Timeline Assignment

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  • Thomas Newcomen - Steam Engine

    Thomas Newcomen - Steam Engine
    Thomas Newcome invented the Steam Engine for pumping water out of mines as early as 1664, and his first successful one was used in 1712. This form of the Steam Engine was important because in later years James Watt perfected it and it because usable in mayn sorts of ways.
  • James Watt - Usable Steam Engine

    James Watt - Usable Steam Engine
    James Watt an engineer and inventor from the 18th century, made a big impact on the 19th centuries Industrial Revolution with the perfection of the practical Steam Engine. The practical Steam Engine helped provide a steady source of energy for the industries and became a huge sucess after Watt's time. This was important because it was the first time people could bring the steam engine into factories.
  • French Revolution

    French Revolution
    The French Revolution transformed France from a monarchy into a republic. As the revolution progressed the government pushed more towards a democracy. After the execution of the King, the Napoleonic Era. These events in France were important to its furture as you see them changing from a monarchy into a republic which would later influence the democratic party of government.
  • Independence of Mexico

    Independence of Mexico
    Augustín de Iturbide, worked against Hidalgo and Jose, he was very conservative of where he put his money which was part of his success. The Spanish government ordered Iturbide to led an army into southern Mexico, and later he turned on the Spanish and joined fources with Mexico. This would be very important considering it led to Mexicos independence.
  • Congress of Vienna

    Congress of Vienna
    After the fall of the French emperor Napoleon I, the Congress of Vienna was called to restore the balance of power in Europe. This event was important because Europe had manty problems over land and power, and this confrence finally helped. Most of Europes represenatives went to the Congress but only the four most powerful were the primary people to settle matters at will. The four most powerful countries were Russia, Prussi, Austria, and United Kingdom.
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    Congress of Vienna

  • Opium War

    Opium War
    The Opium war broke out on March 18, 1839, was fought between the United Kingdom of Great Britten and Ireland, and the Chineese Qing Dynasty. The Qing Dynasty fought the war with the intentions of securing economical taxes from trade in China. This event was important because the war marked the end of Chineese isolation and the beginning of the new China as we know it today.
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    Opium War (Time Span)

  • Communist Manifesto

    Communist Manifesto
    Was a book written by a Germany Communist, Karl Marx, served for a call for arms. It was important because it eventually formed the basis for communist political thought in the up coming 20th century and would help out many communist parties.
  • Matt C. Perry goes to Japan

    Matt C. Perry goes to Japan
    After almost 250 years of isolation from Japan, Matthew C. Perry took the American flag there. He also would expand trade with Asia and parts of other countries. Perry was one of the greatest American naval officers of all time, and his impotantince to the country was he unisolated Japan as a county and made many trading routes along the way with many countires such as Asia.
  • Sepoy Mutiny - Indian Rebellion

    Sepoy Mutiny - Indian Rebellion
    On May 10, 1857 a group of sepoy's (native soliders) gathered and revolted againts the Brittish East Indian Company for race-based inequalities and injustices. As a result of the revolt it would mark the end of the rule of the Brittish East Indian Company. The end of the BEC meant the rule of Brittish was over and they could be a free countire.
  • Unification of Germany

    Unification of Germany
    The southern German states were finnaly unified with the nothern German empire. A new King was declared, (the King of Prussia) who ruled with an imperial parliment that coexsisted with various
    state institution under a federal constitution.
  • Berlin Conference

    Berlin Conference
    The Conference happened because of the division of the African continental among Europes imperial power. France, Germany, Great Britten, and Portugal were the important countries involved because they re-maped the continent without cultureal boarders which would later create a legacy of interethic culture.
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    Berlin Conference

  • Hatian Revolution

    Hatian Revolution
    Toussaint L'Ouverture rose from slavery into the military, and became a political leader in the struggle during the French Revolution. Later L'Ouverture would help a revolt of the slaves which would be important to the future of Haiti's freedom.
  • Zulu Uprising

    Zulu Uprising
    Ambuya Nehanda is the one given credit for revolting against the British South African Company who controled most of African trade of the time. Nehanda is given credit with another spirit medium Kagubi who became spiritual leaders of the Mashonaland because of their revolt.
  • Russo-Japanese War

    Russo-Japanese War
    The Japanese Navy attacked Russia on Febuary 8, 1904. Two days later on Febuary 10, 1904 Japan declaired war with Russia. After a year of battle Japan put many troops into war, and Russia had a poor army to stand for their county, after the Russian Revolt of 1905 Japan requested Theodore Roosevelt (President of the United States) to call for a peace conference. The confrence lasted a month and as a result the countries would offically have to end all hostilities.
  • Dr. Sun Yat-sen takes over China

    Dr. Sun Yat-sen takes over China
    Sun Yat-sen is normaly refered to by the Chinesse as the Founding Father of the Republic China. Dr, Sun Yat-sen was a very important figue in Chineese history because he helped the revolution against the Qing Dynasty, (the last dynasty in Chinesse history), and he helped start the Republican branch but soon fell out of power and died before he could see his government rise in China.
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    Dr. Sun Yat-sen in office