APUSH Review: Eduardo Flores

Timeline created by Egguardo Flores
In History
  • 1492

    Who sailed the ocean blue ?(ง ͠° ͟ل͜ ͡°)ง

    Who sailed the ocean blue ?(ง ͠° ͟ل͜ ͡°)ง
    The arrival of Columbus in America was a instrumental for the further interest in the Americas, this would be Americas first major debut to the world at large. The beginning to the Spanish power in the new world.
  • The Toppling of Spanish! (`∀´)Ψ

    The Toppling of Spanish! (`∀´)Ψ
    England takes an unbelievable victory against the once undefeated Spanish armada which was the main deterrent from any other colonization in the new world. This would further begin the colonization of the american continent.
  • Oooo a Jamestown!( ͡°( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ͡°)

    Oooo a Jamestown!( ͡°( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ͡°)
    The founding of what will be the first successful colony to in the US. As well as the eventual introduction of the first major cash crop that would save the colony from failure.
  • Well isn't this peculiar? ಠ╭╮ಠ

    Well isn't this peculiar? ಠ╭╮ಠ
    The introduction of slavery into the English colonies for labor shortages. This would prove to be unfortunately greatly impact-full in American History.
  • To compact or Not to Compact( ͡o ͜ʖ ͡o)

    To compact or Not to Compact( ͡o ͜ʖ ͡o)
    Now this seems to be quire the piece of paper, now look at it, its over there giving the people a semblance of hope for the new world. Evidently the piece is profoundly impactfull in americas early years.
  • The Original Red Scare (╯ ͠° ͟ʖ ͡°)╯┻━┻

    The Original Red Scare (╯ ͠° ͟ʖ ͡°)╯┻━┻
    Bacon's Rebellion took place as a means to take power and help those who were taken advantage of by the elite, mostly dirt poor farmers. Now i dont know about you but suddenly it smells like babushka in here.
  • haha the colonies go *I want to vote*

    haha the colonies go *I want to vote*
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  • The Salami trials ಠ▃ಠ

    The Salami trials ಠ▃ಠ
    Better known as the salem witch trials, this was a very fervently religious time and was also kinda rough for the people of some colonies had huge impact on the image of puritans and strict religion.
  • YOu HaVE a ɿ(。・ɜ・)ɾⓌⓗⓐⓣ?

    YOu HaVE a ɿ(。・ɜ・)ɾⓌⓗⓐⓣ?
    The Albany plan was the first of its kind and far ahead of its time but as is the fate of many things ahead of their time it was not accepted but alas it did set a precedent for later ideas
  • The signing of the Treaty of Paris

    The signing of the Treaty of Paris
    The Treaty of Paris was signed, this ended the Seven Years war better known as the French and Indian War. Giving a lands east of the Mississippi to the British.
  • Encumbrance Acts

    Encumbrance Acts
  • Intolerable Tea party

    Intolerable Tea party
  • The Quebec act

    The Quebec act
    this was an involuntary action that would lead the american colonist to take grievance with the British Power. Evidently this was due to Quebec gaining far more autonomy than the American colonies.
  • Battle of Lexington and Concord

    Battle of Lexington and Concord
    This was the first battle of the revolutionary war and was important, due to the power of the British empire at the time. This was in large part a victory morally for the colonist.
  • The battle of Ticonderoga

    The battle of Ticonderoga
    this battle was like many of the revolutionary war in the fact that it served as a morale booster for the Americans. Overall the event was the sacking of fort Ticonderoga by american Green Mountain Boys.
  • The battle of Bunker Hill

    The battle of Bunker Hill
    This was a profound eye opener for the revolutionaries cause showing that the British could be beat in semi open battle. The battle was composed of entrenched Americans firing down onto the rising British, this was a shattering victory for the American cause.
  • The Second Continental Congress

    The Second Continental Congress
    The congress was greatly important at the time as many of the colonies were acting as individuals towards the same goal rather than unified. Thus this congress sought to organize the 13 in their efforts to win the war.
  • The Battle of Trenton

    The Battle of Trenton
    This battle was a pivotal turning point in the Revolutionary war and and direct start toward Britain's downward spiral. The battle itself was a surprise attack by Gen. Washington on the British affiliated Hessian and British fort.
  • Thomas Paine's Common Sense

    Thomas Paine's Common Sense
    One of the most influential pieces in american history as it actively aided in the inspiration fro the Dec. Of Indep. and Constitution. The book itself would go on to describe what right were innately the peoples and what governments were meant to do for them.
  • The Declaration of Idependence

    The Declaration of Idependence
    This Chad of a document needs little introduction, as it is the kind of document that makes inferior forms of government shake in their imperialist boots. This Declaration was Americas way of telling Britain that they were betas beaver bois. This was also America's way to justify to the world at large that the Brits were a bunch of chumps, and this allowed them to be backed by such nations as France.
  • "Uno Reverse card" Election of 1800

    "Uno Reverse card" Election of 1800
    The election of Jefferson to office was the first time there was a peaceful transfer between political parties. The impact of this event can be seen in its secondary name, the revolution of 1800, and it definitely lived up to its name as the change of party in power lead to noticable changes in
  • wOw thats a lot of power, Judiciary Act

    wOw thats a lot of power, Judiciary Act
    This act cemented the power of the supreme court over the review of the constitutionality of Laws. More prominently the act simply bulstered the Supreme Court's numbers
  • This is probably the best trade deal in the history of trade deals

    This is probably the best trade deal in the history of trade deals
    The Louisiana Purchase was instrumental in not only the physical growth of America, but also the social growth of ideas such as Manifest Destiny. The Purchase was made from the French by Jefferson, which was contradictory to his ideals.
  • Thats was not very cash Money...

    Thats was not very cash Money...
    The Embargo act of 1807, a highly controversial act at the time, was the restriction of trade with foreign nations, this was in attempts to avoid war.
  • Finally we get rid of this peculiar institution

    Finally we get rid of this peculiar institution
    the Congress of the United States had finally decided to end the international slave trade in America, this was highly controversial in the long run for the congress and would cause many later issues, but ultimately the best decision for the union.
  • Good old Fashioned War... of 1812

    Good old Fashioned War... of 1812
    The final straws were pulled and the fairly new nation of America enters into its first truly international conflict with its forebearer England. The war was instigated by Britain's impressment of sailors.
  • Oh now this is OpTiMaL mOnEy

    Oh now this is OpTiMaL mOnEy
    The factory system was introduced to America by Francis C. Lowell and was instrumental in the growth of the American market economy. It would later be the starting block for industrialization of America
  • Hey, we cancelled them....

    Hey, we cancelled them....
    The Tariff of 1816 was an economic statement to England as well as other foreign powers, essentially showing that America wouldn't hesitate to cut trade with them.
  • How about we make a Comprimise....

    How about we make a Comprimise....
    This compromise was brought about from a grand debate, between northern and southern politicians to determine the future of the continental United States. No conclusion was met so a compromise of the 36 30 line to determine what a state would enter as.
  • This here is my slice of pie....

    This here is my slice of pie....
    The Monroe Doctrine was a statement to the world at large that the Americas were no longer open to the European colonization and that the US would open defend against further colonization.
  • Now Mrs. Kincy's favorite Prez.....

    Now Mrs. Kincy's favorite Prez.....
    The election of Andrew Jackson would begin the series of events that would lead to a separate ideal of democracy, based upon Jackson's actions and decisions. The election itself was won by Jackson's fame after the War of 1812
  • Oh No this is Not what Georgie wanted....

    Oh No this is Not what Georgie wanted....
    The indian removal act, was the unforgivable and unjust robbery of the land from the Native people. The acts eventually lead to such travesties as the trail of tears among other injustices, in the name of the growth of the United States.
  • Andrew on his way to Kill The BOA ─=≡Σᕕ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ᕗ

    Andrew on his way to Kill The BOA ─=≡Σᕕ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ᕗ
    The Bank wars of 1832, was the fight between idealist and economist alike, however the president's removal of federal reserves from the National banks would kill the Nation bank and the further nonrenewing of the bank charter put the bank down
  • YoU cAn'T dO tHaT ヽ(゚Д゚)ノ

    YoU cAn'T dO tHaT ヽ(゚Д゚)ノ
    the Nullification crisis of 1832 that would last one year, was the idea that states had the right to nullify Federal Laws should they find them to be 'Unconstitutional'. In the end, Jackson would have to send federal troops to quell the upheaval that the rebellious states entered into. This event is a testament to the new constitution's strength.
  • Yeehawwwwwwᕕ༼✪ل͜✪༽ᕗ

    Yeehawwwwwwᕕ༼✪ل͜✪༽ᕗ
    The independence of Texas from the Mexican government would be both an opportunity for the Union and as well pose a question, that would lead to grand dilemma.
  • Well who perdicted this ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Well who perdicted this ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    The panic of 1837, was the event that would show the union the dangers of keeping all of their money in state banks which were ill equipt to handle the crisis that would devastate the nation's economy.
  • We have a LOT of these huh..(ง ͡ʘ ͜ʖ ͡ʘ)ง

    We have a LOT of these huh..(ง ͡ʘ ͜ʖ ͡ʘ)ง
    The election of 1840, this election saw a stunning landslide in favour of Harrison, given his opponent Van Buren was who most considered to be responsible for the fall of the economy.
  • WoW, now we can sue against thissss

    WoW, now we can sue against thissss
    Congress finally lifts the gag rule which finally allowed the discussion of the possibility to abolish slavery, as prior there had been agreements to table such arguments.
  • Mexican-American War

    Mexican-American War
    a war fought over a border dispute in the newelly annexed texas and would result in the Mexican cession after the victory of the US.
  • Woooo Women ayayayayay ღƪ(ˆ◡ˆ)ʃ♡ƪ(ˆ◡ˆ)ʃ♪

    Woooo Women ayayayayay ღƪ(ˆ◡ˆ)ʃ♡ƪ(ˆ◡ˆ)ʃ♪
    Seneca Falls, one of the most influential gatherings of the time, it was mainly concerned with organizing the women of America towards a single goal, Sufferage.
  • California Gold Rush

    California Gold Rush
    the gold rush would result in the single largest American migratory event, that would result in the settling of the lands west of the Appalachian range and founding of numerous territory.
  • Treaty Of Guadalupe Hidalgo

    Treaty Of Guadalupe Hidalgo
    the treaty that ended the mexican american war and would relay the Mexican cession of texas along with many other territories, after their loss against america.
  • Compromise of 1850

    Compromise of 1850
    the comprimise of 1850 would be enacted as to satisfy the slave states and at the same time keep the balance in Congress and the house.
  • Fugitive Slave Law

    Fugitive Slave Law
    this law mandated all those who witnessed a runaway slave to be forced to assist in their capture whether they agreed with it or not
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin

    Uncle Tom's Cabin
    a powerfully influential piece that would open many northerners eyes to the horror of the life of slaves.
  • Election of 1860

    Election of 1860
    this election would see Lincoln elected and the outrage of this resulted in the succession of the south one by one as they saw what Lincoln stood for as dangerous to their 'way of life'.
  • Fort Sumter

    Fort Sumter
    the inciting conflict of the Civil war that would result in the south delayed victory on an unsuspecting Union fort.
  • The Emancipation Proclamation

    The Emancipation Proclamation
    This stunning address would announce the south and the union that the era of slavery had forever ended in America and that allowed the war to be about more than preserving the union therefore keeping Europe out.
  • Battle of Gettysburg

    Battle of Gettysburg
    the battle of Gettysburg was one of the bloodiest in American history that marked a turning point in the Union's resolve, and the address held afterward would steel the union's further assualts.
  • The Freedmen's Bureau

    The Freedmen's Bureau
    was congress's way of dealing with the financially ruined and the newly freed slaves after the end of the civil war
  • Fall of Richmond

    Fall of Richmond
    the fall of Richmond would see the final nail in the south coffin as the their capital city was finally captured by general Grant
  • Lee's surrender at Appomattox

    Lee's surrender at Appomattox
    The marker of the south's fall and the beginning of reconstruction for the gravely wounded union.
  • Black Codes

    Black Codes
    these codes were implemented by the south to keep the newly freed African American in line as to preserve what semblance of power they had left
  • The Alaska DLC

    the purchase of Alaska would open the US to the northwest settlements and further open the US's prospects in oil but this would take shape later.
  • Reconstruction Acts of 1867

    Reconstruction Acts of 1867
    these acts would be implemented to help reform the south and eventually reintroduce the south to the union as well as deal with the new freedman.
  • Finally the railroad finished downloading

    Finally the railroad finished downloading
    the completion of the Transcontinental railroad albeit a bit out of date at the time would be a great assistance for those headed out west spreading the population at large.
  • Now thats pretty big....

    Now thats pretty big....
    The organization of Standard Oil as one of America's most powerful monopolies would shift the political environment as well as the pockets of the poor and the wealthy.
  • The Panic of 1873

    The Panic of 1873
    This depression hit America with outrageous crazes, this would lead to congress having to push an act through as to relieve the exuberantly high prices.
  • Whiskey ring scandal

    Whiskey ring scandal
    The rampant Corruption of the Federal Government finally hit its ceiling and was exposed to the nation at large officially and this would see the decline of power in Grant's party.
  • Munn V. Illinios

    Munn V. Illinios
    this court case would see the passing of Granger Laws, these laws would finally give the struggling farmers at the assistance they desperately needed. Furthermore the laws would see the rise of farmers and farming rise to prominence again.
  • The Great Railway strike

    The Great Railway strike
    this potent and somewhat violent strike would be raised in the face of lowered wages and detestable conditions. The strike would spread far and would have to be settled with force.
  • The Oil Trust

    The Oil Trust
    The stranglehold of the newly emerged Standard Oil Trust would see a power emerge that the federal government could not ignore. The outright outmanouvering of the federal laws would not go unchecked.
  • the chinese exclusion act

    the chinese exclusion act
    in lieu of the outrage that followed the hiring of Chinese laborers, in the west the US would pass this act as to quell the citizen's rage and limit the immigrant's growth
  • The Pendelton Act

    The Pendelton Act
    This act was the culmination of the citizen's outrage as well as the necessity for the government to competent bodies in positions fo importance.
  • The Interstate Commerce act

    The Interstate Commerce act
    this act would see the regulation of interstate commerce though it would not do much, a later document would fix the issues of this one.
  • Plessy Vs. Ferguson

    Plessy Vs. Ferguson
    This would set a highly controversial precedent that would be overturned by the Brown V Board of education. The initial statues though would be the declaration of the legitimacy of Segregation.
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    NoW tHaTs A lOt CoLoNiEs ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ

    this includes a great many colonies that each contain a variety of unique details as to their formation, and as much as id love to that's just too much, Mass. Bay colony, Connecticut, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York and the Original Carolina, also some salutary neglect.
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    Yeah its big brain time ᕙ(▀̿̿Ĺ̯̿̿▀̿ ̿) ᕗ

    Why have only a Great Awakening, when you could get the bundle deal of a Great Awakening and a free Enlightenment with your double decade purchase. In reality these both events were pivotal to the development of the culture of the colonies
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    Acts of Encumbrance

    This includes many inciting actions taken by the British that would go on to greatly push the colonies to think of insubordination. These acts include:the Proclamation of 1763, sugar act, stamps act, and the townshend act.
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    An Intolerable Tea Party

    this includes both the Boston tea party and the series of acts known as the Intolerable acts. The intolerable acts included a great many taxations on the colonists after the Boston tea party.
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    He is always the answer for 400....

    The Great Awakening while not connect to most of the major events at the time, it was greatly socially impactful for the United States with many branch movements resulting from the Awakening. The major rise of evangelicalism played a pivotal role in spreading its sphere of influence.