Posted November 13, 2018 09:19:20Massachusetts Bay Colony was created in 1805 as a small trading post in the British colony of Jamestamp, and was the first city of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
The colony, which was located near what is now Cambridge, was officially established in 1807, with the first official inhabitants arriving in 1763.
The city was the home of the Royal Navy from 1790 to 1795.
Jamestamps colonists were mostly farmers and workers who had relocated to the colony as settlers and laborers from England, France, the Netherlands, and the U.S.A. In the late 1700s, a major storm swept through the colony, forcing the settlers to evacuate and the colonists to move to Jamest.
The residents then moved to a larger community in the nearby village of St. George, where they lived in the colony’s first and only permanent residence.
In 1786, the colony was renamed JamestOWN and renamed Boston in honor of its founder.
The Jamesticks family lived in a house in the Boston neighborhood of the neighborhood known as the Little Flower.
In 1799, the American Civil War broke out in the United States and the Massachusetts General Assembly was created.
The new state of Massachusetts was a battleground between the Northern states, which controlled the American South, and Union forces, who controlled the South.
The Union’s General, General John C. Calhoun, was the U, S.A.’s chief military advisor during the war.
The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers created a road system known as Canal Street to connect the Boston and Worcester area with the Union forces and the rest of the North and South.
In March of 1799 the first steamboat entered the city of Boston, marking the first time the city had been used as a commercial or shipping port.
After years of construction, the canal was completed in 1799.
In the spring of 1797, a man named James “Old Joe” Smith founded a new town in Jamestood.
In 1803, the Jamestons relocated to St. John’s, a new settlement that is now located in the same neighborhood.
The next year, in 1804, the first settlers moved into the new St. Johns Colony, which is now a city of about 400 people.
The first major construction started in 1812 when a steamboat named “Old Tom” was built to transport supplies and settlers to Boston.
The steamboat was named “Pete” and became known as “The Boston Plow.”
In 1817, the town was renamed “Jamestown.”
The first building on the first commercial street in the town, St. Thomas Street, was dedicated in 1818.
In 1865, the village was renamed Boston and in 1968, the city became the headquarters for the U., S.S., Navy and Army.
In 1885, the Boston Fire Department was created, and in 1899, the City of Boston was officially renamed the City and County of Boston.
In 1901, the First Massachusetts General Election was held.
In 1911, the Commonwealth became the United State of America and in 1948, the United Nations was created and established in the city.
In 2020, the world’s first solar-powered jet aircraft, the Boeing 747-200, took off.