7th Grade American History by Aviral Agarwal

  • French And Indian War

    French And Indian War
  • Proclamation of 1763

    Proclamation of 1763
  • Quartering Acts of 1765

    Quartering Acts of 1765
  • Boston Massacare

    Boston Massacare
  • The Tea Acts of 1773

    The Tea Acts of 1773
  • Boston Tea party

    Boston Tea party
  • Battle of Lexington

    Battle of Lexington
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    American Revolution

  • Articles of Confederation: Created/Adopted

    Articles of Confederation: Created/Adopted
  • Articles of Confederation: Ratified/Approved

    Articles of Confederation: Ratified/Approved
  • Treaty of Paris

    Treaty of Paris
  • Ratification of the Constitution

  • George Washington

    George Washington
    1st President: Neither party
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    Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

    This was the First bank of United States of America
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    Whiskey Rebellion

    A tax protest in the United States
  • Adoption of the Bill of Rights

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    XYZ Affair

    A confrontation between the United States and Republican France that led to an undeclared war called the Quasi-War.
  • John Adams

    John Adams
    2nd president: Federalist
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    Alien and Sedition Acts

    Four bills that were passed by the Federalists in the 5th United States Congress and signed into law by President John Adams in 1798. (Specific end date uncertain)
  • Thomas Jefferson

    Thomas Jefferson
    3rd President: Democratic-Republican
  • Louisiana Purchase: Treaty signed

    The Louisiana Purchase was when the United States bought the Louisiana Territory, which was 828,000 square miles, from France in 1803.
  • James Madison

    James Madison
    4th President: Democratic Republican
  • James Monroe

    5th President: Democratic-Republican
  • Florida Treaty

    Florida Treaty
  • Missouri Compromise

    Slave states though that if there were more free states in the United States slavery would be outlawed. So, the Missouri compromise was made to balance out the number of slave holding and free states.
  • John Quincy Adams

    6th President: Democratic-Republican
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    Andrew Jackson presidency

  • Indian Removal Act of 1830

    Indian Removal Act of 1830
  • American Anti-Slavery Society

    This society helped spread the message of banning slavery.
  • Burning abolitionist literature in Charleston, South Carolina

    A mob of people burned all the abolitionist literature in which were some of the pamphlets that the American Anti-Slavery Society passed out
  • Gag Rule

    This rule said that all the petition sent n by the abolitionists would not be read and acted upom
  • Pennsylvania Hall burns

    A mob of slavery supporters burned down the Pennsylvania Hall in which a lot of abolitionists were
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    James K. Polk presidency

  • Texas annexation

    Texas annexation
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    Mexican American War

  • Oregon Treaty June 15, 1846

    Oregon Treaty June 15, 1846
  • Mexican Cession

    Mexican Cession
  • Compromise of 1850

    When the United States got the new land from Mexico, people debated over wether they should allow slavery in this new land, so the Compromise of 1850 was made. It stated that California is a free state; the territories of New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah were allowed to vote over wether they should allow slavery or not; Washington D.C. would be a free state
  • Fugitive Splave Act

    This act stated that the North cannot help slaves escape from South and must return the slaves to their masters in South
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin

    After reading this, many people turned into abolitionists. This book explained the evils of slavery.
  • Gadsden Purchase

    Gadsden Purchase
  • Kansas-Nebraska Act

    Passed by Senator Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois, this bill removed the missouri compromise and added nebraska and kansas as slave holding states
  • Bleeding Kansas

    people moved to Kansas and led violent and bloody wars over wether slavery should be allowed here not
  • Dred Scott decision

    dred scott, a slave, sued against his master because his master had taken him to live in a free state and he believed that he should have free. The court said that dred scott could not sue because he was not an American citizen.
  • John Brown's Raid

    John brown and 22 more men attacked Harpers Ferry, Virginia. The mob held the town's most important people captive but were taken down within 24 hours.
  • Election of Abraham Lincoln

    Southerners did not vote for Abraham Lincoln because they wre afraid that he would end slavery
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    This is the time period in which many of the southern states began to leave the union because they were afraid that slavery was going to be abolished. Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, and Tennessee left in this time period.
  • Fort Sumter

    President Abraham Lincoln aid that he would not start a war with the South unless the South attacked first. The Confedarates attacked Fort Sumter and therefore president Lincoln started the Civil War.
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    Syrian Revolution