|Quaker Events||Dates||American Religious Events|
Fox born (Puritans blocked by|
King Charles I).
|1624-25|| Virginia and Plymouth colonies|
English separatists and baptists|
|1630-40|| Massachusetts Bay, Connecticut,|
and Maryland founded.
Fox "seeker" (future Friends in|
Puritan army in English Civil
War beat king).
E. Hutchinson, R. Williams in|
Rhode Island; Dutch in New
York and New Jersey.
Fox and Friends in English|
Quaker "Awakening" in|
Quaker Mission throughout|
England and Ireland.
|1654-55||Jesuit mission, Ontario.|
| Nayler's fall; England turns|
|1656-57|| Quakers in Boston, New York, and|
| Quakers in Holland, France,|
Flushing Remonstrance, New|
Quaker Act follows Restoration of|
|1660-61||Mary Dyer hanged in Boston.|
| Quakers jailed under Clarendon|
Code; most leaders die;
Conventicle Act; Penn, Barclay
English capture New York, New|
Jersey; found Delaware and
| Organization of Quaker Meetings;|
Second Conventicle Act.
| Quakers found West Jersey; Penn|
pleads for toleration in England.
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Publication information: Book title: The Quakers. Contributors: Hugh Barbour - Author, J. William Frost - Author. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1988. Page number: 381.
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