What happened in 1622 in the United States
What is usually referred to as the "Massacre of 1622," the native American attack that resulted in the death of 347 English settlers and almost wiped out Jamestown, which was the catalyst for the settlers actions.
What happened during the 1600s
1500s–1600s Portugal, Spain, England, and France establish the slave trade from Africa to bring workers to sugar and tobacco plantations in South America and the Caribbean, and later to the cotton plantations in the southern U.S. religious Reformation begins. Protestant religions emerge in Europe.
What happen in 1620
The Mayflower set sail from Southampton, England, for North America on August 15, 1620. The ship carried Pilgrims from England to Plymouth, in modern-day Massachusetts, where they established the first permanent European settlement in 1620.
What happened in 1624 in the US
1624 – The Virginia Company charter is revoked in London and Virginia is declared a Royal colony. 1626 – Peter Minuit, a Dutch colonist, buys Manhattan island from Native Americans for 60 guilders (about $24) and names the island New Amsterdam.
Who was King of England in 1622
Charles I was born in Fife on 19 November 1600, the second son of James VI of Scotland (from 1603 also James I of England) and Anne of Denmark. He became heir to the throne on the death of his brother, Prince Henry, in 1612.
What happened historically in 1623
Papal Conclave of 1623: Pope Urban VIII (Maffeo Barberini) succeeds Pope Gregory XV, as the 235th pope. Thirty Years' War: Chased by the Count of Tilly's army, Christian of Brunswick's army attempts to flee to the Dutch Republic. Tilly's army catches Brunswick five miles from the border.
What happened in the year 1522
July – The English army attacks Brittany and Picardy from Calais, burning and looting the countryside. July 28 – Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I begins his siege to expel the Knights of St. John in Rhodes. August – The Knights' Revolt erupts in Germany.
What was happening in 1822
August 22 – The English ship Orion lands at Yerba Buena, modern-day San Francisco, under the command of William A. Richardson. November 9 – Action of 9 November 1822: USS Alligator (1820) engages three pirate schooners off the coast of Cuba as part of the West Indies anti-piracy operations of the U.S.
What happened in the year 1621
April – The Twelve Years' Truce between the Dutch Republic and the Spanish Empire expires, and both sides prepare to resume the Eighty Years' War. April 1 – The Plymouth, Massachusetts colonists create the first treaty with native Americans. April 5 – The Mayflower sets sail from Plymouth, on a return trip to England.
What important events happened in 1622
March 22 – Jamestown massacre: Algonquian natives kill 347 English settlers outside Jamestown, Virginia (⅓ of the colony's population), and burn the Henricus settlement. This begins the American Indian Wars. April 22 – Hormuz is captured from the Portuguese, by an Anglo-Persian force.
What was happening in 1522
August – The Knights' Revolt erupts in Germany. September 6 – The Victoria (nao Vittoria), one of the surviving ships of the Magellan expedition, returns to Sanlúcar de Barrameda in Spain, under the command of Juan Sebastián Elcano, becoming the first ship to circumnavigate the world.
What major events happened in the 1600s in America
- 1604 Saint Croix Island (French) (Maine)
- 1605 George Weymouth Visits Cape Cod and Kidnaps Several Patuxet Natives.
- 1607 Jamestown (Virginia)
- 1607 Popham Colony (Maine)
- 1609 Santa Fe, New Mexico founded by Spanish.
- 1610 Hampton, Virginia.
- 1610 Kecoughtan, Virginia.
- 1611 Henricus, Virginia founded by Sir Thomas Dale.
What was happening in America during the 1600s
1600s. 1602 – Captain Bartholomew Gosnold is the first Englishman to land on the New England coast, exploring and naming Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard. 1605 – First capital of Acadia (French) was established as Port-Royal in modern-day Nova Scotia; it lasted until 1613. George Weymouth explores New England.
Which important event happened in the year 1600
Thessaly rebellion: Greeks in Thessaly, incited by Bishop Dionysios Skylosophos, attempt to rebel against the Ottoman Empire.
What was the world like in the 1600s
In the 1500s and 1600s almost 90% of Europeans lived on farms or small rural communities. Crop failure and disease was a constant threat to life. Wheat bread was the favorite staple, but most peasants lived on Rye and Barley in the form of bread and beer. These grains were cheaper and higher yield, though less tasty.
What was going on in England in the 1600
April – Outbreak of bubonic plague epidemic in London in which between 29,000 and 40,000 die. 28 April – funeral of Elizabeth I in Westminster Abbey. 17 July – Sir Walter Ralegh arrested for treason. 21 July – Thomas Howard created the 1st Earl of Suffolk.
Who came to America in the 1600s
In the early 1600s, in rapid succession, the English began a colony (Jamestown) in Chesapeake Bay in 1607, the French built Quebec in 1608, and the Dutch began their interest in the region that became present-day New York.
What is early 1600s
The 1600s ran from January 1, 1600, to December 31, 1609. Centuries: 16th century. 17th century.