U.S. History

  • French and Indian war

    When British fought other mounter countries to gain more wealth and land.
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    American Revolution

    This time epriod was the timespan were the colonists fought against the British who were the mother countires of the conlicones but the colonists didn't agree with the rules and laws they past. This caused a civil war between them. The patriots ended up breaking up with the british and making their own government.
  • Taxation without reprsentation

    This was when they protested on taxation. So they were protesting that thuye shhouldn't have taxes if they don't get to vote on their representatives.
  • treaty of Paris

    It was something that was signed.
  • Geroge washington

    He was part of the republicans
  • Ratification of constitution

    On September 25, 1789, the first Congress of the United States adopted 12 amendments to the U.S. Constitution–the Bill of Rights–and sent them to the states for ratification. Ten of these amendments were ratified in 1791. In November 1789, North Carolina became the 12th state to ratify the U.S. Constitution.
  • Adoption of bill of rights

    It is the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, confirming the fundamental rights of American citizens. The new United States of America adopted them on December 15, 1791.
  • John Adams

    He was part of the federalists
  • THomas Jefferson

    he was a Democratic-Republican
  • Louisana purchase

  • James Madison

    He was part of the Democratic-Republican
  • Florida cession

  • Missouri Compromise

    This is the time when Missouri decided to become a slave state. Some people thought it would imbalance the amount of free states to slave states which would give slave a better say in the government. So to solve this problem they decided to make manie a free state and missouri a slave state.
  • John Quincy Adams

    He was in National-Republican
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    Andrew Jackson’s presidency March 4, 1829 – March 4, 1837

  • Indian Removal Act

  • American Anti-Slavery Society

    This was a event to help spread the abolitionists message which was to end slavery and this program help get supporters. IN the mmetings they had speeches and mailed out pamplets to slave supporters.
  • Burning abolitionist literature in Charleston, South Carolina

    A mob burned abolitionists pamplets and other literatures. Most of these were by William Lloyd Garrison and Arthur Tappan’s pamplets.
  • Gag Rule

    The abolitionists decided to send petitions saying that the government should take some action on slavery. So the government decided to put all the petitions aside and not read any of them or take action. This was the gag rule to keep the debt over slavery silent.
  • Pennsylvania Hall burns

    A mob burned the pennsylvnia hall in which there were abolitionist meeting going on.
  • Texas annexation

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    James Polk’s presidency March 4, 1845 – March 4, 1849

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    Mexican American War

  • Oregon Treaty

  • Mexican Cession

  • Compromise of 1850

    This was compromise because there was still disagreement of if slavery should be allowed in the new land.
  • Fugitive Slave Act

    It helped slave owners to capture their escaped slaves and the south was upset because the north were helping the slaves escape.
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin

    This was a book which sold 2 million cpoies in two year and this book also explained the bad things about slavery which convinced many people to become abolitionists.
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    Gadsden Purchase

  • Kansas-Nebraska Act

    This was a act that got rid of the missouri compromise. Abolitionistsw were very furious with this action. After they cancelled the missouri compromise they opened Kansas and Nebraska to slavery through popular sovereignty.
  • Bleeding Kansas

    This was when people moved to kansas in response to the Kansas-Nebraska Act and they had a agreement of if slavery should be allowed which turned into a battle.
  • Dred Scott Decision

    Dred Scott was allowed to go in the free states according to his master. He argued that he could be free so he decided to sue him. The sumpereme court decided that no slaves could become us citizens.
  • John Brown’s Raid

    John Browna dn 22 other people and decided to raid the town of harpers ferry. They captured the towns most important citizens and then they were captured for this action.
  • Secession

    They began to secede because they thought he would take awqay slavery. Soon they became their own country
  • Fort Sumter

    Lincoln decided that no states are allowed to leave the acountry. He decided that they would start the war. Beginning to realize that they are their own country they started taking over federal courts and halls. When they attcked fort sumter Lincoln decided to tell his federal army to fight back.
  • James Monroe

    He was in Democratic-Republican
  • Election of Abraham Lincoln

    Southerns acted negatively to Abraham Lincoln election. They thought he might try to take away slavery. The southerners opposed him so much. Some of the southern state did even have him on their ballot.