America's First College - Henricus in Virginia - a.d. 1619

The purpose of this web log, or "blog", is an outreach educational effort of the Henricus Colledge 1619 (R) - America's First College - to show and share information about the Virginia Company Charter of anno domini 1606 under King James I of England (King James VI of Scotland), and the second settlement, the Citie of Henricus of a.d. 1611, and America's first college, designed to teach the native inhabitants of this God blessed land about the God of our Grand Founding Fathers, Jesus Christ.

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Monday, April 10, 2006

More scenes and views of the past from the present past..

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From Sea to Shining Sea, Ol' Virginia...


















Many women and men come together to honor the creation and birth of America...

George Bauder lifts high a book on the Birth, based on The Book, The Bible...



Chancellor Steven C. Smith is a spell-binding teacher and a stem-winding preacher of the Truth of God's Creation of America with the Virginia Charter of anno domini 1606, through the first college in America, before Harvard, namely Henricus Colledge, created in anno domini 1619...

Henricus Colledge 1619 Chancellor Steven Smith teaches on the original "Ol' Virginia" of a.d. 1606



Henricus Colledge 1619 Chancellor Steven C. Smith shares an illustration of the original Virginia defined by the Virginia Company Charter of a.d. 1606 where it covered the lands from Sea to Shining Sea and formed much of what we know today as "America", from the border with Canada south to the border of South Carolina across the Continent.

This image taken from a video taken at the ceremony to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of American Civilization on 10 April a.d. 2006 when Mr. Joe Guarino was reading to the assembled citizens the Resolution of the General Assembly of Virginia passed earlier in the year with wording acknowledging the Christian "Grand Founding" of America that could well be considered a modern miracle.

To learn more, go to www.FirstColledge.US, and click on Colledge Information, then click on the REVIVED Henricus College, 1619, then click on This Unique Colledge, and finally on TABLE OF CONTENTS to discover a treasure trove of valuable information about the founding of American civilization.

Joe Guarino reads 400th Anniversary of Virginia Company House Joint Resolution

Chancellor Steven C. Smith shares with the citizens of Virginia about the original span of Virginia from Sea to Shining Sea, from the Canadian border south to the border of South Carolina, as Legislative Counsel Joe Guarino reads the Virginia House of Delegates House Joint Resolution that honors the 400th Anniversary of the Virginia Company Charter.

"Spreading of Christianity" 'miracle' Resolution by Virginia General Assembly ~ In the Year of Our Lord Jesus 2006

Extracts from the
General Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Virginia,
House ~
24 February a. d. 2006
Senate ~
2 March a. d. 2006
House Joint Resolution No. 304

The 4th "WHEREAS"...
the 1606 Virginia Charter stated that the Virginia Company, which existed from 1606 to 1624, promoted the spreading of Christianity overseas by "accepting of their desires to the furtherance of so noble a work... in propagating of Christian religion"; and

The 8th "WHEREAS"...
the assembly that gathered in 1619 opened with a prayer and an oath, the equivalent of a pledge of allegiance, and enacted the founding of America's first college campus to be along the James River at the 1611 Citie of Henricus; and

RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, that the General Assembly hereby commend the 400th Anniversary Celebration of the 1606 First Virginia Charter, which may be thought of as the birth of American civilization, and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to Chancellor Steven C. Smith and Henricus Colledge (1619)(R) as an expression of the General Assembly of Virginia's appreciation for the importance of the 1606 First Virginia Charter.

America's Grand Founding celebrated by First College.US

The 400th Anniversary of American Civilization was celebrated on 10 April anno domini 2006 at the Citie of Henricus Historical Park in Chesterfield, Virginia.

The visionary of the 400th Anniversary Celebration of American Civilization is the Chancellor of Henricus Colledge, 1619 (R), Steven C. Smith.

The "Seed of Truth" one page flyer shown here provides a collage of the colledge or college ceremonies.

If you click on the image, it will be enlarged, and depending on the power of your vision, or your glasses, you can read some of the text of the main Henricus College website that is like a library of little known knowledge about the true seeds of American History that sprouted and grew into the nation we know today.

Cannon Salute from Henricus Militia for 400th Anniversary

With the Hadad Lake 38 black powder cannon, the Henricus Militia fired a Salute, which was answered by blasts of the boat horns of the two United States Coast Guard Auxilliary boats that below the cliffs of Henricus were on patrol in the waters of the James River at Dutch Gap.

Sunday, April 09, 2006

400th Anniversary of 1606 First Virginia Charter program

Many folks were involved in the Celebration of the 400th Anniversary of the Birth Certificate of American Civilization.

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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Citie of Henricus views, Henricus Historical Park

A few views of the Henricus Historical Park, along with a talk and tour by Chancellor Steve Smith of Henricus Colledge 1619 (R).

Chancellor Smith has done a great service to America in awakening both citizens and a few scholars to the true history of the Grand Founders, the Englishmen who came to Virginia to "propagate the Christian religion..." to the inhabitants of this New World.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

1st Hospital - Henricus - Mount Malady



America's First College,
and
the First Hospital
(was it America's
First Medical School, too?)

Many maladies were apparent in the settlers who arrived in Virginia after the long trans-Atlantic crossing. The Mount Malady Hospital was a place to recover from the voyage before challenging and taming the frontier, and sharing their Christian faith with the native inhabitants of Virginia, the purpose of the Virginia Company, for "propagating the Christian religion...".

Sunday, April 10, 2005

Time Line for, and before, Virginia Charter, Birth Certificate of America...

An important note in this time line is that it incorrectly describes Jamestowne as a "Colony". Virginia was the Colony, Jamestowne was the first "Settlement" in the colony of Virginia in a.d. 1607. The second settlement was the Citie of Henricus in a.d. 1611. A latter settlement was Plymouth in a.d. 1620, in the northern area of the Colony of Virginia, in what is today called Massachusetts.

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