Midterm timeline


Eastern woodland Indians

800 bc - 800 ad

The eastern woodland are made up of many tribes. They are experts at farming.

Port royal


It was located at the end of palisades. Was the centre of shipping commerce in the Caribbean Sea.

San Miguel de Gualdape

1526 - 1527

It was the first European settlement. It's a Spanish colony in the United States ,

Plantation system

1600 - 1699

The division of the land into smaller units under private ownership.

Triangle Slave Trade

1607 - 1733

Slaves were getting sent to different parts in North America.

13 English colonies

1607 - 1733

Jamestown was the first colony of the United States .

Rice and Indigo Trade

1650 - 1660


1660 - 1690

Proprietary Colony

1663 - 1721

This type of colony was administered by a colonial governor. Proprieter can appoint all officials.

Royal Colony

1691 - 1729

Direct of king and approving laws. The job of a royal colony was to benefit the English Crown.

Yemassee War

1715 - 1717

Stono Rebellion

1739 - 1740

Runaway slaves escaped the land.

slave codes


it was in virginia. a series of laws enacted by the colony of virginia house of burgesses.

French and Indian War

1756 - 1763

This war lasted seven years,

Sugar Act


It was passed by the Parliament of Great Britain.The Sugar Act made the people in the colonies very upset.

stamp act

1765 - 1766

placed tax on any type of paper. placed tax on everything because they were in debt from the french and indian war

Regulator Movement

1765 - 1771

South and North Carolina became a regulator movement.

tea act

1773 - 1861

it was an act of parliment of great britain. it was supposed to reduce price on tea.

revolutionary war

1775 - 1783

atrted as a war against great britain and 13 colonies. then it started to be great britain and the newly formed u.s.

south carolina constitution of 1776


british prliment claiming of late years a right to bind the north america colonies by laws in all cases.

declaration of independence


it was a statement that said the states are to be free from britain.

articles of confederattion

1776 - 1781

it was an agreement among the 13 founding states that established the u.s.a.

Cherokee War

1776 - 1781

Battle of camden

1778 - 1780

it was a very big victory for britian. August 16,1780 bristish force under general charles.

battle of kings mountain

1779 - 1780

it was a decision battle between the patriot and loyalist militaries in the southerb campaign of the american revolutionary war. the actual battkle took place on october 7,1780.

battle of cowpens

1780 - 1781

it was a turning point in the request s.c. from the british.

battle of eutaw springs


last major engagement of the war in carolin's. major general nathanael greene oif the continantal army began a campaign to end britiah control over the s.c. back country. first najor objective was the capture of the bristich controlled villages of ninety six.

total war

1800 - 1899

it played a major part in conflict from french revolution wars to world war 2, but has been replaced in the modern era by cheaper.

embagro act

1807 - 1810

the u.s. merchant marine suffered from both the british and french, and thomas Jefferson under took to answer both nations with masters that by restricting nutral trade would show the importance of that trade.

war of 1812

1812 - 1815

it was a 32 month millitary conflict between the u.s. and the british empire and their allies which resulted in no territorial change.

william t. sherman

1820 - 1891

He gathered 100,000 troops for the invasion of georgia and captured and burned atlanta and began his devastating march to the sea to capture savannah, leaving a trail of near total destination.

denmark vesey

1827 - 1829

It was an african -caribbean who was most famous for planning a slave rebellion in the u.s.

abolitionist move

1830 - 1870

it was an immediant impacipation of all slaves and the end of racial discrimination and segregation.

Nullification controversey

1832 - 1833

it was a sectional crisis during the precidence of andrew jackson created by south carolina's 1832 ordinance of nullification.

dred scott declaration

1846 - 1856

u.s. supreme court, led by cheif justice roger b.tany, declared that all black-slaves as well as free were not and could never become citizens of the u.s.

Kansas- Nebraska act

1854 - 1860

Creadted the territories of kansas and nebraska, opening new lands for settlement.

election of 1860


9th quadrennial presidentialelection.