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Clovics Indians

11,000,115,000 B.C

They appeared after the Glacial period. They also manufacture there own tools and bones.

Migrating

1,497,987 B.C

Humans started to migrate from Asia and Europe.

Paleo Indians

22,987 B.C

They were the first people to ever enter the American Contention.

The ice age

7,987 B.C

It's a long term of long-term reduction in the temperature of the Earth's surface and atmosphere.

Nile river

6000 B.C

The Nile River began in in Nubia.

The Sahara

3987 B.C - 2987 B.C

The Savanna desert started to dry up. This could have been the start of the worlds largest desert (Sahara).

Egyptians

3100 B.C

Egyptians were unified under on ruler called the " Pharaoh".

The Pyramids

2487 B.C

Giza, Egypt was built the Pyramids.

American Southwest

1987 B.C

that we're living in the American Southwest started to grow squash and corn. Then eventually started to grow beans and they later relied on the indian's " Three Sisters" ( corn, squash, beans).

The Olmec

1,500 B.C

Olmec introduced there traditions and skills. Now there people influence Mesoamerica for centuries.

The Population

1000 B.C

The entire population was 6.5 million people. Half of the the population lived in North Africa.

The Nubians

750 B.C

Nubians built their strongest and longest kingdom (Kush).

The Ruler of Nubia

600 B.C

Senkamenisken ruled Nubia.

Aksum Invasion

350 B.C

Aksum invaded Kush and later destroyed the kingdom.

patriot troops rowed across the icy river to New Jersey shore

December 25, 176

Al Qaeda/Osama Bin Laden

193 A.D

attempt to destroy the worls trade center/twin towers.

Middle Ages

400 A.D - 1400 A.D

This was called the "Middle Ages" also known as the Medieval Times. It separated from ancient time and modern time.

Germanic People

500 A.D

people from the north had successfully toppled the western part of the Roman Empire. That was called the "Germanic Invasion". There were new languages and new ways to take hold of Europe.

Islam religion founded?

600 A.D

Islam was founded by Muhammed in Arabia. People that we're following Islam were called " Muslim" . They moved southward in the year 1000.

Hopewell People

700 A.D

The Hopewell people took the hills and made big earth works for defense. Which means

Collapsed

750 A.D

Maya cities (the city) collapsed. Temples were burned down. Rulers were also burned at the stack. Scholars think the city was was destroyed by a revolution (there people).

The Vikings

800 A.D

were invaders that attacked from the north. They were called "Vikings". They raided, traded, and explored. They settled in wide areas like Asia, Europe, and north Atlantic islands.

Maya Culture

900 A.D

Maya culture declined in Guatemala lowlands

Vikings

1000 A.D

The vikings adventurer explored the coast of North America. One group was lead by Leif Ericson. They set up outpost which is something to do with there settlement. Other Norths man settled in to the European Society and became Christians

Ghana

1000 A.D

In the early 1000's Ghana dominated West Africa.

Army Of Muslims

1076 A.D

The army of the Muslims (Northeastern Africa) conquered Ghana which was strange because Ghana was much more wealthier and powerful than they were.

Aztecs

1200 A.D

The Aztecs invaders came from the north. They all went to the ballet of Mexico.

The rights of englishman

1215

rights of Englishman were first written down in the Magna Carta (Great Charter)

Hohokam And Anasazi

1300 A.D

The Hokoham and Anasazi cultures went into decline. Nobody knows why it did, some people that a drought happened and caused that to happened.

Mali's Famous Empire

1312 A.D

Mali's most famous ruler was " Mansa Musa" came to power. He made it one of the worlds largest Empires at the time. For all the his schools were all learning Muslim nothing else but that.

Mansa Musa

1324 A.D

Mansa Musa (Pilgrimage-Sacred City/ Journey) it showed wealth in his journey. 60,000 people dressed up with him during this journey (Persian Silk). Also 500 slaves followed him each carrying 5 LBS of Gold. There camels also had bags on there backs.

Settled Where?

1325 A.D

Aztecs settled on a snake-infested island in Lake Texcoco. They ate snakes to survive, and they eventually built the city Tenochtitlán.

Aztecs built Tenochtitlán

1325 A.D

Renaissance

1400 A.D

Renaissance spreade throughout Europe.

Two Richest Cities

1400 A.D

In the mid 1400's these two cities were apart of the richest and most powerful cities in Europe, for the Mediterranean sea( crossroads of the western world). The two cities were Vince and Genoa.

Prince Henry

1400 A.D

In the early 1400's Prince Henry became interested in the unknown ocean on Portugal's coastline. Many people thought that the sea boiled at the equator, filled with sea monsters, and ferocious.

Indians

1400 A.D

In the late 1400's more groups of Indians were entering the Southwest included the following two ( Apache, Navajo).

European Exploration

1400 A.D

In the 1400's Europe started ages of exploration that could carry voyagers to Africa, Asia, and America.

Portuguese Started to Grow?

1400 A.D

Portuguese started to grow Sugar Cane on the Cape Verde Islands off the African coast. Sugar cane is basically like sugar that is like a stick figure.

Portugal Enslaves

1400 A.D

Portugal had enslaved Africans to work overseas on plantations and Spain followed them.

Ordinary People

1400

first time ordinary people could afford bibles.

Mali Is Taken Control Of

1425 A.D

Led my the Muslims Sunni Ali Songhai took control of Mali. He was the fist king of Songhai Empire which was located in West Africa. Many cities were captured and destroyed including Mali and many more.

Portuguese Voyage

1440 A.D

voyagers had reached the mouth of the Senegal River.

Portuguese sailed?

1473 A.D

The Portuguese first sailed across the equator.

Cabot to England

1479 A.D

! Cabot set out to from England with a crew of eighteen. He crossed the Atlantic in two months and reached the northeastern coast of North America.

West Coast Of Africa

1482

built a fort on the West coast of Africa. During that time they would set up trading pots along the way, when they were making the fort. For the trading posts they would exchange goods at there local traders.

Christopher Columbus

1484 A.D

Columbus came to the king Portugal with a idea. The scientists (kings) thought that the math wasn't right at all. But Portuguese were making good progress exploring the African coast.

Barlolomaeu Dias

1487 A.D

Bartolomaeu Dias sailed around the tip of Africa.

Christopher Columbus/ Spain

1492 A.D

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/9a/Flag_of_Spain.svg After waiting six years Columbus was going to give up on Spain and offer his own service to France. Isabella's armies took Granada defeated them. The Monarchs achieved there goal/ dream. Now Spain was going to start to consider Columbus's dream.

Christopher Columbus

1492 A.D

Three ships were sailed by Christopher Columbus that landed in America (U.S.A).

The Three Ships

08/03/1492

Three ships, The Niña, Pinta, and Santa Marie left the harbor on the southwest course, Columbus wanted to meet latitudes. But the wind blew them west. He re-stocked his ships with wood, water, and meat.

Ferdinand and Isabella

January 1493

They sailed homeward with hopeful resorts for Ferdranand and Isabella.

Second Voyage

1493

He set out to establish a kingdom. Seventeen ships set out, they all carried stuff to re create Spain on the Hispaniola ( today what is known as Haiti and Dominican Republic)

Cabot From England

1497

set out from England with a crew of eighteen. He crossed the Atlantic in two months he reached the Northeastern of North America.

Portuguese explorers

1497 A.D

Portuguese explorer Vasco De Gama sailed out to fulfill the King's hope. He followed the route of Good Hope,then traveled north along the eastern coast of Africa to Malindi ( present day Kenya).

Cabot Sails Again

1498

Cabot again sailed west England hoping to reach Japan. He was never seen again.

Religious

1500

wars between Holland, France, and Germany.

The African trade was apart of the Atlantic World

1500

Filipinos

1500 A.D

Filipinos were brought to Mexico with a few Japanese, Chines, and Cambodians were also slave in Spain's American colonies. But the slave trade for the Asians were never really large.

Tensions With Catholics And Protestants

1500

with the Catholics and the Protestants in France. The french king was Catholic, but a growing number of French people were starting to be Protestants.

Africans Were Brought To America

1500 A.D

75,000 Africans were brought over to America to work as slaves.

Gold And Silver

1500 A.D

American Gold/Silver made Spain a rich nation.

Mariner

1501

Mariner explored South America's coast for Portugal. Amerigo Vespucci thought he saw Asia and wasn't. It was quoted another continent.

Columbus Dies

1506 A.D


Columbus Died (treatment by the Monarchs).

The Lookout

October 1506

The lookout on the Pinta sighted land. No one was sure where Columbus landed.

Leon

1508

Leon led the first exploration to Puerto Rico. He found gold, Soon Indians were mad to mine streams for gold, grew food for Spaniards, and carried their burdens. Leon became the richest man in the west Indies.

The Spanish

1509 A.D

The Spanish conquistadors invaded Jamaica.

Diego Valazquez

1511 A.D

Valazquez conquered Cuba. He terrorized and massacred the Arawak.

Vasco Núñez

1513

Vasco Núñez had many of Spanish adventures with Columbus. They went to the settlement at Darien on the Atlantic side of Isthmus of Panama.There Balboa heard Indian reports of another ocean. To find it Balboa formed a expedition.

The Five Groups

1513 A.D

(Five different groups) Iroquois- The Cayuya, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, and Seneca all joined as a group.

Las Casas

1514

Las Casas freed his Indians and gave up his Island grant. For the next fifty years he fought against people that abused the Indians. They called him "Protector of Indians"

Johann Tetzel

October 1517

Johann Tetzel was a Roman Catholic monk. A crowd had gathered around him and he sold forgiven for sins.

The King Of Spain

1518

The king of Spain was introduced to Ferinand Magellan who was born in Portugal. He was a navigator who had sailed with Portuguese ships to India and the the Spice Islands. He laid out a plan to sail west to the Indies. He told the king that there was or could find a underwater passage.

Cortes Landed?

1519 A.D

Cortes landed on the coast of Yucatan. There would be challenged by the Mayan army of 12,000. The mayans probably would have defeated if the Cortes had not sent out his small calvary.

Magellan

1519

Magellan set off from Spain with five ships and two hundred and forty men. The ships crossed the Atlantic (rough) and turn south along the coast of South America.

Cortes Set Out to Tenochtitlan

August 1519

Cortes set out to Tenochtitlan. Along the way he courted to the many Indian groups resented the Aztec ruler.

Ponce De Leon

1521 A.D

Ponce De Leon returned to Flordia with 200 men and he landed on the west coast.

Victoria

1522

Victoria and it's crew of Europeans and four Indians arrived home.

King Afonso

1526 A.D

King Afonso, ruler of Kongo Kingdom. He protested the slave trade in a letter to the King of Portuguese.

Narvaez

1527 A.D


A force of 400 set out with Narvaez to Rio Grande.

Naravaez divided his group

April 1528

Narvaez divided his group but still went to Rio Grande. Narvaez's group headed inland and wandered for awhile.

80 Men Beached?

November 1528

80 men beached near present day Galveston, Texas. By spring only 15 were alive. They spent years as slaves and Indians.

Marcos De Niza

1530 A.D

He sent out a small group scouting party on the trail North. The head of this group is Marcos De Niza.

Francisco Pizzarro

1531 A.D

Francisco Pizzarro and 180 men set off to for the Northern part of Peru.

Lima

1535 A.D

Lima was founded

Spanish Outpost

1536 A.D

They reached as a Spanish outpost welcomed as heros, The four survivors were soon in Mexico City.

Cornado Landed?

1539 A.D

He had landed at Tampa Bay with a force of 600 fighting men.

Three expeditions

1539 - 1542

The three expeditions headed north, each hoped to find Cibola, Franciso and Vasques De Coronado.

Winter Cornado

1540 - 1541

Winter cornado first met the Plains Indians.

Coronado

1540 A.D

Coronado was ready to head north. His expedition came from the north coast of Mexico. There were 300 soldiers, servants and there children took care of 5,000 sheep, 500 head of cattle, 600 pack mules, and 5552 horses.

Verrazano Sailed

1542

Verrazano sailed westward to look for a Northwest passage.

The Prodiam

1542

The Prodaim strict rules over how Indians should be treated. The new rules came to the Indians. But most of them were already been wiped out or from cruel treatmnts

De Soto

1542 A.D

De Soto died of a fever along the lower Mississippi River to prevent the Indians to know about his death.

Juan Rodriguez

1542 A.D

North Americas west coast Juan Rodriguez cabrillo set sail from Navidad, Mexico.

The Spanish

1547

Spanish plotted to return England Catholicism.

French Colonists

1564

group of french colonists established Fort Caroline present day Jacksonville,Fl. Nobleman thought they would find gold.

France's Fort

1565

Fort Caroline was destroyed by the Spanish.

Drake's Ship

1567

ship sailed and had been attacked by Spanish sailors.

Famous Accomplishment

1578

most famous accomplishment was when a ship sailed straight of Magellan.

England's first colony nagan

1585

White Set Sail With His Daughter

1587

set sailed with his daughter, son in-law, and more than 100 men/women. They repaired earlier settlers cottages in Roanoke.

Roanoke Colonist

1587

colonist thought that white should do a trip to England.

White Got Stuck!

1588

got stuck in England. A relief ship was supposed to have come. But instead in every ship sailor had to fight against "Spanish Armada".

The Armada

1588

summer time, The Armada of 130 ships sailed forth. It carried 8,000 sailors, 19,000 soldiers, and hundreds of Priest.

White finally reached Roanoke

1591

Samuel De Canplain

1600

Samuel De Champlain founded a french Captain.

Two Clusters

1600

were two clusters of English colonist in America.

Immigrants

1600

of immigrants came to tabocco farms for labor.

English stopped in the middle result of civil war turmoil

1600

Africans

1600

of Africans n Virginia whether servants are free or remained small.

Many families went to backcountry to escape Agriculture

1600

Mexico

1600 A.D

Mexico's population was 25 million in 1500 then shrunk to 2 million.

New England's minister was effected by Cotton Mather

1600

The Spanish Divided

1600 A.D

The Spanish divided the land into huge estates. The systems of Indians to the land was stopped.

The Southern colonies moved toward plaintations for Agriculture

1600

King James

1606

James granted each company of charter to set up outposts in the north.

Three ships

December 1606

ships set sail with 100 men and boys=, who were all volunteers.

Jamestown was found

1607

Virginia's population went to 2,500

1607

sales went down.

The ships entered the Great Bay

April 1607

Dutch Merchants

1609

Dutch Merchants hired an English man. Henry HUdson to find a route to China in a small ship called "Half Moon".

Smith was hurt in a Gunpowder explosion

1609

Trip again to North America

1610

Henry made another trip to North America. He sailed under banner of his own country (England).

Populations in Virginia was 600

1619

House of Burgesses was eastablished

1619

Dutch Ship

1619

Dutch ship carried 20 Africans as servants that were indentured. They were the first Africans to be brought to the colonies.

New England Colony's population (500 settlers)

1620

The mayflower

November 1620

Mayflower arrived off the cape Cod on the Massachusetts coast.

The Fall

1621

in in the fall there was the three day celebration (thanksgiving).

Virginia's population 2,000

1621

The Powhatan killed one third of Virginians colonist

1622

Massachusetts Bay

1629

bay company had been given to a royal charter to settle in the land of New England.

Settlers fled from New England due to problems

1630

Puritan Families

1630

of of Puritan families pored out of England America, who were emigrants (40,000).

Great migration Begins

1630

The Migration Stated

March 1630

migration started! A fleet ship II carried 400 passengers, 240 cows, and 60 horses. The arrival doubled the white population of New England.

Maryland Founded

1634

Harvard college was found

1636

Williams and his group

1636

and a small group was found colony and became Rhode Island.

Hutchinson left to Rhode Island

1638

left to Rhode Island (Rogue Island) by people in Massachusetts.

All beaver in the Hudson were trapped

1640

The civil war started

1642

rebellion against Charles I

Dutch Ship

1647

Dutch Ship arrived in New Amsterdam carrying a new governor.

Defeating and beheaded the king

1649

First navigation Act

1651

Jewish

1654

Jewish settlers arrived in Stuyvesant and didn't allow them out. He wrote the West Indies a letter about what he should do.

New Netherlands

1655

wanted to expand New Netherlands attacked the neighboring colony of New Sweden.

The Puritans ruled England

1660

The French empire in the North America and the under the Great Lakes

1660

The Labor system started to change

1660

English Seized New Netherland

1664

The colony surrender without a fight

August 1664

La Salle took notes as the Seneca told about there homeland

1668 - 1669

First Charles town built

1670

Marquette and Joliet explored Mississippi

1673

A missionary priest and fur trader (Louis Joilet) set out to find the truth

1673

The Puritan

1675

Puritan Colonies went to war with New England Indians over land.

First challenge to English authority comes from Virginia

1676

Bacons rebellion

1676

Leing of France gave Le Salle request

1677

La Salle crossed the Great Lakes by boat

1679

Pueblo Warriors

August 1680

Pueblo Warriors encircled Santa Fe, demanding the Spanish leave.

La salle set out with 23 french colonist and 31 Indians

December 1681

Pennsylvania founded

1682

La Salle reaches Gulf Of Mexico

1682

La Salle set out to France to establish Mississippi Delta

1684

The kind of France

1685

The king of France began persecuting the French (aka Huguenots).

Glorious revolution in England

1688

The kind was making plans to return England and Cathlicism

1688

English bill of rights

1689

The conflict broadened in when France and England to war

1689

King Williams war begin

1689

The Crown Force

1691

Crown Forced a new charter in Massachusetts. The governor was chosen by crown.

Salem witchcraft trails

1692

A believer in witchcraft caused a panic in Massachusetts

1692

Mississippian Culture

1700 A.D

Some parts of Mississippian culture lasted till late 1700's. This culture included the Europeans in lower Mississippi. Later Indians couldn't say who built the mounds. But the Southeast Indian cultures were descendants to the mound builders.

Colonial Government

1700

!!The colonial governments are followed a similar pattern, each colony was ruled by a governor. They guy must be white and over 21.

Woman Rights

1700

had few rights. Men spoke for them, they had no independent status. Finally they made a law for freedom of womankind.

Shipbuilding and fishing mad Boston the richest and largest

1700

New group of people came derectly from England

1700

Languages you can study in New England

1700


German
Spanish
Italian
Portuguese
Latin
Greek
Hebrew
Arabic

Colonies grouped

1700

Colonies, The Middle colonies, and The Southern Colonies

There were few white servants on Plantations

1700

More than 20% Southerners were black

1700

Population of France (1,500)

1700

France held the two main access points to the interior

1700

Queen Anne's War

1702 - 1748

Scotland merged with Scotland to make the United Kingdom

1707

All of London were curious about royal visters (4 kings)

1710

Christopher Hussey was caught in a storm and driven far out (Alantic)

1712

New Orleans

1718

More French settlements in Louisiana, and other forts along the Mississippi

1718

25% of New Englanders belonged to chruches

1720

Philadelphia had dozens of shipyards

1720

Cotton Martger led the campaign in New England

1721

Five nations put together

1722


Mohawk
Oheida
Ohondaga
Seneca

The crown

1729

crown took over Caroline from proprietors. That were in divided colonies. Which were north and South Carolina.

One more colony

1732

more colony, Georgia was founded. The English government found it as a military outpost.

Georgia Founded

1732

The governor's supporters were defeated in a city election

1734

Zener trial

1735

America's bet Lawyer

1735

best lawyer in Philadelphia defended in Zenger trial.

A Poem

1736

poem printed called for Equal Laws "More Freedom For Womankind" or give men kind less.

Great awakening

1740

Ministers sent from house to house telling them to return to there faith

1740

George's War

1744 - 1748

Oglethorpe

1750

overturned after settlers complained. He outlawed trading with Indians. Limited how much land was owned and large slavery plantations, grew rapidly.

Philadelphia led the region to best ship building

1750

French colonist numbered barely 80,00, compared over 1,000,000

1750

The British called a meeting at Albany

1754

Albany plan of union rejected

1754

22 year old Virginian mounted there best horse

April 1754

General Edward Braddock made a second attempt

1755

Seven years war begin

1756 - 1763

Ohio Valley was to be settled by the fate of Canada

1759

Groups of Boston Merchants wen to court

1761

King George the third

1763

He decided to leave 10,000 British soldiers behind.

Treaty of Paris

1763

Stamp Act Passed

1765

Parliament passed the stamp act and the colonist runited

1765

Parliament cancelled the stamp Act.

1766

Town shed Acts passed

1767

Parliament passed his plan 9 (town shed Act.)

1767

A mission was founded in San Diego

1769

Boston Massacre

1770

Adams organized a committee of Correspondence

1772

That was for to keep communication.

Boston Tea Party

1773

Sams Adam wrote, I wish we could arouse the continent

1773

Phillis Wheatley poems were published

1773

Hewes and others destroyed 342 chests of tea

December 1773

Ann Lee came to the U.S from England

1774

King George took first choice, mastering the colonies

1774

Intolerable Acts Passed

1774

First Continental Congress

1774

The intolerable acts answered wishes

1774

Rhode island and Connecticut restricted the slave trade

1774

Delegates from the committee of correspondence met in Philadelphia

1774

Colonists began preparing to fight

1774

Battles of Lexington and Conord

1775

Second Continental Congress

1775

Kentucky had 100 white settlers

1775

Many pioneers settled south of Ohio

1775

The battles in north had brought them, no nearer victory

1775

Bonhomme Richard

A band of rowdey back woodsmen stormed Britans Fort Ticonderga

1775

Second Continental congress met in Philadelphia

1775

Henry delivered his most famous speech

March 1775

Revolutionary began

April 19, 1775

George Washington and his officers

June 1775

They left on horseback for Massachusetts.

Declaration of Independence adopted

1776

Battle of Trenton

1776

American Revolution each of 13 colonies formed government

1776 - 1780

46 paged pamphlet jolted American out of there communities

January 1776

Declaration of Independence signed

1776

Continental congress had begun work on a plan for national government

1776

Abigail Adams

March 1776

She was the wife of John Adams watched the British 170 ships, carrying 9,00 soldiers, and 1,000 American loyalist.

Richard Henry Lee of Virginia

June 1776

He presented the continental congress with several resolutions or proposals to be voted on.

Britans general William Howe finally made his move

July 1776

He moved from nova scotia.First seaborne army ever launched.

Congress Began debating Lee's resoultion

July 1776

Washington and his army spent the winter at Valley Forge

1777 - 1778

Lafayette had volunteered with Washington's men

1777

Vermont band slavery

1777

Battle of Princeton

1777

Battle of Saratoga

1777

Howe sent out to Philadelphia

1777

Army spent the winter with Washington at Valley Forge

1777 - 1778

Britain had more than 100 warships off the American coast

1777

Geroge Rogers Clark

1778

He was a explorer who walked into the offices of Virginia's governor.

France joins the war

1778

New France forged a alliance with the new nation

1778

Von Stebun arrived at Valley Forge in the spring

1778

Clark traveled down the Ohio river with 175 Virginias

1778

Bonhomme Richard patrolling along the east coast of England

1779

Twelve states had ratified the articles

1779

John Paul Jones left the french port in command of a small fleet of privateers

1779

General Bernardo De Galvez

1779 - 1780

He is the Spanish governor of Louisiana captured British strongholds of Natchez and Baton Rouge.

Clark anf hid men sent out to Kaskaskia

1779

Washington put a new general Natanel Greene in charge of the southern army

1780

Arnold turned traitor and joined the British

1780

British capture Charleston

1780

Facing veteran British troops at famen, Baron de Kalb's force

1780

Americans panicked!

A patriot force of frontier guerrillas slaughted most of the British force

October 1780

British sailed them from New York and captured the port of Savannah

November 1780

Articles of Confederation

1781

Battle of Yorktown

1781

7 months, the victory of Yorktown

March 1781

Cornwallis surrendered his army of 8,000

October 19, 1781

The US managed to avoid war and preserve the boundaries

1783

Treaty of Paris

1783

Several hundred soldiers surrender, in Philadelphia

June 1783

Ordinance of 1785

1785

Congress passed a ordinance calling the lard to be surveyed

1785

Convention held at Annapolis

1786

Farmers of Massachusetts protested at court

1786

Shay Rebellion starts

1786

Shay and several hundred other followers protested in Springfield

1786

Congress passed the northwest ordinance

1787

Constitutions Begins

1787 A.D

Northwest Ordinance

1787

Constitutional convention meets

1787

Disagreed with Randolph that the nation was in d anger

1787

The convention in Philadelphia

May 1787

Delegates gathered for the last time

September 17, 1787

Constitution becomes a law

1788

Nine states were made a law

June 1788

French people launched their own revolution

1789

French revolution begun

1789

A male field was 300.00$

1790

France was in trumoil

1790

First bank was established

1791

The colony slaves rebelled

1791

Bill of rights added

1791

Washington was re-ecleted

1792

Jefferson anouced that the US would be friendly

1793

-Impartial to both sides of war

Spain,Great Britain, and Indian nations were all struggling with americans

1793

Allen started a Methodist church for African Americans

1794

The result was Jays Treaty signed in late

1794

Learning that the war drums were beating

1794

Washington asked congress to start a navy and buy warships

1794

Whiskey rebellion

1794

Washington faced another challenge

1794

-The task on Whisky
-They made there grain in

Hamiliton at his side a army of 13,000 soldiers in Pennsylvania

1794

Washington ordered wayne to march toward the Fort of Miami

1794

Battle of the fallen timbers

1794

Relations between the US and France were tense

1797

John Adams becomes president

1797

Kentucky and Virginia's resulotion

1798 - 1799

Alien and Sedition Acts

1798

The federalist congress passed

1798

The passed resolution (statements) written by Jefferson & Madison

1798 - 1799

US government need guns to supply its armed forces

1798

Adams moved to newly built capital city Washington, D.C

1800

The election was a contest between John Adams & Thomas jefferson

1800

New French leader Napoleon Bonaparte came to power

1800

New Engenders were trading along the Oregon coast

1800

Kentucky & Tennessee are both states

1800

Whitney had not yet delivered the guns to the government

1800

Jefferson becomes president

1801

Louisiana purchased

1803

Ohio entered the union

1803

Lewis & Clark set out in the summer

1803

Marbury Vs Madison

1803

Lewis & Clark expeditions begins

1804

A expedition led by an army officer left St.louis

1805

The embargo act passed

1807

Robert Fulton launches cermont

1807

The embargo became a major issue in the election

1808

Madison becomes president

1809

King Phillips War

1810

shows a battle during King Phillips War.

Mexican revolt against Spain

1810

Harrison led the army to defeat the Indians at Tippecanoe

1811

Battle of Tippecanoe

1811

New Orleans ha about 450 slaves gathered together after a plantation rebolt

1811

(Jackson) British at at New Orleans made him War hero

1812

The war had two main parts

1812

Britain was still tied up with famine

1812 - 1814

After War

1812

Government was encouraging Indians to move west of the Mississippi river.

War with Britain begins

1812

The Americans had begun to build a fleet on the shores of lake erie

1812 - 1813

Russian trading post reached almost as far south (San Francisco)

1812

Cotton made up of 1/3 of exports

1812

British burn Washingtion, D.C

1814

Trenty of Ghent

1814

British ships sailed into Chesapeake bay & left troops on Maryland shore

August 1814

Sent a force from Canada across lake Champlain

September 1814

Dozens of ships carrying 7,500 British troops

December 1814

Battle of New Orleans

1815

The British attacked in crisp formation

January 8, 1815

General Andrew Jackson was ordered to crush seminole

1817

The rush bagot treaty

1817

Adams-onis treaty

1819

Stephen H. tried to fins the red river

1820

Missouri Compromise

1820

The city's population swelled from less than 125,00 to more than 20,000

1820 - 1830

-New york

First public high school in Boston

1821

First public high school opened

1821

Mexican independence

1821

Stephen Austins son led the first group of Americans to the Austin Grant

1821

Monroe Doctrine

1823

President Monroe is sued by Monroe Doctrine

1823

Becknell became first western trader to carry goods by Conestoga wagons

1824

Erie Canal became the most important route between the Atlantic

1825

Erie Canal Completea

1825

Sojourner gained her freedom when New York abolished slavery

1827

The Cherokee

1827

The Cherokee went further. They adopted the constitution based on the US.

Smith Headed to California

1827

Jackson won the election by a landslide

1828

Rematch between Jackson's and Adams

1828

Smith went northward and head to Oregon

1828

Andrew Jackson becomes president

1829

Washington, D.C

March 14, 1829

Washington, D.C was full of excitement because of Jackson being sworn into being president.

A Church founded by Joesph SMith

1830

Mexico closed Texas to Anglo-american

1830

The settlers on banned the intro of more slaves

Indian removal Act

1830

Texas population- 30,000

1830

Inventors adapted steam power to another kind of transportation

1830

Teaching slaves

1831

Teaching them to read had been illegal since Nat Turners Rebellion

Boston started there newspaper to urge the abolition of slavery

1831

The liberator begins publication

1831

Nat turners rebellion

1831

A sauk cheif named Black Hawk tried to lead people back to there homes

1832

Chief Justice John Marshall ruled in favor of the Cherokees

1832

South Carolina nullifies tariffs

1832

Houston moved to Texas to practice

1832

Congress passed a compromise tariff and South Carolina stayed in the union

1833

Santa Ann had become Mexico's dictator

1834

Seminole War begins

1835

The Seminole Indians refused their lands in Florida

1835

Republic of Texas established

1836

Texas asked for them to be added to the union

1836

Battle of San Jacinto

1836

Texas declares independence

1836

First woman's collage opened

1836

Battle of the Alamo

1836

Santa Ann and his troop attacked San Atonio

February 23, 1836

American General a truce to discuss peace with Osceola

1837

The panic was one of the first depressions in American history

1837

90% of factories that people worked at closed

1837

The depression

1837

Was caused by the panic.

Irish And Germans

1840

Thousands of Irish's and Germans immigrants landed on American shores.

The election was much more than a image!

1840

It was a issue because Harrison's dad owned a plantation when he was a young boy.

Whigs

1840

He chose William Henry Harrison of Ohio to tun for President and John Taylor of Virginia to tun for Vice president.

Harrison elected as president

1840

Antislavery movement gathered in London.

1840

More than 2,000 groups crossed through the north

1840

The field price jumped up to 1,000.00$

1840

500,000 pledges had been signed

1843

Polk elected president

1844

Irish Pataos famine began

1845

Kearney's troops joined the American rebelling against Mexican rule

1846

Congress reacted by declaring war on Mexico

May 1846

Mormon migration to utah

1847

Levi Strauss came to the U.S

1847

American control of California was unchalleneged

1847

Seneca falls convention

1848

California gold rush

1849

250,000 people came to California

1849 - 1852

It was one of the biggest migrations.

The North

1850

The north had more wealth,factories,bigger cities, and more people than the south.

Compromise of 1850

1850

Nativists organized a political party known as know-nothing party

1850

Many northern states had elementary schools paid by public taxes

1850

Boston, New York, Philidalia, and Baltimore

1850

These cities were almost a quarter of Irish

Numbers jumped to 9,000 miles the Era canal was over!

1850

Moby-Dick Published

1851

Uncle Tom's Cabin published

1852

Mexico sol the U.S a strip of land across

1853

That is known as New Mexico and Arizonio for 10 million dollars.

Gadsden purchase

1853

Mexican war ended with treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

1853

Walden published

1854

Slavery

1854

Slavery issue once more entered the halls of congress.

Anitslavery

1854

This group of antislavery northerns banded together and organized the Republican party in the sumer.

Congressional

1854

Congressional election , republicans defeated 35 of the 42 northerns democrats.

Kansas- Nebraska Act

1854

Kansas

1856

Kansas had two governments, official proslavery government, and official antislavery government.

Proslavery

May 1856

A proslavery group attacked the Kansas town of lawrence. They burned homes and stores.

A Landmark

1857

A landmark case in the slavery debate came before the supreme court. http://publications.newberry.org/lincoln/files/display/155/fullsize

Dred Scott Case

1857

Congressional Election

1858

Congressional election, the republicans again campaigned against northern democrats willing to make a deal with the souyh.

John Brown raid

1859

John Brown

October 16, 1859

John Brown and 18 followers,13 whites, and 5 blacks attacked the the US arsenal at Harper's Ferry in Western Virginia.

4 million African Americans were laboring as slaves

1860

The election

1860

The election could be seen as two different races, one in the North and one in the South.

South Carolinia

December 20, 1860

South Carolina led the way, seceding from the union.

Fort Sumter attacked

1861

The union

1861

The union was completely unprepared for war.

Union Troops

1861

The union troops in the west spent most of there time preparing for war.

Lincoln becomes president

1861

Confederacy established

1861

Lincoln becomes president

1861

Civil Warbegins

1861

Lincoln

April 4, 1861

Lincoln announced that he he was sending relief expeditions to both Fort Sumter and Fort Pickens.

The confederate

May 1861

The confederate congress voted to set-up its capital in Richmond, Virginia.!!

Union

July 18, 1861

Union troops began the march of Manassas.

The Union 2

1862

The union took most of the confederacy major harbors. For example important Atlantic Harbor.

Virginia and Moniatr clashes

1862

Mcclellan

1862

Mcclellan finally made his move. He planned to attack Richmond by way of York Peninsula.

General Ulyaaes S. Grant

February 1862

General Ulyaaes S. Grant made a bold move to take Tennessee.

Lincoln

January 1, 1863

Lincoln announced to free all slaves in rebelling states.

Emancipation proclamation

1863

Gettysburg address

1863

General Grant

July 4, 1863

He had finally taken Vicksburg after a three month siege.

Sherman's march through Georgia

1864

Sherman took Atlanta in September

September 1864

Lincoln was assassinated

1865

Confederacy surrenders

1865

A union fleet

April 25, 1869

A union fleet led by David Farragut took New Orleans.

Woman with no education ended

1880

The maine

1898 A.D

War

The Lusitania

1917 A.D

Pilgrims settled in Plymouth

1920

Pearl Harbor

1941 A.D

U.S.A

1941 A.D

enter WWII following the attack on Pearl Harbor.

WWII WIns

1945 A.D

and their allies won.

The C old War Begins

1948 A.D

U.S.S.R

1982 A.D

Afghanistan (USA helps Afghanistan through Osma Bin Landin).

U.S.S.R Withdraws

1988 A.D

They withdraw from Afghanistan, it dissolves and becomes Russia, Taiban and Al Queda gain power in Afghanistan.

USA Declares War

2001 A.D

declare war against terrorism. USA and allies attack Allies attacked Al Qaeda In Afghanistan. USA Creates "Homeland Security"

Al Qaeda Attacks The USA

09/11/2001

attacked the USA by hijacking airplanes and using there missiles world trade center/twin towers- New York Ciy.

USA Military attacks Al Qaeda In Irag

2003 A.D

USA Locates And Kills Osama Bin Laden In Pakistan

May 2011

USA Exits Iraq

December 2011

USA Forces Remain In Afghanistan

2013 A.D

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USA Forces

December 2014

schedule to leave Afghanistan.