6th period Timeline of Religious Freedom

Timeline created by Justin Uthuppu
In History
  • Voting in the 1600's

    Voting in the 1600's
    Religious Requirement 4 voting, You had to have a certain amount of land, and be a part of the church.
  • Pilgrims

    Pilgrims
    Pilgrims came for religious freedom and were moderately tolerant. They allowed other religions
  • Puritans

    Puritans
    Puritans came for religious freedom but they were hypocrites and didn’t give anyone else freedom of religion or they would be banished
  • Maryland

    Maryland
    Maryland was founded and they are extremely tolerant of other religions. Let the people have freedom of religion
  • More Dissent In Massachusetts Bay

    More Dissent In Massachusetts Bay
    More questioning of the puritan belief and more banishment.
  • Dissent in Massachusetts

    Dissent in Massachusetts
    Dissent in Massachusetts
    Anne hutchinson and Roger Williams and many more were banished for questioning the puritan belief.
  • Quakers

    Quakers
    The quakers were led by a man named william penn and he believed in total equality that every man is considered equal. Were very tolerant of religious freedom.
  • Period: to

    Great Awakening

    People had more time to worry about religion and Roger williams founded the idea that the head of the church should be separated from political aspects of the colony, and the Church shouldn't control it.
  • Virginia statute for religious freedom

    Virginia statute for religious freedom
    The virginia Bill of 1776 gave people the freedom of religion and the people had earned the freedom of religion