Historical Events in 1676

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  • Friday 12
  • Saturday 13
  • Sunday 14
  • Monday 15
  • Tuesday 16
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  • Friday 19
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  • Sunday 21
  • Monday 22
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  • Thursday 25
  • Friday 26
  • Saturday 27
  • Sunday 28
  • Monday 29
  • Tuesday 30
  • Jan 29th Feodor III succeeds his father and becomes Tsar of Russia.
  • Feb 10th Wampanoag Indians under King Philip kill all men in Lancaster Mass
  • Apr 18th Sudbury, Massachussetts, attacked by Indians
  • Apr 22nd Battle of Etna - Neth/Spain vs France, M de Ruyter fatally wounded
  • May 10th Bacon's Rebellion begins, frontiersmen vs Virginia government
  • Jun 1st Battle of Öland - a naval battle between allied Danish-Dutch and Swedish fleets in the Baltic Sea, part of the Scanian War (1675–79) for supremacy over the southern Baltic. Allied victory, two Swedish commanders killed.
  • Jun 2nd Battle at Palermo: French beats Dutch/Spanish fleet
  • Jun 11th Battle at Öland: Danish & Dutch fleet under CM Tromp beats Sweden
  • Jul 29th Nathaniel Bacon declared a rebel for assembling frontiersmen to protect settlers from Indians
  • Aug 3rd Nathaniel Bacon publishes "Declaration of People of Virginia"
  • Aug 12th 1st war between American colonists & Indians ends in New England
  • Sep 19th Rebels under Nathaniel Bacon set Jamestown Va on fire
  • Sep 21st Benedetto Odescalchi elected as Pope Innocent XI
  • Oct 27th Poland & Turkey sign Peace of Warsaw
  • Nov 3rd Kara Mustafa succeeds Ahmed Kiprulu as Turkish grand vizier
  • Nov 6th King Carlos II of Spain comes of age (at 15)
  • Nov 16th 1st colonial prison organized, Nantucket Mass
  • Dec 3rd Battle of Lund (Scanian War): Swedish army of 8,000 defeats much larger joint Danish/Dutch force of 13,000
  • Dec 4th Battle of Lund: A Danish army under the command of King Christian V of Denmark engages the Swedish army commanded by Field Marshal Simon Grundel-Helmfelt.