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Restoration Timeline

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BC: Images From Google Images (images.google.com) Edited by: Gage Glupker and Trevor Clausen

FC: Restoration Timeline 1630-1730 By: Trevor Clausen and Gage Glupker

1: Charles I | Named king of England in 1625 Didn't call parliament into session for 11 years Insisted strongly on conformity with Anglican church Beheaded on January 30, 1649

2: English Civil War | Parliament names Charles I a "tyrant" in 1642 War erupted due to this Oliver Cromwell took Charles I prisoner in 1645

3: Oliver Cromwell | Leader of Parliament's forces, in the English Civil War Lead the new government called the English Commonwealth Ruled as a virtual dictator Died in 1658

4: Restoration | In 1660, the Parliament offered the crown to the son of Charles I, who became Charles II The monarchy was restored

5: Black Plague | The Black plague was a disease spread by fleas, and vermin infected by the disease. It killed nearly 1/3 of England's population

6: The Great Fire of London | The Great Fire of London was a huge disaster that struck as the population began to increase again. Destroyed 13,000 buildings in London

7: Glorious Revolution | The Glorious Revolution occurred in 1688 James II fled to France William and Mary took the Monarchy without any bloodshed

8: Bill of Rights | Established in 1689 Gave Parliament the right to approve all taxes Forbid the Monarchy from suspending the law Due to this, England gained a constitutional Monarchy

9: Tories & Whigs | The Tory party was preferred by Queen Anne Whigs were liberal, Tory was conservative

10: Enlightenment/Age of Reason | 1670's-1800's People believed in the idea that if looked one looked deep enough into something, all reason could be discovered. Helped to ignite the Industrial Revolution

11: The Diary Samuel Pepys | Published in 1669

12: A Journal of the Plague Year Daniel Defoe | Published in 1722

13: Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift | A Modest Proposal Jonathan Swift | Published in 1726 | Published in 1729

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  • Title: Restoration Timeline
  • Timeline of events and works from restoration England
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  • Published: about 7 years ago