Historical Timeline


The French Revolution

July 1789 - November 1799

In the French Revolution, the French people rebelled against their King.

Jefferson was secretary of state

March 22, 1790 - December 31, 1793

Jefferson was secretary of the state and had multiple feuds with Hamilton and did many great things well secretary of state for many years and always had the people in mind.

The whiskey rebellion

January 1792 - November 1794

During the Whiskey Rebellion, Alexander Hamilton proposed to raise taxes on Whiskey and the farmers and people loved their whiskey to so they rebelled back.

Jays treaty

1793 - November 1794

During Jays Treaty representatives of the U.S. and Great Britain signed Jay's Treaty, which sought to settle outstanding issues between the two countries that had been left unresolved since American independence.

Neutrality Proclamation

April 22, 1793 - 1794

The Neutrality Proclamation is where George Washington issued a document saying that there was a neutral conflict between France and Great Britain because the U.S. couldn't withstand the war.

Battle of Fallen Timbers

August 20, 1794

At the battle of the Fallen Timbers Genral Wayne led American troops to a decisive victory against a confederation of Native Americans whose leaders included Chief Little Turtle, Chief Blue Jacket, and Chief Buckongahelas .

Treaty of greenville

August 3, 1795

The Treaty of Greenville it followed negotiations after the Native American loss at the Battle of Fallen Timbers a year earlier. It ended the Northwest Indian War in the Ohio Country and limited strategic parcels of land to the north and west.

Pickneys treaty

October 26, 1795 - October 27, 1795

Pickney's treaty defined the Friendships between the U.S. and Spain. It also defined the boundaries of the United States with the Spanish colonies and guaranteed the United States navigation rights on the Mississippi River.

Washington's Farewell Address


In 1796 Washington because he wants to lie his life and ful fill his life with his wife.