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Secolul al XV-lea[modificare | modificare sursă]

Data Eveniment Imagine
12 octombrie 1492 Cristofor Columb debarca Guanahani.
Columbus Taking Possession.jpg
1497 Navigatorul italian John Cabot debarca pe insula Newfoundland.
JohnCabotPainting.jpg

Secolul al XVI-lea[modificare | modificare sursă]

Data Eveniment Imagine
1513 Exploratorul spaniol Vasco Núñez de Balboa traverseaza Istmul Panama Isthmus of Panama. Balboa südsee.jpg
Cucerirea spaniola Yucatán : Spaniardul Juan Ponce de León invinge statul Tlaxcala. Juan Ponce de Leon.png
1520 Cucerirea spaniola Yucatán: Cucerirea civilizatiei maiase incepe. ROHM D201 The conquistadors enter tenochtitlan to the sounds of martial music.jpg
1521 Cucerirea spaniola al Imperiului Aztec: Conquistadorul Hernán Cortés ocupa Tenochtitlan. Leutze, Emanuel — Storming of the Teocalli by Cortez and His Troops — 1848.jpg
1524 Giovanni da Terrazzo exploreaza coasta Atlanticului din Nordul Americii sub angajamentul francez.
1542 Exploratul spaniol Hernando de Soto descopera Fluviul Mississippi, fiind o oportunitate pentru spanioli pentru a intra adanc in America de Nord. Discovery of the Mississippi.jpg
1565 Amiralul spaniol Pedro Melendez DE Avila a fondat St. Augustine, Florida. Mapstaug.jpg
1570 Confederatia Iroquoisilor a fost fondata. Iroq3.jpg
1587 Englezul explorator Sir Walter Raleigh a fondat colonia Roanoke Colony. WalterRaleighandson.jpg
1590 Colonia Roanoke a fost gasita pustie. Roanoke map 1584.JPG

Secolul al XVII-lea[modificare | modificare sursă]

Data Eveniment Imagine
14 mai 1607 John Smith a fondat asezarea Jamestown, Virginia Pocahontas-saves-Smith-NE-Chromo-1870.jpeg
1614 Olanda si-a pretins teritoriile in Noua Olanda . Henry Hudson Map 26.png
1619 Sclavia a fost introdusa in Colonia Virginia. 1670 virginia tobacco slaves.jpg
1620 Expeditia Mayflower spre portul Plymouth MayflowerHarbor.jpg
11 noiembrie 1620 Intelegerea Mayflower a fost semnata . The Mayflower Compact 1620 cph.3g07155.jpg
1625 Noul Amsterdam a fost fondat Castelloplan.jpg
1628 Colonia Massachusetts a fost fondata. Masscolony.png
1630 Flota Winthrop a ajuns in colonia Massachusetts .
Manorul de Rensselaerswyck a fost fondat Fort Crailo.png
1634 Provincia Maryland a fost fondata Marycolony.png
Teologul Roger Williams a fost exclus din Colonia Massachusetts Roger Williams and Narragansetts.jpg
1635 Colonia Connecticut Colony a fost fondata de Thomas Hooker. Hooker and Company Frederic Edwin Church.jpeg
1636 Roger Williams a fondat Colonia Rhode Island si Provincia Plantatiilor .
Colegiul Harvard a fost fondat. Cambridge Harvard Square.JPG
1637 Colonia New Haven a fost fondata.
Razboiul Pequot se incheie in Noua Anglie . Gardiner-pequot.jpg
1638 Colonia Delaware a fost fondata.
Noua Suedie a fost stabilita .
1639 Acordul Fundamental al Coloniei New Heaven a fost semnat.
Ordinele Fundamentale ale Connecticut au fost adoptate.
1640 'Razboaiele Franceze-Iroquese au escaladat spre conflict total.
1643 Confederatia New England a fost creata.
Razboiul Kieft incepe in Noua Olanda .
1644 Al treilea razboi Anglo–Powhatan incepe.
1645 Razboiul Kieft se incheie.
1646 Al treilea razboi Anglo-Powhatan se incheie.
1649 Actul Tolerantei Maryland Toleration Act a trecut. Calvertcecil.jpg
Executia regelui englez Carol I Stuart marcheaza stabilirea Commonwealth.
1655 Razboiul Peach Tree :.
1659 Razboaiele Esopus
1660 Commonwealth englez se incheie cu intronarea regelui Carol II King Charles II by John Michael Wright or studio.jpg
1662 Conventia Halfway a fost adoptata
1663 Carol II fondeaza o noua colonie - Provincia Carolina . Carolina Vintage Map.JPG
1664 Al doilea razboi anglo-olandez: Englezii cuceresc Noul Amsterdam . Storck, Four Days Battle.jpg
1667 Noua Olanda a fost cedata Angliei prin tratatul de la Breda . Congress of Breda.jpg
1669 John Lederer al coloniei Virginia incepe sa exploreze Muntii Apalasi.
1670 Orasul Charleston din Carolina de Sud a fost fondata. CharlestonSC1733.jpg
Expeditia lui John Lederer se incheie.
1671 Expeditia Batts-Fallam sponsorizata de Abraham Wood traverseaza New River (din Virginia de vest).
1672 Legile Albastre sunt adoptate in colonia Connecticut .
Louis Jolliet si Jacques Marquette incep sa exploreze colonia Illinois.
1673 Expeditia lui Louis Jolliet si Jacques Marquette se incheie. Pere Marquette.JPG
1674 Noua Olanda a fost cedata definitiv Angliei prin Tratatul de la Westminster.
1675 Razboiului lui Philip incepe in Noua Anglie. Indians Attacking a Garrison House.jpg
1676 Rebeliunea lui in Virginia. Howard Pyle - The Burning of Jamestown.jpg
1677 Provincia Maine a fost absorbita de colonia Massachusetts .
1679 Razboiul dintre Provincia Carolina si Westo; Westo este anihilat.
1680 Revolta Pueblo din Santa Fe de Nuevo México. Kachina dolls.jpg
1682 Provincia Pennsylvania a fost fondata de William Penn. The Birth of Pennsylvania 1680 cph.3g07157.jpg
René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle a calatorit de-a lungul Fluviului Mississippi pana la gura de varsare LaSallesExpeditiontoLouisiana.JPG
1685 Carol II moare. A fost succedat de Iacob II James II by Peter Lely.jpg
1686 Dominionul New England a fost stabilit.
1687 Indienii Yamasee din Florida Spaniola se muta in Carolina
1688 Revolutia Glorioasa : regele Iacob II a fost deposedat din functie de Maria a II-a și Wilhelm al III-lea. Prince of Orange engraving by William Miller after Turner R739.jpg
1689 Guvernatorul Dominionului Noua Anglie a fost demis, se incheie regimul dominionului.
Razboiul lui William. Frontenac receiving the envoy of Sir William Phipps demanding the surrender of Quebec, 1690.jpg
1690 Masacrul de la Schenectady
1692 Procesele vrăjitoarelor din Massachusetts Bay . Witchcraft at Salem Village.jpg
1697 Razboiul Mariilor Aliante se incheie prin tratatul de la Ryswick . Siege of Namur (1692).JPG
1698 Pensacola, Florida a fost stabilit de spanioli
1699 Biloxi a fost fondat de Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville.


Secolul al XVIII-lea[modificare | modificare sursă]

Data Eveniment Imagine
8 martie 1702 William III al Angliei moare si este succedat de Regina Anna
Razboiul Reginei Anna.
East Jersey si West Jersey devin colonii.
1715 Razboiul Yamasee din Carolina
1727 George I moare si este succedat de George II.
1729 Proprietarii Carolinei o vand coroanei britanice .
1732 First Great Awakening.
1749 Provincia Georgia interzice sclavia.
1752 Benjamin Franklin desfasoara experimentul cu zmeul.
1754 Razboiul Franco-Indian
Albany Congress
1758 Tratatul de la Edison este semnat
1760 Pierre de Rigaud, guvernatorul Noii Anglii, semneaza Articolele capitularii de la Montreal, cedand Ohio si Illinois si Canada Imperiului Britanic.
25 octombrie George II moare si este succedat de George III
1763 Rebeliunea Pontiac
10 februarie Tratatul de la Paris:Franta cedeaza teritorii Marii Britanii si Lousiana Spaniei.Razboiul Franco-Indian se incheie.
7 octombrie George III promulga Proclamatia Regala, stabilind administratia regala asupra coloniilor castigate la Tratatul de la Paris si stabileste limita vestica.
1764 Legea Zaharului trece in Parlamentul Englez.
1 septembrie Marea Britanie emite legea valutara, interzicandu-le coloniilor sa fabrice bancnote
1765 Britanicii emit Stamp Act , crescand taxele coloniilor pentru a mentine trupele britanice in colonii.
24 martie Marea Britanie emite Legea Sferturilor, prin care obliga cele 13 colonii sa le asigue adapost, hrana si alte provizii trupelor britanice.
29 mai Colonia Virginia a a adoptat Virginia Resolves-Virginia ar putea fi impozitata numai de către o adunare la care au reprezentanți aleși.
19 octombrie Stamp Act Congress: Congresul a noua colonii a adoptat Declaratia Drepturilor si Plangerilor, petitionand Parlamentul Britanic si regele datorita legii Stamp Act.
1766 Rebelinea Pontiac se incheie.
18 martie Parlamentul Britanic a retras Stamp Act si a promulgat Actul Declaratoriu
21 mai Polul Libertatii a fost ridicat in New York City in celebrarea retragerii Stamp Act.
1767 Parlamentul Britanic l-a suspendat pe guvernatorul New Yorkului pentru esecul aplicarii legii Sferturilor.
29 iunie Actele Townshend trec de Parlamentul englez, impunandu-le coloniilor cat mai multe datorii
decembrie To the Betrayed Inhabitants of the City and Colony of New York a fost publicat de "Fii Libertatii".
1770 Batalia de la Golden Hill
28 ianuarie Frederick North, Lord North a fost numit premier britanic
5 martie Masacrul de la Boston



Secolul al XIX-lea[modificare | modificare sursă]

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