Sc history 1a interactive timeline midterm

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Eastern woodland indians

1000 - 1400

Hesse were the native people who lived in the eastern United States.

Mercantilism

1500 - 1800

The restriction on the colonies trade allowing all goods to go to England and tax control on Americans.

San Miguel de Guadeloup

1526 - 1527

First settlement on us soil.the settlement was abandoned after 3 months.(Spanish colony)

The Atlantic triangular slave trade

1600 - 1865

The European purchase of African slaves in return for European goods.called the triangular trade because of the journey from England ,to Africa the to New England looked like a triangular path

Rice and indigo trade

1600 - 1790

The major trade of cash crops to England from the americas

Proprietary colonie

1600 - 1789

We're granted as a payment by the king of England,privately owned,Includes pennsylvania

Cotton trade

1600 - 1900

Cotton trade brought in most of the econamy from the 1600-19000's as Europe would pay good money for the product

The 13 English colonies

1607 - 1733

The first establishments by English travelers,were founded.

Royal colony

1647 - 1776

The colonies created under English rule,which were controlled completely by the parlament

Plantation system

1700 - 1860

The econamy based on plantations operated by slaves in the u.s.

Yemessey war

1715 - 1717

Was a conflict between the British colinists,and the yemessee tribe of the native Americans.killed 7% of white colinists.

Stono rebellion

September 9,1739

Led by jemmy,(a.k.a." Cato"),who led around 60 armed slaves in a rebellion that resulted in the death of 22 whites.

French and Indian war

1754 - 1763

Also called the seven year's war it was fought between French allied with the native american's against British America.

The dredd Scott decision

1757

The case of a slave whose owner died in the north ,raised the conflict on whether he should be free or not.he was not freed.

The Cherokee war

1758 - 1761

Was the result of the tension between the former allies of great britan, the Native American revolt against great britan,that ended in a British victory.

The tea act

May 10,1763 - 1776

The tax on tea by the British that resulted in the Boston tea party .

The sugar act

April 5,1764 - 1766

The taxation on the sugar on Americans by Great Britain,enraged the colonies.

Regulator movement

1765 - 1771

The citezen's uprising in the Carolina's against corrupt colonial officials.

The stamp act

1765 - March 18,1766

The tax on paper on the colonies created to help pay for the French and Indian war.escalated the rebellion of the colonies.

The sons of liberty

1765 - 1776

The patriots that helped in the Boston tea party and many other rebellions against the British.

Revolutionary war

1775 - 1783

The American war of independence from great britian,resulting in the American victory.

He South Carolina constitution of 1776

1776

The formation of the state constitution in sc.

Declaration of Independence

July 4,1776 - 2013

The official declaration of separation by the colonies from great britian.

Slave codes

1780 - 1860

Codes adopted after the increase in slave uprisings,to help keep slave in line.

Battle of Camden

August 16,1780

The American defeat in South Carolina strengthening the hold of the Carolina's by general cornwallis

Battle of king's mountain

October 7,1780

The decisive patriot victory in the Carolinas resulting in the retreat of cornwallis's forces into South Carolina.

The 3/5 compromise

1781 - 1864

The compromise counting each slave as 3/5 of a person to help even out the seats in the house of representitives for slave states

Commerce compromise

1781

The right to regulate prices and goods imported or exported in the u.s.

Battle of cowpens

January 17,1781

The final battle in South Carolina,that crushed British forces in South Carolina,causing the British to permanently retreat from the state.

Articles of confederation

March 1,1781 - 1789

He establishment of the requirements established by the states,including the right to bear arms and the right to refuse unnecessary search and siezure

Attle of eutaw springs

September 7,1781

A tactical victory for the British ,but a strategic advantage for the patriots,as the British were low on supplies,and were weak and tired.

He great comprimise

1787 - 2013

Was the decision to created the two houses that we know as the House of Representatives,based on an population,and the senate which has an equal number,regardless of population

The constitution

September 17,1787 - 2013

The basic rights established by the states which remain as long as this country stands

Cotton gin

1793

Invented by Eli Whitney the cotton gin drove slavery on plantations,but made clothes easier to make.

Embargo act

1807 - 1809

The act enforced to refuse trade with Great Britain and French in counter of English capture of American merchants.

War of 1812

1812 - 1815

The war between British America and America which ended in a stalemate.

Denmark vesey plot

July 14,1822

The freed slave had purchased his freedom and tried to lead around 130 men in the largest potential slave revolt but was caught and hanged

Nullification crisis

1828 - 1833

The issue that ended in the ownership of slave as "property "that could be brought anywhere.

Abolitionist. Movement

1830 - 1870

The movement that was inspired by American abolistionist that worked to free slaves in the country

The Kansas Nebraska act

1854

The slavery decision which was made after a bloody wariness the state.

William t Sherman

1860

The northern general in the north who crushed the. Outh

Civil war

1860 - 1864

The American war between the slave states and the free states resulting in a union victory

Election of 1860

1860

The presidential election won by Lincoln which raised violoncello in the south.

Secessionist

1860

The supporters of the separation of the south

The birth of the confederacy

1861

The slave states became a separate country beginning in 1861,known as the confederacy

Battle of fort Sumter

April 11,1861

The battle that started the American civil war

Battle of port royal

November 7,1861

The battle on this fort was heavily defensive for the confederates but was given up after the strongly out numbered forces.

Robert smalls

May 12,1862

A slave who bought his freedom and became a captain of a ship which he used to free his family.

Total war

1864

The battle strategy thAt killed the south's morale

Lincoln's assassination

April 16,1865

The death of Lincoln who was shot in the head while watching a play by John Wilkes boothe