10 Most Important Event from 1750 to 1919

  • First Water Powered Cotton Mill

    First Water Powered Cotton Mill
    The First water powered cotton mill was invented by Samuel Slater. It was powered by water and the cotton machines were manually made. It impacted history by making cotton used for clothes to be made more faster and effectively.
  • American Revolution Ends

    American Revolution Ends
    The Treaty of Paris is signed between the United States and Great Britian. The Americans have won freedom and are free from British rule.
    How it impacted history is it showed that even though a superpower is strong it can still be defeated by anyone who is willing to fight for independence.
  • Smallpox Vaccination

    Smallpox Vaccination
    Invented by Edward Jenner. Smallpox as a disease was infectous disease that had been killing people for hundred of years. Curing it would save over hundreds of thousands of people. This impacted World History because it cured the most deadliest disease at the time.
  • French Revolution

    French Revolution
    The French Revolution was inspired to become a democratic country instead of a monarchy. Seeing the American Revolution was successful gives the French hope to become free.
    This impacted history because it inspired countries in Latin America and many others to revolt and become free.
  • Invention of Railroads in the United States

    Invention of Railroads in the United States
    The first train a locomotive train hauled supplies to the west starting a new way to transport goods faster and more effective. And provided a new way to transport people around the country faster.
  • Civil War

    Civil War
    The Civil War was the seperation of a country fighting to control the United States Of America. This Impacted history because it showed the world that people have differences and should try to solve by civil matters not warfare.
  • Invention of the Telephone

    Invention of the Telephone
    The telephone was invented on March 7, 1876 by Alexander G. Bell. It was used to contact people from other places usually far away to communicate. It impacted history because it usually used during warfare to communicate with other armies.
  • Invention of the Car

    The invention of the car was one of the many ways of transportations. It impacted history by
  • Archduke Ferdinand Assassinated

    Archduke Ferdinand Assassinated
    The death of Archduke Ferdinand was the first major reason why World War I started. This impacted history because it sparked a series of events that would lead to World War I
  • Treaty of Versailles

    Treaty of Versailles
    This treaty ended World War I. This impacted history because it ended one of the bloodiest war in world history.