Change & Imperialism

Events

Wyoming 1st State in which women can vote

1869

James A. Garfield

1881

Tuskegee institute founded by Booker T. Washington

1881

Chester A. Arthur

1882 - 1885

Chinese Exclusion Act

1882

Pedleton Act, Booklyn Bridge completed and opens

1883

Grover Cleveland

1885 - 1889

Hull House Founded

1889

Benjamin Harrison

1889 - 1893

Sherman Anti-Trust Act, Alfred Mahn writes "The Influence of Sea Power upon History"

1890

Grover Cleveland

1893 - 1897

Plessy V. Ferguson

1896

William McKinley

1897 - 1901

Hawaii becomes U.S. Territory, Spanish- American War

1898

Boxer Rebellion

1900

Theodore Roosevelt

1901 - 1909

Ida Tarbell writes "The History of Standard Oil", Lincoln Steffens writes "The Shame of The Cities", Russo-Japanese War, Roosevelt Coroliary

1904

U.S. Forest Service Founded

1905

Pure Food and Drug Act, Upton Sinclair writes "The Jungle"

1906

William T. Taft

1909 - 1913

NAACP Founded

1909

Woodrow Wilson

1913 - 1921

16th Amendment, !7th Amendment, Federal Reserve System passed creating 12 banks

1913

Federal Trade Commission passed, Panama Canal completed and opens

1914

Pancho Villa burns Columbus, New Mexico

1916

U.S. declares war on Germany

1917

Treaty of Versailles, 18th Amendment

1919

19th Amendment

1920