1800-1876

Timeline created by EstherTb
In History
  • Thomas Jefferson Becomes the 3rd U.S. President

    Thomas Jefferson is elected after a tie-breaking vote.
  • Louisiana Purchase

    Thomas Jefferson purchases a massive amount of land.
  • James Madison: 4th U.S President

    Madison is recommended by Jefferson and becomes the next president.
  • Alaxander Hamilton Dies

    Hamilton dies in a dual with Aaron Burr
  • Treaty of Fort Wayne

    This made Indiana tribes sell 3 million acres of land to the U.S
  • Battle of Tippecanoe

    A battle fought between American soldiers and Native American warriors along the banks of the Kethtippecannunk.
  • James Monroe: 5th U.S President

  • Missouri Compromise

  • Main Joins the U.S

  • John Adams: 6th U.S President

    After a tie between three candidates, Adams manipulates the House to win.
  • Andrew Jackson: 7th U.S. President

  • Senate Censors Jackson

    Jackson is censured by the Senate for executive tyranny
  • Martin Buren: 8th U.S. President

  • William Harrison: 9th U.S. President

  • Harrison Dies of Pneunomia

    Harrison dies tragically after becoming the president. John Tyler takes his place as the "accidental president"
  • John Tyler: 10th U.S. President

  • Abraham Linlcoln: 11th U.S. President

    To the great displeasure of the south, Lincoln becomes president.
  • Battle of Fort Sumter

    This was the battle that began the Civil War
  • Battle of Bull Run

    Southern General Thomas Jackson wins the battle with a surprising victory against federal troops
  • Battle of Shiloh

    62,000 Union forces engaged with 45,000 Confederates over two days leading to 23,000 combined casualties, the Union Army emerged victorious.
  • Battle of Antietam

    The Union wins after a hard-fought battle
  • Battle of Gettysburg

    This was the turning point of the Civil War.
  • Battle of Vicksburg

    Another battle considered a turning point in the war. The siege lasted 6 weeks long.
  • Battle of Atlanta

    The battle lead to a Union victory who had far less casualties than the other side
  • Battle of Appomattox Station and Court House

    The Battle of Appomattox Station and Court House was the last major battle of the American Civil War. Robert E Lee’ surrender was followed by a series of surrenders by Confederate generals leading to the end of the war.
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    War of 1812

    Britain and America face off in their second war. America emerges victorious
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    American Civil War

    South vs North. Brother vs Sister. Father vs Son. The civil war was the culmination of decades of fighting for the right to keep slaves or abolish slavery.