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  1. American History Timeline in the 17th Century 1655 Peach Tree War: The war took place. 1659 Esopus Wars: The first war took place. 1662-07-26 The Halfway Covenant was adopted. 1663 Esopus Wars: The second war took place. 1667-07-31 New Netherland was ceded to England under the Treaty of Breda. 1669 John Lederer of Virginia began to explore the

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  2. United States Economic History. By Rebecca Silverstein. Dec 23, 1913. Federal Reserve Act ... Economic Timeline (1956-1975) The Great depression Made By Max M & Dakota D.

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  4. 1608 German-Dutch spectacle-maker Hans Lippershey invents the first refracting telescope . 1620 Dutch builder Cornelis Drebbel invents the earliest human-powered submarine . 1624 English mathematician William Oughtred invents the slide rule . 1625 French physician Jean-Baptiste Denys invents a method for blood transfusion. 1629

  5. Outline of the U.S. Economy. The modern American economy traces its roots to the quest of European settlers for economic gain in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. The New World then progressed from a marginally successful colonial economy to a small, independent farming economy and, eventually, to a highly complex industrial economy.

  6. Long Term Economic Growth – 1860–1965: A Statistical Compendium. Business Booms and Depressions since 1775, a chart of the past trend of price inflation, federal debt, business, national income, stocks and bond yields for the United States from 1775 to 1943. Budget of the United States Government.

  7. May 03, 2022 · 17th-Century American History Resources American History 1493-1945 Digitized primary sources from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History in New York. We currently have access to Module I - Settlement, Commerce, Revolution and Reform: 1493-1859. American Indian Histories and Cultures

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