1763 - Brick State House erected on New Haven Green. In 1763, a new brick State House with courtrooms and a town hall on the lower floor and rooms for the General Assembly on the upper floor was erected on the Green on Temple Street. Timeline of Connecticut History -
1764 - British Government issues the Sugar Act The Sugar Act raised revenues higher than ever before by a new series of taxes on the colonists. World History, Part Two, Arco Publishing, Inc., New York, 1980 -
1775 - December 31 - The Battle of Québec was fought on December 31 between the American Continental Army and British defenders of Québec City. It was the first major defeat for the Americans in the Revolutionary War.
December 31, 1775
U.S. Revolutionary War Service: CONNECTICUT Rank: CORPORAL Birth: 3-11-1758 NEW HAVEN CONNECTICUT Death: 7-30-1847 CLINTON CO NEW YORK Service Description: 1) ALSO PVT Spouse: LEAH WEBB Daughters of the American Revolution (services.dar.org) Added: 3/10/2015 12:46:00 PM - Beckie Updated: 3/10/2015 4:25:24 PM - Beckie
1776 - March 17 - British, Get Out! Colonial troops force British to evacuate Boston.
1776 - May 2: The American revolution gains support from King Louis XVI of France
1784 - New Haven Incorporated as a City New Haven was incorporated as a city in 1784, and Roger Sherman, one of the signers of the Constitution and author of the "Connecticut Compromise", became the new city's first mayor. Timeline of Connecticut History -
1814 - September 11 - Americans defeat British at Battle of Plattsburgh
1814 - Napoleon abdicates and is exiled to St. Elba according to the terms of the Treaty of Fontainebleau. Representatives from Austria, Russia, Prussia, Britain, and France meet at the Congress of Vienna to discuss future of Europe.
1815 - The War of 1812 ends with the Treaty of Ghent. Napoleon escapes Elba in an attempt to reestablish his power. Coalition forces defeat him at the battle of Waterloo.
1816 - Year without a summer The year 1816 has been aptly characterized as the year without a summer. Several of the preceding summers were so cold as to suggest a possible future famine. This tendency to frigidity reached its...Read MORE...
1831 - January 1 - First Abolitionist Newspaper The first abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator, published in Boston by William Lloyd Garrison
www.e-referencedesk.com/ resources/ state-history-timeline/ massachusetts.html - January 1, 1831
January 5, 1835 - It was a record cold morning in the eastern U.S. The mercury at the Yale Campus in New Haven CT plunged to 23 degrees below zero, and reached 40 below in the Berkshire Hills of Connecticut.
1873 - The Panic of 1837 The Panic of 1837 was a financial crisis in the United States that touched off a major recession that lasted until the mid-1840s. Profits, prices and wages went down while unemployment went up....Read MORE...
1840s - 1880s - The Oregon Trail The Oregon Trail was a wagon road stretching 2170 miles from Missouri to Oregon's Willamette Valley. It was not a road in any modern sense, only parallel ruts leading across endless prairie,...Read MORE...
1846 Death of Spouse/Partner Leah Webb died 16 July 1846, Plattsburgh, New York, USA
Death 30 July 1847 Plattsburgh, New York, USA
Riverside Cemetery, Plattsburgh, Clinton, New York
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