Colonial American History Stories – 1763 – 1769

Colonial American History Stories – 1763 – 1769

Colonial American History Stories – 1763 – 1769 contains almost 300 history stories presented in a timeline that begins in 1755 with the hanging of the Liberty Bell and ends with the Treaty of Paris that ended the French and Indian War. This journal of historical events mark the beginnings of the United States and serve as a wonderful guide of American history. These reader friendly stories include: March 10, 1753- Liberty Bell Hung April 9, 1754 – Slave Girl Priscilla Begins Her Horrible Journey April 12, 1755 – Ben Franklin Receives Letter Describing Death by Tapeworm November 01, 1756 – Samuel Adams Elected Tax Collector June 28, 1762 – First Reported Counterfeiting Attempt at Boston

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Colonial American History Stories – 1215 – 1664
Colonial American History Stories – 1753 – 1763
Colonial American History Stories – 1763 – 1769
Colonial American History Stories – 1770 – 1774
An American Revolution Time Line – 1775

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April 7, 1763 – Georgia Gazette Begins Publication
April 16, 1763 – George Grenville Becomes Prime Minister of Britain
April 19, 1763 – Teedyuscung, King of the Delaware, Murdered in His Home
April 27, 1763 – Pontiac Speaks at Council to Unite Tribes – Beginning of Pontiac’s War
May 7, 1763 – Pontiac Begins Siege of Detroit
May 25, 1763 – Fort St. Joseph Taken – Pontiac’s War
June 01, 1763 – Capture of Fort Ouiatenon
June 2, 1763 – Chippewas capture Fort Michilimackinac in Pontiac’s War
June 18, 1763 – Fort Le Boeuf Falls – Pontiac’s War
June 29, 1767 – Colonel Bouquet Recieves Letter – Use Smallpox Against the Indians
July 15, 1763 – Clendenin’s Massacre – Shawnee Chief Cornstalk Raids Greenbriar Valley
July 31, 1763 – Battle of Bloody Run
August 5, 1763 – Battle of Bushy Run Begins – Pontiac’s War
September 14, 1763 – Devil’s Hole Massacre – Pontiac’s War
October 07, 1763 – Royal Proclamation of 1763
October 15, 1763 – George Washington Surveys Great Dismal Swamp
November 15, 1763 – Charles Mason And Jeremiah Dixon Begin Surveying Mason-Dixon Line
December 02, 1763 – Touro Shul Of Newport RI Dedicated
December 14, 1763 – Paxton Boys Attack Susquehannock – Conestoga Massacre
January 24, 1764 Governor Winthrop Telescope Is Destroyed In A Harvard Fire
February 15, 1764 – St Louis Founded By Pierre Laclède
March 17, 1764 – Mason and Dixon Predict Eclipse
April 5, 1764 – Sugar Act Passed Parliament
February 06, 1765 – George Grenville Introduces Stamp Act to Parliament
August 1, 1764 – Treaty of Fort Niagara Ends Pontiac’s War
August 26, – 1764 – First Lutheran Church Synod Formed
September 01, 1764 – Parliament Passes the Currency Act 1764
October 03, 1764 – Colonel Bouquet Departs Fort Pitt – Pontiac’s War
October 25, 1764 – John Adams marries Abigail Smith
November 09, 1764 – Lenape Captive Mary Campbell Released to Militia Forces
December 10, 1764 – Ben Franklin Arrives in London
March 22, 1765 – Stamp Act Passed
March 24, 1765 – Britain Enacts Quartering Act
May 30, 1765 – First U.S. Medical College Opens In Philadelphia
May 30, 1765 – The Virginia Resolves of 1765
June 08, 1765 – Massachusetts Colony Sends Letter to other Colonies – Stamp Act Congress
August 11, 1765 – New York Common Sons of Liberty Protest – First Blood
August 14, 1765 – Stamp Act Riots – Stamp Distributor Andrew Oliver Hanged in Effigy
August 14, 1765 – First Time Term Sons of Liberty Appear in a Newspaper
October 1, 1765 – The State of British North America
The Northern – New England Colonies
October 01, 1765 – Province of Massachusetts Bay
October 01, 1765 – Province of New Hampshire
October 01, 1765 – Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
October 06, 1765 – Connecticut Colony
The Middle Colonies
October 01, 1765 – Province of New York
October 01, 1765 – Province of New Jersey
October 01, 1765 – Province of Pennsylvania
October 1, 1765 – Delaware Colony
The Southern Colonies
Province of Maryland
Province of North Carolina
Province of South Carolina
Province of Georgia
Colony of Virginia
The Other British Colonies
Province of East Florida
Province of West Florida
Indian Reserve
Province of Quebec
Province of Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island
Colony of Newfoundland
October 07, 1765 – Stamp Act Congress
October 07, 1765 – John Dickenson Attends Stamp Act Congress
October 19, 1765 – Stamp Act Congress Adopts Declaration of Rights and Grievances
October 25, 1765 – Stamp Act Congress Adjourns
November 01, 1765 – Sam Adams Elected to Massachusetts House of Representatives
November 14, 1765 – Robert Fulton Born
November 23, 1765 Frederick County Md Refuses To Pay Stamp Act Tax
February 16, 1766 – Samson Occom Begins Preaching Tour Across Britain
March 5, 1766 – Don Antonio De Ulloa Takes Possession Of Louisiana Territory From The French
March 18, 1766 – British Parliament Repeals The Stamp Act
March 18, 1766 – Declaratory Act, (1766)
April 11, 1766 – Virginia Gazette Ad for Runaway Slave
July 09, 1766 – Jonathan Mayhew Died – Originated the Phrase “No Taxation Without Representation”
*July 23, 1766 – New Jersey Medical Society Holds First Meeting
September 04, 1766 – Hurricane Strikes Galveston – Destroys Spanish Mission and Five Treasure Ships
November 10, 1766 – Charter for Queen’s College Signed
June 29, 1767 – Colonel Bouquet Recieves Letter – Use Smallpox Against the Indians
July 11, 1767 – John Quincy Adams Born
September 17, 1767 – First Letter George Washington to William Crawford Discussing Land Purchases
October 18, 1767 – Mason and Dixon Complete Survey
December 21, 1767 – Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania
December 30, 1767 – Massachusetts Assembly Meets to Protest Townsend Acts
February 03, 1768 – Carpenters Hall Lot Purchased
February 11, 1768 – Samuel Adams Published Massachusetts Circular
June 22, 1768 – British Confiscate John Hancock’s Ship Liberty
June 30, 1768 – Elizabeth Kortright, later Elizabeth Monroe, Born
July 18, 1768 – Boston Gazette Publishes “Liberty Song,” America’s First Patriotic Song
October 01, 1768 – British troops under General Gauge land in Boston
October 24, 1768 – “Indiana Grant” in Virginia – Origin of the Name “Indiana”
October 30, 1768 – First Methodist church in Colonies Dedicated – Wesley Chapel
November 05, 1768 – Treaty of Fort Stanwix
December 28, 1768 – Meeting of the Susquehanna Company Leads to Yankee/Pennamite Wars
March 26, 1769 – Martin’s Station Established
April 20, 1769 – Chief Pontiac Murdered
May 1, 1769 – Daniel Boone Begins Exploring Kentucky
May 11, 1769 – Thomas Jefferson Joins House of Burgesses
May 15, 1769 – Gaspar de Portolá Sets Off From Velicatá to Found San Diego
May 17, 1769 – George Washington Introduces Anti-Tax Resolutions
May 17, 1769 – Virginia Association Formed
July 14, 1769 – Gaspar De Portolà Sets Out To Find The Port Of Monterey
July 16, 1769 – Father Serra founds Mission San Diego – First mission in California
July 19, 1769 – HMS Liberty Scuttled
November 04, 1769 – Captain Gaspar de Portola Sights San Francisco Bay
November1769 – Shawnee Capture Daniel Boone and John Stewart
December 13, 1769 – Dartmouth College In New Hampshire Received Its Charter
December 15, 1769 – George Washington Pettitions for Land Promised in 1754
Acknowledgements
About the Author
Mossy Feet Books Catalogue
Sample Chapter 1
Book 5
January 04, 1770 – First of the Colonist’s Advocate Letters

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