Here are some one liners...
The 'Blue' Laws and the Daughter Trump -- Blue Laws are related to the phrase "true blue' but not right now. Now they are laws to enforce the biblical edicts on observing the Sabbath. I mention Ivanka Trump because she follows such biblical laws herself as an Orthodox Jew.
Hello, New Plymouth... the Mayflower Has Landed -- The Pilgrims land and the story is not quite the same as the one they tell to the kiddies.
Notable Events: Science, Stagecoaches and the Submarine -- The headline says it all.
The 'Blue' Laws and the Daughter TrumpThe Blue Laws are not yet 'true blue' but they have come to the New World this year. For those who have forgotten what the Blue Laws are, here is a quick refresher... DON'T DO ANY WORK ON SUNDAY! Why are these laws called "Blue Laws"? Well... it has to do with the phrase 'true blue' which hasn't come into vogue yet, but there are laws on the books compelling English settlers to follow biblical edicts regarding the Sabbath. Certainly, compulsory attendance at services is part of that. No extensive travel is to be done unless one is already in the midst of travel and businesses are closed for the day. People in those days made a distinction in their minds between the common law and the ecclesiastical law but only in regards to the clergy, and certain matters of marriage and inheritance. In reality the so-called secular courts have long since taken over the major elements of enforcing the religious law.  
Hello, New Plymouth... the Mayflower Has Landed
- "...they knew they were pilgrims and [...] lifted their eyes to heaven, their dearest country and quieted their spirits..."
- -- William Bradford.
Notable Events: Science, Stagecoaches and the Submarine
- The Scientific Method Comes with Bacon -- Sir Francis Bacon publishes his New Method which is considered the first exposition of the scientific method taught in schools today, but so frequently set aside by scientists when funding is short. It's an occupational hazard. 
- The First Stagecoach Rolls Up -- It doesn't look like the Old West stagecoach. It is called a stagecoach because it travels along prearranged stations or stages. It's better than a wagon but not by much at this time. 
- Surprise! It's a Real Submarine! -- You have to row it, and it's just an experiment for the English Navy, but a Dutch engineer manages to build one with leather over a wooden frame. It can travel to a depth of 12 feet and King James took a ride in it. It was never used in combat. 
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