1800 to 1876

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  • Andrew Jackson

    American soldier and politician, the 7th US president, the first governor of Florida, the war hero of the Battle of New Orleans, and the major general, and one of the founders of the Democratic Party. He was also an early populist advocate in the United States, Jackson Democracy. He got his name. He was the first president to succeed in achieving power through populism rather than relying on political elites. President Jackson was the most controversial during his tenure, or his Indian policies.
  • US capital moved from Philadelphia to Washington DC

  • Louisiana

    In 1682, the French Genère Robbie Cavallier declared that "Louisiana" was a French territory and was named in honor of King Louis XIV of France. In 1762, Spain acquired the "Louisiana" colony from France. Since then, there have been a large number of French immigrants living in the area, so the state is still one of the main French-speaking regions in the United States.
  • War of 1812

    War of 1812
    It was a war between the United States and Britain that occurred between 1812 and 1815. It was the first foreign war after American independence.
  • American Mexican War

    American Mexican War
    It was a war between the United States and Mexico that broke out from 1846 to 1848
  • American Civil Wa

    American Civil Wa
    It is the largest civil war in the history of the United States. The two parties involved are the United States of America in the north and the United States of America in the south. The war started with the Southern Union shelling the Sumter fortress and ended with the victory of the Northern Federation. At the beginning of the war, the North fought to maintain national unity. Later, it evolved into a revolutionary war to eliminate slavery.
  • Abolition of black slavery

    It is the legal slave system of the United States of America from the eighteenth to the nineteenth century. Slavery originated in the early British colonization of North America and was recognized by thirteen colonies in the 1776 Declaration of Independence. When the United States was founded, although free people of color existed, most slaves were of African descent, and race played a decisive role in institutions and heritage.
  • Alaska Purchase

    Alaska Purchase
    It refers to the incident that the US government purchased Russian North America from Tsarist Russia in 1867 (that is, Alaska in the United States today). This territorial sale was presided over by the then US Secretary of State William H. Seward. After the US government purchased Alaska, it became the nation's largest first-level administrative region.