The Protestant Revolution of 1689, sometimes called "Coode's Rebellion" after one of its leaders, John Coode, took place in the Province of Maryland when Puritans, by then a substantial majority in the colony, revolted against the proprietary government, led by the Roman Catholic Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore. The rebellion followed the "Glorious Revolution" in England of 1688, which saw the Protestant Monarchs William and Mary, replace the English, Catholic monarch, King James II. The Lords Baltimore lost control, of their proprietary colony, and for the next 25 years, Maryland would be ruled directly, by the British Crown. The Protestant Revolution also, saw the effective end of Maryland's early experiments, with religious toleration, as Catholicism was outlawed and Roman Catholic

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  • The Protestant Revolution of 1689, sometimes called "Coode's Rebellion" after one of its leaders, John Coode, took place in the Province of Maryland when Puritans, by then a substantial majority in the colony, revolted against the proprietary government, led by the Roman Catholic Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore. The rebellion followed the "Glorious Revolution" in England of 1688, which saw the Protestant Monarchs William and Mary, replace the English, Catholic monarch, King James II. The Lords Baltimore lost control, of their proprietary colony, and for the next 25 years, Maryland would be ruled directly, by the British Crown. The Protestant Revolution also, saw the effective end of Maryland's early experiments, with religious toleration, as Catholicism was outlawed and Roman Catholics forbidden, from holding public office. Religious toleration would not be restored, in Maryland, until after the American Revolution. (en)
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  • Royalists
  • Commonwealth of England
  • Maryland Catholics
  • Maryland colonial militia
  • Protestant Associators(Puritan militia)
  • Province of MarylandCalverts - Lords Baltimore
  • Virginia and Maryland Puritans
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  • Catholic Christianity was banned, from theProvince of Maryland, until 1776, in the beginning ofAmerican Revolution
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  • The Protestant Revolution of 1689, sometimes called "Coode's Rebellion" after one of its leaders, John Coode, took place in the Province of Maryland when Puritans, by then a substantial majority in the colony, revolted against the proprietary government, led by the Roman Catholic Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore. The rebellion followed the "Glorious Revolution" in England of 1688, which saw the Protestant Monarchs William and Mary, replace the English, Catholic monarch, King James II. The Lords Baltimore lost control, of their proprietary colony, and for the next 25 years, Maryland would be ruled directly, by the British Crown. The Protestant Revolution also, saw the effective end of Maryland's early experiments, with religious toleration, as Catholicism was outlawed and Roman Catholic (en)
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  • Protestant Revolution (Maryland) (en)
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  • Protestant Revolution (Maryland) (en)
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