The Quakers

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APPENDIX: CHRONOLOGY
Quaker Events Dates American Religious Events
Fox born (Puritans blocked by
   King Charles I).
1624-25 Virginia and Plymouth colonies
  founded.
English separatists and baptists
  emerge.
1630-40 Massachusetts Bay, Connecticut,
  and Maryland founded.
Fox "seeker" (future Friends in
  Puritan army in English Civil
  War beat king).
1642-47 E. Hutchinson, R. Williams in
   Rhode Island; Dutch in New
  York and New Jersey.
Fox and Friends in English
  Midlands.
1647-51 Congregational Platform,
   Massachusetts.
Quaker "Awakening" in
   Northwest England.
1652-53
Quaker Mission throughout
   England and Ireland.
1654-55 Jesuit mission, Ontario.
Nayler's fall; England turns
  conservative.
1656-57 Quakers in Boston, New York, and
   Maryland.
Quakers in Holland, France,
   Mediterranean.
1658-59 Flushing Remonstrance, New
  York.
Quaker Act follows Restoration of
  Charles II.
1660-61 Mary Dyer hanged in Boston.
Quakers jailed under Clarendon
  Code; most leaders die;
  Conventicle Act; Penn, Barclay
  convinced.
1662-67 English capture New York, New
  Jersey; found Delaware and
   Carolina.
Organization of Quaker Meetings;
  Second Conventicle Act.
1667-74
Quakers found West Jersey; Penn
  pleads for toleration in England.
1675

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