Social Studies Timeline


Eastern woodland Indians

1,200 B.C - 500 B.C

The Eastern Woodland Indians were a groupe of people who lived in vilages from the Mississippi River to the east coast. Their culture was based on the nature around them. The main two tribes under this group were the Iroquois, and the Cherokee.

Cotton Trade

100 - 200

Triangle Slave Trade

1450 - 1750

The triangle trade began during the fifteenth century. This was when Africans were being transported from Africa to America. Then the Americas would send the cotton and other goods over to the Europen countries. Finaly the Europen countries would send their goods over to Africa countires.

San Miguel de Gualdape

1475 - 1526

This was the first European settlement in the United States teritories. Founded by the spanish. This settlment only lasted about three months befor being abandoned in early 1527.

The Thirteen Colonies

1585 - 1732

These 13 Colinies were settlment along the East Coast. All formed by people from Spain, France, Sweden, Holland, and England. Jamestown was the very first perminint colonny that was controlled by the English.


1600 - 1800

This was when the English enforced four different laws to make sure the trade balance was proper.
The four different laws
Only English or English colonial ships could carry cargo between imperial ports.
Certain goods, including tobacco, rice, and furs, could not be shipped to foreign nations except through England or Scotland.
The English Parliament would pay “bounties” to Americans who produced certain raw goods, while raising protectionist tariffs on the same goods produced in other nations.
Americans could not compete with English manufacturers in large-scale manufacturing.

Proprietary Colony

1663 - 1729

This was a grope of English settlers who moved to the new world but still followed their home countries rules and beliefs .

Rice and indigo tread

1680 - 1730

These were two goods that were part of the triangular trade. Also these so products were part of trade though out the colonies.

Stono Rebellion

September 8, 1739 - September 9, 1739

This was the largest rebellion by slaves in the American colonies. Tips rebellion was held in South Carolina . As a result of this the punishment was hacking.

French and Indian War

1754 - 1763

This was a way that expanded over a seven year period. There was tension between the French english and Indians over land.

Cherokee War

1758 - 1761

This war was between the British and charokee Indians . The war took place during the French and indian war.

Sugar Act

1764 - 1765

The sugar act put a 3 cent tax on foreign sugar.this act also increased other goods like coffee and indigo.

Revolutionary War

1764 - 1789

This war was the war that broke the 13 colonies away from British rule. After many taxes put on the colonies they were tired of taking orders from the British.

Stamp Act

1765 - 1766

They created the sugar act to try to minimize prices on trading goods. This act is also part of the Revenue Act.

Daughters of Liberty

1765 - 1776

Sons of Liberty

1765 - 1776

The Sons of Liberty were a group of men who united to protect the America. Sons of Liberty were formed during the stamp act of 1765. The men were filled with anger over these new taxes that they abnded together to stand for their belifs.

Regulator Movement

1765 - 1771

The Regulkator's Movment took pleace in both North and South Carolnia.

Tea Act

1773 - 1774

In 1773 the conlonist were forced to purchase their tea from East India Company or they could have no tea at all. This was becasue the East India Company was not doing well in profit at that time and the British wanted to help boost sales.

South Carolina Constitution of 1776

March 26, 1776 - March 27, 1776

Battle of camden

1779 - 1780

This battle took place in South Carolina. It was mainly British and germans fishting agains the colonies. This Britsh did win this battle. In this battle the British were out numbered by American men.

Battle of Kings Mountain

1780 - 1781

This battle was held on the North Carolina, South Carolina border. This battle was a success by the Patriots of the Americans.

Battle of cowpens


The Battle of Cowpens ended in victory for the Americans! This took place after the Battle of Camden. The number of men killed in action was rather low. Only around 150.

Articles of Confederation

1781 - 1789

Battle of Eutaw Springs

September 8, 1781 - September 9, 1781

3/5 Compromise

1787 - 1788

Commerce Compromise

1787 - 1788


1787 - 1788

Cotton Gin

1793 - 1794

Great Compromise

1797 - 1800

Embargo Act

1807 - 1808

War of 1812

1812 - 1813

Plantation System

1877 - 1913

Bonnee's Senior Year

2016 - 2017