indians. The Indians took to of his pigs as payment but the man said they stole them.
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    Glorious Revolution in England

    During this time, Catholic King James II was overthrown and replaced by his Protestant daughter Mary.
  • English Bill of Rights

    English Bill of Rights
    It was signed into law by William II and Mary II who would rule after the overthrow of King James II. The bill outlined specific constitutional and civil rights and gave Parliament power over the monarchy.