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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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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