Amercian History 1800-1850

  • US Map

    US Map
    The US included 17 states in 1800.
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    Slaves Are Banned

    It was banned to import slaves into america
  • First Barbary War Started

    First Barbary War Started
    The First Barbary War was an undeclared war by the United States against the North African states of Morocco, Tripoli, Algiers, and Tunis. The principle cause of the war was that those states supported the actions of pirates against American shipping vessels in the Mediterranean Sea. The war, which lasted from 1801 to 1805, did not completely end the acts of piracy against American vessels, but it did prove that the United States was capable of waging war.
  • John Adams: President

    John Adams: President
    John Adams was the second president in the United States. He was the first Vice President for George Washington. He was also one of the leaders to sign the Delaration of Independents. He was the one to create the tradition called "White House Receptions". This event is on the day of New Years Day. While on this event, it is where you are able to shake the current presidents' hand.
  • Tomas Jefferson: President

    Tomas Jefferson: President
    Thomas Jefferson is the third president of the United States. Thomas Jefferson was the author of the Decloration of Independents. Jeffersion is the one who authorized the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition.
  • irish and Germans come in

    irish and Germans come in
    In Europe they were having hard times, so Irish and German people started coming to America. About 20,000 people came.
  • Pushing Indians out

    Pushing Indians out
    The farmers moved in pushing the creek and kicked the indians out. They were pushed out of the Missisispii River, and then settled on the coast.
  • Lousiana Purchused

    Lousiana Purchused
    In 1803 the French had purchused Lousiana for 15 Millons of dollars. American growers supplied 45% percent of exported cotton. They ended the importation of slaves in 1807.
  • The Embargo Act

    The Embargo Act
    The British and the French were threatning The United States of American commerance. Thomas Jefferson, and James Madson took action in The Embargo Act in 1807 banning american to trade with any forgein nations.
  • James Madison

    James Madison
    James Madison was the 3rd president. He had a big achevment to attempt to to enforce the Non-Intercourse Act, which would deny any trading with Britain and France due to the battles and the Amrican ships that were being attacked.
  • Population

    There were 7,239,886 people in the U.S population in 1810.
  • Irish Immagrants

    Irish Immagrants
    5 million irish people came to U.S.A because nativeists lanched attacks on Irish people because of their cathoslim
  • Indiana became the 19th state

    Indiana became the 19th state
    The State's delegates had started to meet in Corydon, and had held a constitutional convention early in the year. They had followed the State Convention with an application for Congress to recognize them. This was granted on December 11th, and Indiana became the 19th U.S. State.
  • James Monroe

    James Monroe
    James Monroe was the President due to lack of competition, but still he worked hard to lead America in the right path. He is famous for the one who create the Monroe Doctrine.
  • mississippi becomes a state

    mississippi becomes a state
    Mississippi terratoiry was organized in 1798. Geogia and South Carolina later expanded.
  • Immagrants

    There were about 30,000 poeple that were enterted the united states alone in 1818. They had love and hate relationships with there new immagrants
  • Illinois become the 21st state

    Illinois become the 21st state
    The population in Illinois was around 60,000 thousand. There was a federal requirement that a territory had to have a population of 60,000 before it could be granted statehood. Actual population of Illinois at that time was about 40,000, but as it contuined populating 60,000 was reached.
  • Population

    There were 9,638,453 in the US population in 1820.
  • Maine becomes the 23rd state

    Maine becomes the 23rd state
    Maine was a result of the growing population and a political agreement regarding slavery.
  • Immargration

    The fedral goverment were taking immagrants and 151,000 new residents came. Most of the people came from British and Germany.
  • Missouri Becomes the 24th state

    Missouri Becomes the 24th state
    Missouri was apart of the Missouri Territory, Missouri enterted the union as a slave state.
  • John Quincy Adams

    John Quincy Adams
    Eldest son to the second president, John Quincy Adams was not the greatest of leaders. More of a dreamer than a doer, Adams looked forward to things like creatign a national university and a national astronomical observatory. Even though he didn't make a great impact on the history of the U.S, Adams fame comes from his bumbling actions and little to nothing accomplishments.
  • Germany People

    Germany People
    In the cold winters in Germany caused poeple to leave Germany and go to United States Of America
  • Winnebago War

    Winnebago War
    The Winnebago War was a small conflict that took place in 1827 in the Upper Mississippi River region of the U.S. The Ho-Chunks were reacting to a wave of lead miners trespassing on their lands, and to false rumors that the United States had sent two Ho-Chunk prisoners to a rival tribe for execution. Resulting in a U.S. victory.
  • Andrew Jackson

    Andrew Jackson
    Andrew Jackson was the 7th President in the United States. He is one of the presidents that had some of the most votes in 1829. In 1830, he had authorized the Indian Removal Act.
  • Indian Removeral Act

    Indian Removeral Act
    The Indian Removeral Act was signed by the president Andrew Jackson on May 26, 1830. Tens of thousands of americans Indians to the west.
  • Population

    The United States continued to expand. The population increased 33% in just one decade.
  • Black Hawk War

    Black Hawk War
    The Black Hawk War was a conflict fought in 1832 between the United States and Native Americans. It was leaded by Black Hawk, a Sauk leader. The war occured after Black Hawk and a group of Sauks, Meskwakis, and Kickapoos known as the "British Band" crossed the Mississippi River. Result; United States victory.
  • Arkansas The 25th state

    Arkansas The 25th state
    Native Americans were the first people to live in Arkansas and they were called the Bluff Dwellers. They had there cultures along the Mississppi and Arkansas Rivers. Arkansas was rich in cotton and was a slave holding state. Today Arkansas has many Industries. Almost half of the state is forest
  • Michagan Becomes the 26th state

    Michagan Becomes the 26th state
    MIchagan got name from the Indian word Ojibway. Ojibway means large lakes. 4 out of the 5 lakes that Michagan has are ther largest lakes in the United States of America. Large towns grew up along the edge of the lakes. On January 26, 1837 the president Andrew Jackson Signed the bill making Michagan the 26th state. They gave Michagan extra land which was called the Upper Peninsula making most areas by the lakes
  • Martin Van Buren

    Martin Van Buren
    He was the 8th president, also he was the firs president to be born in the United States because back then it never existed but now it was a new world.
  • Mormon War

    Mormon War
    The Mormon War is a name sometimes given to the 1838 conflict which occurred between Latter Day Saints (Mormons) and their neighbors in the northwestern region of the US state of Missouri. This conflict is also sometimes referred as the Missouri Mormon War. The location was in Northwest Missouri, United States.
    The result s were that Mormons were stripped of property and expelled from Missouri.
  • The Trail Of Tears

    The Trail Of Tears
    Native American Cherokee Indians are pushed from there homelands in Geogia. This was called the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Andrew Jackson was apart if the Indian Removal. The Cherokee Indian were forced to give up therer land. The Indian called this the trail of tears. 4,000 out of the 15,000 died during this march. 25 million arces were available for the white settlers
  • Honey War

    Honey War
    The Honey War was a bloodless territorial dispute in the 1830s between Iowa & Missouri over their border. First as a part of Wisconsin Territory, then Iowa Territory. Before the issue was settled, militias from both sides faced each other at the border, a Missouri sheriff collecting taxes in Iowa was incarcerated, and three trees containing beehives were cut down.
  • Population of 1840

    Population of 1840
    The U.S Population went up dramtically in 1840 up to 17,069,453.
  • population

    It still continued to grow and America became more powerful.
  • William Henry Harrison

    William Henry Harrison
    William Harrison was the 9th President in the Unide States for about one Month. He had delivered the longest inaugural address on March 4, and then a month later he had died from pneumoia.
  • John Tyler

    John Tyler
    He was the 10th president. He had the Second Seminole War end in 1842.
  • Oregon Fever

    Oregon Fever
    Pulled by the reports of Oregon's fertile soil and towering forests. Early settlers wrote letters home decribing Oregon as pioneers Paradise. 1843 About 1,000 pioneers who were seaching for a fresh start headed for Oregon
  • Florida 27th state

    Florida 27th state
    Florida was best know for its cotton and its weather. The weather was perfect for the crops and plants to grow in. Juan Ponce had clamied Florida for spain in 1513.
  • Texas 28th state

    Texas 28th state
    Texas had gained indapendence from Mexico in 1836. Texas was called the Long Star State. Texas is a Spanish name which comes from an indian word meaning friends or allies. Texas is the second largest state in the United States. Texas is a mager producer of oil and has important industies
  • Iowa 29th state

    Iowa 29th state
    Iowa was sometimes called the Corn State. 90% of Iowa land was put up mostly for farming. There main products were corn and hogs. They have a river called Iowa river and this state joined in 1846 as the 29th state
  • Navajo Wars

    Navajo Wars
    The Navajo wars was in three wars & they were against the Spanish. (late 1500s - 1920s was the first war) The Navajo was against the Mexican government (1821 through 1848 was the second war) And the Navajo against the United States (after the 1847-48 Mexican- American War). These conflicts ranged from smaill-scale raiding to large numbers by the governments into territory controlled by the Navajo.
  • Cayuse War

    Cayuse War
    The Cayuse War was a conflict that took place in the Northwest United States between the Cayuse people of the region and the United States Government and local Euro-American settlers. It occurred when the Whitman Massacre took place at the Whitman Mission. Resulting in a United States victory.
  • Wisconsin 30th state

    Wisconsin 30th state
    Wisconsin nickname was America's Dairyland because Wisconsin is one of the most top producers of milk,cheese, butter and dairy products. There football teams called themselves the CheeseHeads. There state capital is Madison and there state bird is the robin
  • Population of 1850

    Population of 1850
    The population went higher than 23,191,876.