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1607-1877 US history

Timeline created by aungphyoezin in History
Event Date: Event Title: Event Description:
5009first bourbon whiskey small square First Colony at America The first permanent English colony in Jamestown!
John smith 9486928 1 402 small square John Smith ,, The Leader In 1608, John Smith became the leader of the 38 original remaining colonists!
Arrival pilgrim fathers hi small square Arrival Of Pilgrims Pilgrims arrived the America in search of Freedom of Religious
Idustrialrevolution small square The start of industrial revolution in America The Industrial Revolution was a period from 1750 to 1850 where changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and technology had a profound effect on the social, economic and cultural conditions of the times. ( No exact date is known )
Painting griffing bushy run small square The French and Indian War The French and Indian War (1754–1763) is the American name for the North American theater of the Seven Years' War. The war was fought primarily between the colonies of British America and New France, It ended in 1763. ( No exact date is known)
British grenadier small square The start of the American Revolutionary War U.S. fights the Revolutionary War against England to win independence. It ended in 1783.
Us0036 1 300 small square Declaration of the Independence Signed The Declaration of Independence is signed. U.S. declares independence from Great Britain.
United states 1848 small square US territorial Expansion US started to expand its land after the declaration of independence from Great Britain! It ended after gaining 8 territories in 1848!
Articles of confederation title small square Written Article of Confederation The Articles were written in 1777 by John Dickinson, a Penn. statesman
The Articles were accepted by Congress in 1781 and is considered the first national constitution
Shays rebellion small square Shay’s Rebellion Daniel Shay, a farmer and former soldier in the War for Independence, led a group of 1,100 farmers in a protest. The farmers tried to capture weapons, but the state militia defeated them. The Congress could do nothing to help!
That means the central govt was weak! ( No exact time known )
Signing constitution small square US constitution Signed! The U.S. Constitution was signed!
Sign small square Ratifying the Constitution James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay wrote The Federalist papers. These papers explained the new form of government
220px portrait of george washington small square The First President The U. S. elected the first President in 1789. The first Electoral College selected George Washington
Push on  brave york volunteers small square The War of 1812 England attacks the new country – USA – in 1812 – mostly to reclaim its North American territory.
A small country defeats an imperial power twice - proves once and for all that the USA is here to stay
Phi4704 small square Lincoln was elected Abraham Lincoln is elected the 16th president of the United States over a deeply divided Democratic Party, becoming the first Republican to win the presidency. Lincoln received only 40 percent of the popular vote but handily defeated the three other candidates: Southern Democrat John C. Breckinridge, Constitutional Union candidate John Bell, and Northern Democrat Stephen Douglas, a U.S. senator for Illinois.
Civil war1 small square Civil War The North and South fight a Civil War. The North wins. It ended on May 5, 1865!
Reconstruction 01 small square Start of Reconstruction After the civilwar, The reconstruction was created to repair everything that had been destroyed in the south. ( No exact date is known)
93035 004 e1a56ff0 small square Surrender of The South From the beginning the War went badly for the North and its Union Army. However After Winning the ar at Gettysburg And Vicksburg. On April 9th, 1865, Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union General Ulysses S. Grant.
Abraham lincoln shooting small square Assassination of LinColn Lincoln is assassinated at Fordís Theater by John Wilkes Booth.
Reconstruction 01 small square The End of Reconstruction Era President Hayes kept his campaign promise to remove federal troops from the South, ending the period known as Reconstruction.