Visual Timeline: Stephen Hopkins

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1581 CE - 1644 CE: Life of Stephen Hopkins, Mayflower passenger, early member of Plymouth Colony.
1609 CE - 1610 CE: Stephen Hopkins is shipwrecked on Bermuda.
1610 CE - 1614 CE: Stephen Hopkins works as an indentured servant at Jamestown Colony in Virginia.
1614 CE - 1620 CE: Stephen Hopkins returns to England when his first wife dies; remarries and settles in London.
1620 CE: Stephen Hopkins leaves England with his family and servants aboard the Mayflower.
1620 CE: Stephen Hopkins participates in exploratory missions around Cape Cod; helps select site for Plymouth Colony.
1620 CE: Stephen Hopkins is among the signers of the Mayflower Compact.
1621 CE - 1622 CE: Stephen Hopkins helps build Plymouth Colony; participates in First Thanksgiving.
1621 CE: Stephen Hopkins welcomes the Native American Samoset into his home to spend the night; first positive interaction between Native Americans and immigrants.
1625 CE - 1640 CE: Stephen Hopkins operates a tavern in Plymouth Colony while also assisting William Bradford as governor.
1636 CE - 1638 CE: Stephen Hopkins fined for allowing people to drink in his tavern at Plymouth Colony on the sabbath.
1639 CE: Stephen Hopkins jailed for refusing to honor his contract with an indentured servant who had relations with a man that had killed a Native American.
1640 CE: Stephen Hopkins sells off his land around Plymouth Colony to move closer to Native American settlements.
1644 CE: Stephen Hopkins of Plymouth Colony dies of natural causes.
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