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Religion 1600s-1700s

A timeline of Religion through the early colonisation of America. The first section includes notes on Puritans in Jamestown versus Catholics and the Protestant Reformation. The second section includes notes on Mount Plymouth. The third section includes notes on Quakers. The fourth section includes notes on William Penn. The fifth section includes notes on the Glorious Revolution of America. The sixth section includes notes on the German immigration to Pennsylvania and religious diversity. The seventh section includes notes on Virginia and the Church of England. The eight section includes notes on the First Great Awakening. The last section includes notes on the decline of religion in the late 1700s.

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