Native Americans who lived in the Eastern part of the now United States. They were here before the Spanish, British, etc. Biggest being the Cherokee.
1500 - 1700
16th century to late 18th century. Mercantilism is the goverment control of foreign colonies ensuring the military security of the country.
San Miguel de Gualdape
1526 - 1527
First settlement from Europe in the now existing United States, it only lasted for 3 months after being abandoned.
Triangle Slave Trade
1550 - 1800
The triangle lasted between the late 16th century and early 19th. The triangle trade was the trade between the America's, Africa, and Europe. They traded many things from spices, to raw materials, to slaves.
1600 - 1800
The plantation system was also known as the social control system. Most plantations were specialized in 1 crop like sugar or indigo.
13 English colonies
1607 - 1733
They were the colonies in the Americas that belonged to England. First colony in 1607, last in 1733
1624 - 1752
Royal colonies are ruled directly by the king.
South Carolina was a properatiary colony.
1650 - 1712
Codes restricting slaves many rights.
Rice and indigo
1680 - 1783
Rice and Indigo were major cash crops of South Carolina.
1715 - 1717
The yemassee war was a conflict between Bristish settlers between various Native American tribes.
The largest slave revolt by slaves in the colonies. September 9th, 1739.
French and Indian
1754 - 1763
A war between the French and English colonies.
1758 - 1761
War with the British Colonies and Native tribes?
1764 - 1776
High tax on sugar.
1765 - 1771
A North and South Carolina uprising against the citizens took up arms against corrupt officials.
Sons of Liberty
1765 - 1787
American patriots begining to rebel.
1765 - 1880
Tax on all paper products.
Tax on tea.
1775 - 1783
The rebellion of the colonists against the British forces. Colonists won making the USA.
Articles of Condfederation
The first constituion of the colonies, stating it is a union.
Declaration of Independence
Announced the colonies as a separate country.
south carolina constitution of 1776
The constitution for South Caorlina.
Battle of Camden
A major victory for the British.
Battle of kings Mountain
Victory for the patriots.
Battle of Cowpens
A Bristish win.
Battle of Eutaw springs
Last big battle in South Carolina, British one.
Compromise between the north and the south about the population of slaves, counting as 3/5.
A compromise between the North and South on how the government would regulate commerence.
The supreme law of the United States.
The Great Compromise
The compromise about the representation of how many representatives for each state.
Device that makes picking cotton a lot easier and faster.
The cotton trade started becoming popular in 1793 because of the cotton gin.
This movement was to secede with the United States.
Embargo against England and France.
War of 1812
1812 - 1815
Conflict with the British.
William T. Sherman
1820 - 1891
General of the USA, came up with total warfare.
Denmark Vesey Plot
Would have been one of the largest slave revolt in American History. But, word leaked and the leaders were executed.
1830 - 1870
Abolitionist movement tried to gain the emancipation of all slaves.
Crisis that Andrew Jacksons tariffs were null and there for not valid. Ended with Jackson's resignation.
1839 - 1915
Politician who was once a slave.
Creating the states Kansas and Nebraska therefor opening new lands, and territories.
Dred Scott Decision
Argument between Scott and and Stanford over a landmark decision.
Election of 1860
Big election of Abraham Lincoln.
Starting place of the civil war.
1861 - 1865
War between north and south, USA and CSA.
Creation of the CSA
1861 - 1865
Seven southern states seceded to form CSA, start of Civil War.
Biggest amphibious battle until D Day, battle of civil war at Port Royal.
1861 - 1865
Destructive war, total destruction, no crops, made so people hated war.