10 Important Events In U.S. History

By rrs4137
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    The Revoulutinary War

    The establishment of America as a nation all its own occurred from 19 April 1775 to October 1781. George Wasington lost about 6 major battles, and won only about 3, but the three he won were the three that mattered in the end. The war so important because this war was for the U.S. to expand and become a dominate country.
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    The Louisiana Purchase

    The french were interested because they needed cash to go to was with britian. The purchase was 15 million dollers just to buy it. The importance of this purchase was that is doubled the size of amaerica.It was from the Missippi River to the Rocky Mountins
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    The Cival War

    The Civil war was the most bluddy war in american history. A very new kind of bullet has inhanst the war's technology to experteece. The bullet was the main reason for the many killing in this war. The war in my oppinion was the most important war to the U.S it freed the north , the free portion and the south, the enslaved portioon of the U.S.
  • The Assination of Abraham licoln

    The Assination of Abraham licoln
    John Wilkes Booth standing above and behind him, on a balcony.He shot Lincoln in the head withy a 44 mannug pistol at a play in Ford’s Theater.This event was so signifigant because Abraham Lincon ended the cival war he didnt take his job lightly. He was the leader of many important groups. To someone to just kill him is very bad bbecause he did so many amazing things for our country.
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    The Manhatten Project

    The Army component of the project was designated the Manhattan District gradually superseded the official codename, "Development of Substitute Materials", for the entire project. The whole project was given a big headstart by Dr. Albert Einstein, who signed a letter written by Leo Szilard, which was sent to F. D. Roosevelt, advising him that the Nazis were probably trying their best to invent a nuclear weapon. This was very impotant because the americans used this in the world war 2.
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    Vietnam War

    The Vietnam War was a Cold War-era military conflict that occurred in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from 1 November 1955 to the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975. This war followed the First Indochina War and was fought between North Vietnam, supported by its communist allies, and the government of South Vietnam, supported by the United States and other anti-communist countries. The importance of the war was that the U.S wanted to stop comunisium in Asia.
  • The Assination of John F. Kennedy

    The Assination of John F. Kennedy
    Sam Giancana is thought to have rigged the election to get Kennedy into the Office, but why he did this is a long, complicated story. He was shot and killed right here in Dallas. This was a vey impotant time in U.S. because a president was killed. But many other things while this was happening the cold war was happening and he forced russia to take missles out of cuba so that got the russians mad.
  • Apallo 11

    Apallo 11
    And it was the United States of America who saw it through. After tragedies uncountable, the most notorious of which was the fiery death of Virgil Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee. But NASA and most Americans understood that the prize at the end of the race was worth finishing. NASA wouldn’t have known which way was up. This was very sagnifigant Neil Amrstrong was the first man to walk on the moon.
  • 9/11

    This was the worst event in american history over 3,000 people died. There were 4 hijacked planes 2 hit the twin towers in NYC and the other 2 one hit the Pentagon and the other landed in a open felid in Pennsylvania. This event will always be remembered because of its sagnifigance. signifigance is thaat someone had the meanness in them to accually do something like that. There where people that had to jump from the tower and caused instant death upo impact.
  • The Assination of Osama Bin Laden

    The Assination of Osama Bin Laden
    Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin had, until bin Laden’s death, been without parallel in the world’s opinion of villainy. He lived for his self-perceived purpose of destroying peaceful relations between cultures, and the annihilation of democracy. The United States made the most obvious target for his reckless hate. This murder ment so much to theU.S. it took out one of the most if not the most hated villian in the world.