11th Grade History Timeline

By love7
  • Jan 1, 1000

    Pre Contact

    Millions of years ago, in the LAND BEFORE TIME, there were DInosaurs
  • Period: Jan 1, 1000 to

    US timeline

  • Sep 20, 1000


    Unknown because it was so long ago
  • Sep 20, 1020


    Sumthin about a sea fair
  • Sep 20, 1050

    Landbridge Theory

    The landbrigde that people cross to america
  • Sep 20, 1200


    Crap we ran out of space on our calender....2012
  • Sep 20, 1300

    height of aztec power

    35% buff
  • Sep 20, 1492

    Columbus landed in what is now Haiti

    This island was populated by the Taino Indians
  • Jan 1, 1500

    Guru Nanak Dev ji

    Guru Nanak Dev ji, 1st of the Sikh gurus takes the road as a wandering teacher
    ~Manpreet Bassi
  • Jan 1, 1501

    First Black Slaves

    First black slaves in America brought to Spanish colony of Santo Domingo.
    ~Manpreet Bassi
  • Jan 1, 1501

    Amerigo Vespucci

    Italian navigator Amerigo Vespucci sets sail from Lisbon to explore to the south of the New World
    ~Manpreet Bassi
  • Jan 1, 1502

    xocoatl !!!!!!!!!!!

    Christopher Columbus was given his first drink of xocoatl (chocolate) on his fourth voyage to America. Although he did not like the drink he took some of the cacao beans back to his homeland as an unusual item to show the people at home.
    ~Manpreet Bassi
  • Jan 1, 1504

    Mughal Empire

    Babur captures Kabul, making it and eastern Afghanistan the first possession of the Mughal Empire
    ~Manpreet Bassi
  • Jan 1, 1505

    Mona Lisa

    Leonardo captures the enigmatic smile of Lisa Gherardini, known now as the Mona Lisa
    ~Manpeet Bassi
  • Jan 1, 1521

    Cortez overthrows the Aztec Empire

  • The first english settlement

    In was in the land of virginia
  • Pilgrims arrived on New England

  • Guns

    When the click clack pow pow was first made
  • Masters prevented from freeing slaves

    Masters prohibited from freeing slaves unless they pay for transportation out of the colony.
  • Salem Witch Trails

    Salem Witch Trails
    two young girls had fits discribed at "beyond the power of Epileptic Fits or natural disease to effect" by John Hale a minister in nearby Beverly
  • Boston Massacre Occurs

    Boston Massacre Occurs
    A group of British soldiers fired on a mob of colonial protestors . The protestors provoked the British by hailing insults, snowballs and chunks of ice.
  • The Steam Engine

    The Steam Engine
    James Watt created the steam engine which made the industrial revoluiton possible.
  • Decleration of independence

    When the colonist freed themselves from the tea and biscuits punks
  • France Signs Treaty of Alliance with the U.S

    France Signs Treaty of Alliance with the U.S
    France signed a treaty fo alliance with the U.S. They recognized the independence of the U.S and offered further aid.
  • Treaty of Paris ratified - Revolutionary War ends

    Treaty of Paris ratified - Revolutionary War ends
    The Treaty of Paris formally ended the American Revolutionary War. It is called the Treaty of Paris due to where it was signed. The treaty is composed of 10 articles, ensuring freedom and rights of the 13 colonies.
  • Northwest Ordinance

    Northwest Ordinance
    This ordinance proclaimed that the land north of the Ohio River and east of the Mississippi would eventually become part of the US. This area had been prohibited from development. This area includes the current states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The Northwest Ordinance allowed for westward expansion.
  • 1787 U.S. Constitution Drafted

    1787 U.S. Constitution Drafted
    Adopted September 17, 1787, the U.S. Constitution was drafted by the Constitutional Convention in Pennsylvania.
  • George Washington elected president

    George Washington elected president
    On February 4, 1789, George Washington was unanimously elected by state electors. He was inaugurated at Federal Hall in New York City on April 30. Washington was a dominant military and political leader during his time. He was also commander in chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.
  • March 4, 1789 Congress meets for first time

    March 4, 1789 Congress meets for first time
    Congress meets for the first time at Federal Hall in New York City. George Washington was president during this time.
  • Slave Revolt

    Santo Domingo.
  • U.S. Supreme Court founded

    U.S. Supreme Court founded
    U.S. Supreme Court meets for the first time at the Merchants Exchange Building in New York City.
  • Chinese and Whites

    The 1790 law restricted citzenship to "whites" and that the Chinese were not "white".
  • Library of Congress

    Library of Congress
    Library of Congress is founded!
  • Early 19th century fashion

    Women wore long skirts, blouse with low neckline, seperate half-blouse with modest neckline. Hats and shawls were also stylish in cold weather.
  • Scotch-Irish Immigrants

    Large group of Scotch-Irish immigrants come into America as indentured servants; this method was stopped by the British Passenger Act of 1803
  • El Presidente

    El Presidente
    Thomas Jefferson is elected and re-elected president in 1800 and 1804. James Madison is elected in 1808.
  • Early 1800s - Market Revolution

    During the Market Revolution, cotton production increases and more slaves are needed.
  • Indian Trade and Intercourse Act

  • Spains Violation

    Spain closes the port of New Orleans to U.S. cargo, violating the 1795 Treaty of San Lorenzo. American rights are restored within six months, but Spanish fears of the young nation's expansionist energies remain.
  • West Point

    West Point
    West Point Military Academy is established.
  • Louisianna purchase

    US purchased France's claim on Lousiana territory
  • Lewis and Clark

    Lewis and Clark
    Lewis and Clark expedition sets out from St. Louis.
  • Slave Trade

    federal government prohibited the African slave trade.
  • General Andrew Jackson

    Massacred and mutilated 800 Indian men, women, and children.
  • 1820-1850 Slaves increase in South

    of slaves goes from 42,000 to 343,000 (Alabama), 33,000 to 310,000 (Missippi), 69,000 to 245,000 (Louisiana)
  • John Quincy Adams

    John Quincy Adams tried to purchase Texas for a million dollars in 1826, but Mexico refused the offer.
  • President Jackson

    Andrew Jackson elected president
  • Nat Turner

    he led seventy slaves in a violent insrrection that lasted two days and left nearly sixty whites dead.
  • Cherokees give up land

    Treaty “with” Cherokees caused them to hand over their land.
  • Spanish American War begins

  • Potato Famine

    Potato blight in Ireland that killed millions and forced other millions to flock to America
  • Rio Grande

    The treaty of Guadalupe Hdalgo pushed Southern U.S border to the Rio Grande.
  • Gold Rush

    People "tried" to be rich
  • Spanish-American war ends

    Who won?? U do u think wink wink.
  • Plains Indians put on reservations

    In the 1850s, the government established reservations for Plains Indians.
  • The alamo

    Battle between illegal aliens (Americans) and the Mexican military in Texas.
  • American Civil War

    The Civil War lasted four years.
  • railroad

    the central pacific railroad line was aeheness achivement
  • Fashion of 1870-1880

    Fashion of 1870-1880
    This is the fashion in 1870-1880
  • Weather

    This is the link to the tropical storms and hurricanes during 1870-1880. http://www.stormpulse.com/storm-archive/by-decade/1870-1880
  • plantation swap

    plantation kicked out blacks for chinese
  • Indian Appropraiation Act

    Indian Appropriation Act confirmed that no Indian nations would be acknowledged as having any power.
  • Chinese prostitutes

    chinese women came to america. most of them became streetwalkers
  • Rutherford B. Hayes

    Rutherford B. Hayes
    President Rutherford B. Hayes was elected president. He left the office on March 4, 1881
  • Clothing factories

  • exclusion

    the chinese exclusion act
  • Industrial Revolution

    The usuasge of machines, and huge spikes in population
  • Presidential amnesty is granted to Mormon polygamists

    Presidential amnesty is granted to Mormon polygamists, marking the federal government's first step toward closing the book on the "Mormon problem." Frederick Jackson Turner, a 31-year-old instructor at the University of Wisconsin, declares the closing of the Western frontier in his seminal lecture, The Significance of the Frontier in American History, delivered at a meeting of the American Historical Association held in conjunction with the Chicago Columbian Exposition.
  • Plessy v. feguson

    Proclaiming the doctrine of separate in the 1896 ruling of Plessy v. Ferguson, the Supreme Court of constitutionality of segregation
  • JMLA

    Mexicans and Americans join forces to form the JMLA to fight low wages. The organization died because of decreasing support.
  • Fire in Chicago

    Chicago fire
  • Womens Sufferage

    Go Make ME a SANDWICH!
  • NAACP Founded

    Movement for black peoples rights
  • Found the NAACP

    Found the NAACP
    The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, usually abbreviated as NAACP, is an African-American civil rights organization in the United States. Its mission is "to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.
  • Mafia(Al Capone)

    Garbage bags in the rivers and lakes
  • Period: to

    War Breaks Out

    WWI started
  • WW1

  • America remains neutral in WWI

    President Wilson makes a speech before Congress claiming "Every man who really loves America will act and speak in a true spirit of neutrality..."
  • Wilson urges America to join WWI

    President Wilson addresses Congress, urging them to go to war against the Germans.
  • Chicago Race Riots

    Started because of a black youth being murdered. Riots spread across the states. Many died or were wounded.
  • CoCA Cocaine

    First cocaine substance in america
  • Beginning of Great Depression

    Beginning of Great Depression
    The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression in the decade preceding World War II. It was the longest, most widespread, and deepest depression of the 20th century.
  • Great Depression

    A lot of people were very depressed
  • The master

    The master of all kung fu people, Bruce Lee
  • WW2

  • Pearl Harbor

    The Japanese were truely ninjas on this day
  • Nagasaki & Hiroshima

    The true power of the US
  • 442nd regiment soliders dying

    9,486 casualties,i ncluding 600 killed
  • First Computer

    Those Nerds, but they are good for ssumthin.... CPU';s
  • MJ

    Michael jackson was born in this year,
  • Interracial Sex Banned

  • Civil Rights Movements

    We want to be like the white people and rich people
  • Ulysses S. Grant

    President Ulysses S. Grant was elected president. He stayed in office until March 4, 1877.
  • Neil armstrong

    His skin tone matches where he landed
  • Roe vs Wade

    Lucky for those that was about to become baby's daddy that didnt want to
  • Aids/Hiv

    Blame the Gay peoples..(Major Stigmatism)..... No offense, just history... started with monkeys in Africa actually
  • Tupac

    Let us remeber that all rappers should never forget their body armor.
  • Mafia

    Vinnie go whack off this guy and dispose of the botty, he disrespected me
  • For Alllah..... and there were thump noies

    When terroist highjacked the planes and flew into the twin towers. People rather jump out the tower than burn, so there were thump noises.
  • Hurricane Katrina

    New orleans

  • jew work

    a surveyed
  • chinese naturalized

    naturalized chinese
  • jobs open up

  • woemn work

    jew daughters 16 or older began to work for money
  • Pasteurization Introduced

    Pasteurization Introduced
    1861 AD Pasteurization Introduced In 1861, thanks to Louis Pastuers work on microorganisms, pasteurization was introduced to milk, beer and other foods to preserve them.Pasteurization Introduced
  • 1862 AD Mighty Russian Five Formed

    1862 AD Mighty Russian Five Formed- Five Russian composers - Mili Balakirev, Cesar Cui, Alexander Borodin, Nicholai Rimsky-Korsakov, and Modest Mussorgsky– decide to form a group to promote Russian national music.
  • 1865 AD Civil War Ends On April 2nd,

    1865 AD Civil War Ends On April 2nd, word reached Richmond that lines in Petersburg had broken. Richmond would have to be evacuated. The next day, Lincoln was able to visit Richmond. On April 7th, Lee's surrounded (and hungry) army was forced to surrender.
  • 1866 AD Blue Danube Waltz Presented

    1866 AD Blue Danube Waltz Presented -Johann Strauss the younger first presents his Blue Danube Waltz, which later became one of the most popular and familiar works of European music.
  • 1868 AD Revolution in Spain -On September 18, 1868

    1868 AD Revolution in Spain -On September 18, 1868 the officers of the Spanish fleet began a revolution. They marched on Madrid and defeated government forces. Isabella was forced to flee. The military announced the formation of a provisional government, and created a constitutional monarchy.
  • States -On May 10th, at Promontory Point, Utah,

    1869 AD Transcontinental Rail Service Begun in the United States -On May 10th, at Promontory Point, Utah, a golden rail spike was struck, completing the first transcontinental railroad line. The spike joined the lines of the Union-Pacific Railroad being built westward, from Omaha, Nebraska; and those of the Central-Pacific being built eastward, from Sacramento, California.
  • 2nd Maori War Begins

    2nd Maori War Begins
    1860 AD 2nd Maori War Begins -The Second Maori war was fought from 1860-1872 between British colonist and native New Zealanders on the North Island. At the end of the largely guerilla war the natives were granted half the island.
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    speech of Eugene Debs
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    speech of Eugene Debs
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