The Eastern Woodland Indians was made up by many tribes.
Triangle Slave Trade
1440 - 1640
Triangular trade, or triangle trade, is a historical term indicating trade among three ports or regions.
1500 - 1800
It advocated that a nation should export more thant it imported and accumulate bullion especially gold to make up the difference.
San Miguel de Gualdape
1526 - 1527
San Miguel de Gualdape was the first European settlement.
1558 - 1603
The exportation of finished goods was favored over extractive industries like farming. Mercantilism maws a reaction against the economic problems of earlier times when states were too weak to guide their economies.
13 English Colonies
1607 - 1773
The 13 English Colonies were some of the colonies on the Atlantic coast. 13 English Colonies were in the eastern part of what is now the United States.
1654 - 1655
Construction of Passage Fort, also known as Fort Cromwell, began in a matter of weeks following the conquest.
French and Indian War
1689 - 1763
the french and indian war, as it was referred to in the colonines, was the beginning of open hostilities between the colonies and Gr.Britain.
A royal colony
1691 - 1712
the king's officials appointed provincial governors, north Carolina's government became more stable and effective.
1692 - 1907
A final devastating earthquake on January 14, 1907 again liquefied the sandspit, destroying nearly all of the rebuilt city and submerging additional portions. Today the area is a shadow of its former self with a population of less than 2,000 and has little to no commercial or political importance.
Rice and Indigo Trade
1698 - 1730
By the early 18th century, with the slave system established on a large scale, rice became a major export crop of the region.
1712 - 1719
now that the king officials appointed provincial governors, north Carolina's government became more stable and effective.
The Yamasee War
the tamasee war indians were part of the muskhogean language group.
The Sugar Act
1733 - 1764
Corruption, they mostly evaded the taxes.
One of the earliest known organized rebellions in the present United States, the uprising was led by native Africans.
Sons of Liberty
The loyal nine, began preparing for against the stamp act.
The Stamp Act was Parliament's first serious attempt to assert governmental authority over the colonies.
Denmark Vesey Plot
1767 - 1822
Thomas. For years he was the household servant to Captain Joseph Vesey, who settled in Charleston in 1783. Denmark Vesey won $1,500 in a lottery in the year 1800. He used the money to buy his freedom and set up a carpentry shop, where he prospered.
The tea act was an attempt by the British to the regain control of the tea trad in American.
Battle of Eutaw Springs
1775 - 1783
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Stewart. There was abput 2,000 men fighting in this battle.
1775 - 1783
First man shot in the Boston massacre was named Crisups Attucks. About like 5,000 man and boy fought in the war.
South Carolina Constitution of 1776
Declaration of Independence
truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator.
Battle of Camden
General Horatio Gates led an ill-prepared and exhausted campaign against the fortified British garrison at Camden.
Battle of Kings Mountain
Tory or loyalist Americans against Whig or patriot American Revolutionaries.
Articles of Confederation
Agreement among 13 founding states that's established the United States of America as a con confederation of sovereign states.
Meeting at independence hall in Philadelphia
55 delegate from all the states except Rhode Island meet to rework the falling articles of confederation
Battle of Cowpens
South Carolina on the border with North Carolina, United States of America. Colonel Daniel Morgan against Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton.
delegations from only two states were at first present, the members adjourned from day to day until a quorum of seven states was obtained on May 25.
1787 - 1800
July 16, 1987, began with a light breeze, a cloudless sky, and a spirit of celebration
Was a argument between southern and northern states during the Philadelphia convention
1793 - 1804
Life on the fields meant working sunup to sundown six days a week and having food sometimes not suitable for an animal to eat.
1793 - 1850
With the aid of a horse to turn the gin, a man could clean fifty times as much cotton as before. This increased the demand for slaves.
1793 - 1850
a large number of early settlers in America grew cotton. To grow cotton and to pick, gin (remove seeds from the white fluff) and bale it took a great deal of work.
Dec. 22, 1807
The U.S. merchant marine suffered from both the British and French, and Thomas Jefferson undertook to answer oth nations with measures that by restricting neutral trade would show the importance of that
1809 - 1865
They were to be accompanied by General Ulysses S. Grant and his wife Julia Dent Grant. However, Grant and his wife changed their plans and did not attend the play.
War of 1812
1812 - 1814
A conflict between the US and the UK. It was ended by a treaty that restored all the conquered territories to their owners be for outbreak of war.
1820 - 1854
After months of debate, the Kansas-Nebraska Act passed on May 30, 1854. Pro-slavery and anti-slavery settlers rushed to Kansas, each side hoping to determine the results of the first election held after the law went into effect.
William Tecumseh Sherman
1820 - 1891
William Tecumseh Sherman was an American soldier, businessman, educator and author.
1820 - 1828
The root of the problem of protective tariffs is that they are almost by definition designed to assist certain segments of the economy.
Denmark Vesey Plot
1822 - 1970
After one loyal slave told his master about a plot to seize the city of Charlestown, South Carolina and kill all the whites, local authorities exposed the most comprehensive slave plot in the history of the United States
The goal of the abolitionist movement was the immediate emancipation of all slaves and the end of racial discrimination and segregation.
1836 - 1839
The treaty was tabled by the Texas Senate on December 29, 1836, and was declared null and void by that body on December 16, 1837, despite Houston's insistence that it be ratified.
1839 - 1915
Robert Smalls was an enslaved African American who, during and after the American Civil War, became a ship's pilot, sea captain, and politician.
Election of 1860
1841 - 1846
The key to the Republican party's success was its position on slavery. It opposed the expansion of slavery and called upon Congress to take measures, whenever necessary, to prevent its extension.
1850 - 1855
In Italy, France, Austria, the Netherlands and Denmark, sizable far-right parties with anti-immigrant and Islamophobic agendas have taken root.
Creation of the Confederate States of America
1860 - 1861
By the time Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated as president of the United States on March 4, 1861, Texas had also joined the Confederacy.
1861 - 1865
The Civil War was fought in thousands of different places, from southern Pennsylvania to Texas; from New Mexico to the Florida coast. The majority of the fighting took place in the states of Virginia and Tennessee.
April 13 Major Robert Anderson, garrison commander, surrendered the fort and was evacuated the next day.
1862 - 1900
May 1862 Robert Smalls was a 23-year-old illiterate slave. Early on the morning of May 13, 1862, the Confederate commander at Charleston, South Carolina, Brigadier General Roswell S. Ripley, was astounded to learn his dispatch boat had disappeared.
1999 - 2001
the which favorites of the British crown were awarded tracts of land in the new world to supervise and develop.