English Colony

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Outline Of Connecticut - History of Connecticut - History of Connecticut, By Period
... Indigenous peoples English Colony of Connecticut, 1636–1686 Pequot War, 1636–1637 Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, 1638 English Colony of New-Haven, 1637–1662 ...
Alessandro Malaspina - Expedition of 1789–1794
... to the natural history of the place, as he reported to the colony’s patron, Sir Joseph Banks, saying "I here express the public testimony of a grateful soul for the very ... The recently founded English colony had been included in the expedition’s itinerary in response to a memorandum drawn up in September 1788 by one of Malaspina’s fellow naval ... of the “terrible” future danger for Spain from the English colony at Port Jackson, While recognizing the strategic threat it posed to Spain's Pacific ...
Outline Of Rhode Island - History of Rhode Island - History of Rhode Island, By Period
... Indigenous peoples English Colony of Providence 1636-1644 English Colonies of Rhode Island 1638-1644 Portsmouth Compact, 1638 English Colony of Providence Plantations, 1644–1663 History of slavery in ...
Malaspina Expedition - The Expedition
... to the natural history of the place, as he reported to the colony’s patron, Sir Joseph Banks, saying "I here express the public testimony of a grateful soul for the very extraordinary humanity and ... The recently founded English colony had been included in the expedition’s itinerary in response to a memorandum drawn up in September 1788 by one of Malaspina’s ... the warning from Muñoz, writing of the “terrible” future danger for Spain from the English colony at Port Jackson, While recognizing the strategic threat it posed to Spain's Pacific possessions in time of war ...

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