By 1636 the General Court gave power over the church to the magistrates and, later, control as to who preached what and where.
1634 27.3.1634 The Werowance (chief) of the Yoacomoco Indians having agreed to sell a village to Leonard Calvert in exchange for gifts, trading guarantees and protection from their enemies, the Susquehannock and is against-law.
From beginning of fifteenth century at latest, Iroquois Confederation formed according to .
In December, he visited an island, part of which the Indians called Haiti - the place of the mountains.
The southern colonies, such as in Chesapeake Bay 1614 New Netherlands The Dutch West India Company explored and began to settle an area north of Virginia in 1614.
Peter Minuit and other Dutch settlers settled an island which they bought from the local Indians for 60 gilders worth of goods.
John Winthrop later led about 1,000 Puritans to settle in Boston and other towns.
They used a commercial charter to establishe their jurisdiction.
The English, led by Sir William Penn and General Robert Venables, took over the last Spanish fort in Jamaica in 1655.
Ann Hutchinson did not hold that the redeemed are above the law.
She did hold that her own certainty of salvation was sufficient and that it was not subject to testing by the Massachusetts' Ministry.
Between 16, about 20,000 Puritans came to New England.
1631 The first "General Court" of the Massachusetts Bay Colony established.