Colonial American History Stories – 1770 – 1774

Colonial American History Stories – 1770 – 1774

Colonial American History Stories – 1770 – 1774 contains almost 200 history stories presented in a timeline that begins in 1767 with the birth of Andrew Jackson and and ends with George Rogers Clark receiving his first military commission in 1774. This journal of historical events mark the beginnings of the United States These reader friendly stories include: March 05, 1770 Boston Massacre – British Troops Kill Five In Crowd December 05, 1770 – Boston Massacre Soldiers Acquitted April 27, 1773 – British Parliament Passes the Tea Act 1773 – Alexander Hamilton Arrives in New York January 29, 1774 – Franklin Humiliated Before British Privy Council

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Other Books in the Series
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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March 15, 1767 – Andrew Jackson Born
June 7, 1767 – Daniel Boone First Sights Kentucky
January 04, 1770 – First of the Colonist’s Advocate Letters
February 05, 1770 – Construction Begins – Carpenter’s Hall
February 26, 1770 – Christopher Seider Funeral March Sparks Boston Massacre
March 05, 1770 Boston Massacre – British Troops Kill Five In Crowd
March 28, 1770 – Paul Revere’s Boston Massacre Print Published
April 12, 1770 – Townshend Acts Repealed
July 1, 1770 – Lexwell’s Comet Nearly Hits the Earth
July 17, 1770 – First Issue – Massachusettes Spy
August 01, 1770 – William Clark Born
August 09, 1770 – Quebec Governor Guy Carleton Sails for London
December 05, 1770 – Boston Massacre Soldiers Acquitted
1771 – George Rogers Clark Begins Exploring Ohio River Valley
May 16, 1771 – The Battle of Alamance – The War of the Regulation
June 12, 1771 – Patrick Gass Born – Lewis and Clark Expedition
July 14, 1771 – Mission San Antonio de Padua founded in California
April 14, 1772 – Pine Tree Riots
May 03, 1772 – David Zeisberger forms Schoenbrunn Village – First Settlement in Ohio
June 10, 1772 – Burning Of the Gaspee British Revenue Cutter By Rhode Islanders
September 26, 1772 – New Jersey Legislature Passed Act Requiring Doctors to Acquire Medical License
November 02, 1772 – Boston: Anti-English Committee Of Correspondence Forms
December 02, 1772 – Franklin Sends Hutchinson Letters
January 06, 1773 – Massachusetts Slave Felix Petitions Massachusetts Legislature for Freedom
January 12, 1773 – First Public Museum Established in the American Colonies
February 09, 1773 – 2016 William Henry Harrison Born
February 26, 1773 – Construction Authorized For Walnut Street Jail in Philadelphia
March 26, 1773 – Committee of Correspondence Planned in North Carolina
April 20, 1773 – Thomas Cushing Sends Letter to Franklin Acknowledging Receipt of Hutchinson Letters
April 27, 1773 – British Parliament Passes the Tea Act
September 11, 1773 – Benjamin Franklin writes, “There Never Was a Good War or Bad Peace.”
June 29, 1773 – First of the Hutchinson Letters Published
August 19, 1773 – Clementina Rind Becomes Printer of the Virginia Gazette
October 12, 1773 – America’s first Public Hospital for the Mentally Ill Opens
November 18, 1773 – Daniel Leonard Publishes First Essay
December 10, 1773 – Shipwreck of the Brig William – Tea Party Incident
December 16, 1773 – Boston Tea Party
December 17, 1773 – Tea From the William Salvaged
December 17, 1773 – Paul Revere Ride from Boston to New York – Tea Party News
December 20, 1773 – Published Account of Boston Tea Party – First to Alledge Many Dressed as Indians
December 26, 1773 – Philadelphia Members of the Committee for Tarring and Feathering Reject Tea Shipment
1773 – Alexander Hamilton Arrives in New York
January 20, 1774 – News of the Tea Party Reaches London
January 29, 1774 – Franklin Humiliated Before British Privy Council
February 19, 1774 – Hugh Williamson Examined by Privy Council
March 07, 1774 – King George Message to Parliament
March 07, 1774 – Second Boston Tea Party
March 31, 1774 – The Boston Port Act First of the Intolerable or Coercive Acts
April 02, 1774 – General Thomas Gage Appointed Governor of Massachusetts
April 7, 1774 – British Troop Movements in Boston Trigger Movement of War Supplies
April 22, 1774 – New York Tea Party
April 30, 1774 -Yellow Creek Massacre
May 5, 1774 – Shawnee Message to the English
May 13, 1774 – Circular Letter of the Boston Committee of Correspondence – Protests Boston Port Act
May 14, 1774 – Paul Revere Ride from Boston to New York – Port Act News
May 20, 1774 – Massachusetts Government Act – Coercive Act
May 20, 1774 – Administration of Justice Act – Coercive Act
May 21, 1774 – Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence Issues Call for Colonial Conference
May 23, 1774 – New York Committee of Correspondence Issues Call for Colonial Conference
May 23, 1774 – Chestertown Tea Party Occurs
May 24, 1774 – Virginia House of Burgesses Vote Support for Boston
May 26, 1774 – Virginia Governor Dunmore Dissolves House of Burgesses
May 27, 1774 – Delegates of Dissolved House of Burgesses Form Association
June 01, 1774 – Virginia Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer
June 13, 1774 – Rhode Island Enacts Law Banning Slave Importation
June 16, 1774 – Formation of Harrodsburg, Kentucky
June 17, 1774 – Massachusetts Assembly Chooses Delegates to Continental Congress
June 22, 1774 – Parliament Passed the Quebec Act – Intolerable Act
July 04, 1774 – Orangetown Resolutions Passed
July 05, 1774 – Washington and Others Meet at Alexandria, Virginia
July 07, 1774 – Paul Revere Adopts Snake Device
July 17, 1774 – George Mason, Patrick Henry and George Washington Write Fairfax Resolves
July 18, 1774 – Virginia Convention Passes Fairfax Resolves
July 1774 – Clementina Rind Publishes Jefferson’s A Summary View of the Rights of British America
May 30, 1774 – Delegates of Dissolved House of Burgesses Meet at Peyton Randolph’s Home
August 01, 1774 – First Virginia Convention
August 6, 1774 – Founder Of The Shakers, Mother Ann Lee, Arrives In New York
August 09, 1774 – First Public Meeting Worcester
August 16, 1774 – Farmers Armed With Pitchforks Scuttle Meeting at Great Barrington
August 17, 1774 – Letter By Aaron Burr Describing Prerevolutionary Riot
August 18, 1774 – Meriwether Lewis Born
August 27, 1774 – Richard Henderson and Company Organized – Became Translyvannia Company
August 30, 1774 – Second Public Meeting
September 01, 1774 – First Powder Alarm Incident
September 03, 1774 – Connecticuit Recieves News – Boston Attacked – 20,000 Men Assemble to Fight
September 05, 1774 – First Continental Congress assembles in Philadelphia
September 06, 1774 – Third Public Meeting
September 06, 1774 – Militiamen Shut Down Court Houses
September 11, 1774 – Suffolk Resolves
September 11, 1774 – Paul Revere Ride from Boston to New York – Suffolk Resolves
September 15, 1774 – Ship Cynthia Arrives in York Maine Carrying Cargo of Tea – York Tea Party Follows
September 17, 1774 – Suffolk Resolves Endorsed by the Continental Congress
September 18, 1774 – Sir Guy Carleton Returns to Quebec
September 21, 1774 – Patriot Leaders Meet – Urge Communities to Form “Minute Men” Companies
September 26, 1774 – Johnny Chapman (Johnny Appleseed) Born
October 07, 1774 – Massachusetts Provincial Congress Forms
October 10, – 1774 – Battle Of Point Pleasant Ends Lord Dunmore’s War
October 14, 1774 – First Continental Congress Passes Declaration and Resolves
October 17, 1774 – Camp Charlotte Treaty
October 20, 1774 – Congress created the Continental Association
October 21, 1774 – First Continental Congress Invites Other British Colonies to Participate
October 21, 1774 – First Display Of the Word “Liberty” On A Flag
October 22, 1774 – John Galloway’s Plan for a North American Parliament Defeated
October 25, 1774 – First Contentinal Congress Approves Petition to the King
October 26, 1774 – First Contintental Congress Adjourns
December 12, 1774 – Paul Revere Ride from Boston to New York – Portsmouth
December 13, 1774 – Colonists Attempt to Confiscate Gunpowder from Fort William and Mary
December 14, 1774 – Colonists Confiscate Gunpowder from Fort William
December 22, 1774 – James Madison Appointed to Orange County Committee of Safety
1774 – George Rogers Clark Receives First Military Commission
Acknowledgements
About the Author
Mossy Feet Books Catalogue
Sample Chapter
An American Revolution Time Line – 1775
February 07, 1775 – Ben Franklin Delivers An Imaginary Speech

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