JCharles the Second ...: whereas we have been informed, by the humble petition of our trustie and well beloved subject, John Clarke, on the behalfe of Benjamine Arnold, William Brenton, William Codington, Nicholas Easton, William Boulston, John Porter, John Smith, Samuell Groton, John Weeks, Roger Williams, Thomas Olnie, Gregorie Dexter, John Cogeshall, Joseph Clarke, Randall Holden, John Greene, John Roome, Samuell Wildbore, William Ffield, James Barker, Richard Tew, Thomas Harris, and William Dyre, and the rest of the purchasers and ffree inhabitants of our island, called Rhode Island, and the rest of the colonie of Providence Plantations, in the Narragansett Bay, in New-England, in America, that they, pursueing, with peaceable and loyall mindes, their sober, serious and religious intentions, of godlie edificing themselves, and one another, in the holie Christian ffaith and worshipp as they were persuaded: together with the gaineing over and conversione of the poore ignorant Indian natives, in those partes of America, to the sincere professione and obedience of the same ffaith and worship, did, not onlie by the consent and good encouragement of our royall progenitors, transport themselves out of this kingdome of England into America, but alsoe, since their arrivall there, after their first settlement amongst other our subjects in those parts, ffor the avoideing of discorde, and those manie evills which were likely to ensue upon some of those oure subjects not beinge able to beares in these remote partes, theire different apprehensiones in religious concernments, and in pursueance of the afforesayd ends, did once againe leave theire desireable stationes and habitationes, and with excessive labor and travell, hazard and charge, did transplant themselves into the middest of the Indian natives, who, as wee are infformed, are the most potent princes and people of all that country; where, by the good Providence of God, from whome the Plantationes have taken their name, upon theire labour and industries they have not onlie byn preserved to admiration, but have increased and prospered, and are seized and possessed, by purchase and consent of the said natives, to their ffull content, of such lands, islands, rivers, harbours and roades, as are verie convenient, both for plantationes and alsoe for buildinge of shipps, suplye of pype-staves, and other merchandise; and which lyes verie commodious, in manie respects, for commerce, and to accommodate oure southern plantationes, and may much advance the trade of this oure realme, and greatlie enlarge the territories thereof; they haveinge, by neare neighbourhoode to and friendlie societie with the greate bodie of the Narragansett Indians, given them encouragement, of theire owne accorde, to subject themselves, theire people and Andes, unto us; whereby, as is hoped, there may, in due tyme, by the blessing of God upon theire endeavours, bee layd a sure Foundation of happinesse to all America: And whereas, in theirs humble addresse, they have Freely declared, that it is much on their hearts (if they may be permitted), to hold forth a livelie experiment, that a most flourishing civill state may stand and best bee maintained, and that among our English subjects, with a full libertie in religious concernements; and that true pietye rightly grounded upon gospell principles, will give the best and greatest security to sovereignetye, and will lay in the hearts of men the strongest obligations to true loyaltye: Now know yee, that wee beinge willinge to encourage the hopefull undertakeinge of oure sayd loyall and loveinge subjects, and to secure them in the free exercise and enjoyment of all theire civill and religious rights, appertaining to them, as our loveing subjects; and to preserve unto them that libertye, in the true Christian ffaith and worshipp of God, which they have sought with soe much travaill, and with peaceable myndes, and loyall subjectione to our royall progenitors and our selves, to enjoye; and because some of the people and inhabitants of the same colonie cannot; in theire private opinions, conforme to the publique exercise of religion, according to the litturgy, formes and ceremonyes of the Church of England, or take or subscribe the oaths and articles made and established in that behalfe; and for that the same, by reason of the remote distances of those places, will (as wee hope) bee noe breach of the unitie and unifformitie established in this nation: .
La Camera dei Rappresentanti sarà composta da Membri scelti ogni due anni dal Popolo dei diversi Stati, e gli Elettori in ciascuno Stato dovranno avere le qualifiche richieste per gli Elettori del ramo più numeroso della Legislatura dello Stato. Nessuna persona potrà essere un Rappresentante che non avrà raggiunto l'età di venticinque anni, ed è stato sette anni cittadino degli Stati Uniti, e che non sarà, una volta eletto, un abitante dello Stato in cui sarà scelto.
1 d.C.- Gesù Cristo nacque il 25 dicembre6 d.C. Erode deposto: Erode Archelao fu deposto dall'imperatore romano Augusto a causa di Erode Archelao& 39; trattamento brutale degli ebrei di Giudea e Samaria.9 dC Le tribù tedesche distruggono 3 legioni romane- Tre legioni romane sotto il comando di P Quinctilio Varno furono sconfitte da un esercito tedesco guidato da Ariminus.
La cultura nord-orientale ha le sue caratteristiche ereditate dall'influenza della cultura dei coloni portoghesi, neri e indiani. È interessante notare che la cultura rappresenta una rete complessa, che contiene le conoscenze, i costumi, le arti, le credenze, i culti religiosi, la letteratura popolare, i balli e le abitudini di un particolare gruppo o regione.
Dark Times - Il periodo tra le due guerre - Progetti militari: Germania - Italia - Giappone (Asse) - Ignoranza tedesca del Trattato di Versailles - 1939: Germania invade la Polonia: Inghilterra e Francia dichiarano guerra alla Germania Seconda Guerra Mondiale (1939-1945 ) ASSE (Germania, Italia e Giappone) x ALLIES (Inghilterra, URSS, Francia e Stati Uniti) -1939-1941: vittorie dell'Asse - Offensiva giapponese: attacco a Pearl Harbor nel 1941 e entrata degli Stati Uniti nella guerra - 1941-1945: reazione Giorno - D-Day: attacco alleato alla Normandia - 1945: la Germania firma la resa -1945: gli USA lanciano bombe atomiche in Giappone (Hiroshima e Nagasaki)