• First Voyage for Settlers

    First Voyage for Settlers
    James Town HistoryVoyage to new land: North America!
    John Roth who creates a "Boom" town named James Town.
  • May Flower

    May Flower
    Plymouth Rock10 years after Jamestown settlers came along, Plymouth was made.
    Edwin Winnslow~William Bradford
  • Plymoth

    Plymouth RockThe Plymoth people helped the natives fight a rival tribe, and afterwards had a feast, which later on becomes Thanksgiving.
  • Maryland Toleration Act

    Maryland Toleration Act
    Maryland Toleration ActA law mandating religious tolerance for trinitarian Christians.
  • The Repeal of the Toleration Act

    The RepealIn 1654, only five years after it's passage, the Act was repealed.
  • Cotton Gin

    Cotton Gin
    Eli Whitney's invention get patent.
    Cotton Gin
  • Ben Franklin's Kite Experiment

    The KiteBen's kite experiment took place to make the genius but dangerous discovery of electricity.
  • Boston's First Newspaper

    Boston's First Newspaper
    First NewpaperBoston had made their very first Newspaper.
  • The Sugar Act

    The American Revenue Act of 1764An Act intended to raise revenues, was passed by British Parliament.
  • Boston Liberty

    Boston Liberty
    John's way of helping the Colonial's.
    John Hancock's Ship
  • Paul Revear

    Paul Revear
    Paul Revere's HistoryThe historical man who in his own way, helped win the war against the British. He was a well known silversmith.
  • First Continental Congress

    First Continental Congress
    [History of the First Congress]( first Continental Congress was formed for our country.
  • Daniel Boone

    Daniel Boone
    A man who tried to riot against the Britisha dn get their weapons.
    Daniel Boone
  • The British Are Coming!

    The British Are Coming!
    The notorious "Midnight Ride"
    The Ride
  • Battle of Bunker Hill

    Battle of Bunker Hill
    Battle of Bunker Hill"Battle of Breed's Hill" was what the British would refer it as.But was named after the adjacent Bunker Hill, which was peripherally involved in the battle.
  • Staten Island

    Staten Island
    Battle of Staten IslandStaten Island held a battle between the British and Americans.
  • Declaration Of Independence

    Declaration Of Independence
    United States Declaration of Independence
    This announced that the thirteen American colonies seen America as an independent state, even when at war with Great Britiain.
  • British open fire!

    British open fire!
    British Open Fire on NYC
    The British open fire on New York City from the Hudson River.
  • Kip's Bay

    Kip's Bay
    British warships took positions on Kip’s Bay to provide protection for a flotilla of flat-bottomed boats that ferried 4,000 British soliers to Manhattan
    The Battle of Kip's Bay
  • Second Continental Congress

    Second Continental Congress
    Articles of ConfederationSecond Continental Congress: The Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation.
  • The Treaty of Alliance was signed with France.

    The Treaty of Alliance was signed with France.
    Alliance TreatyThe Treaty of Alliance was signed with France
  • Louisana Territories Purchase

    Louisana Territories Purchase
    The US paid France to have Louisianna be part of the nation.
    Louisiana Purchase
  • Lewis and Clark

    Lewis and Clark
    Two explorers expedition to the Pacific.
    Lewis & Clark Timeline
  • Modern Era-Industrial Revolution

    Modern Era-Industrial Revolution
    Modern EraWhen technology and innovations began.
  • The Alamo

    The Alamo
    The arrival of General Antonio López de Santa Anna's army outside San Antonio nearly caught them by surprise. Undaunted, the Texians and Tejanos prepared to defend the Alamo together.
    Battle of the Alamo
  • New Orleans Slavery Auction

    New Orleans Slavery Auction
    New OrleansWhen slaves would be sold to farmers and other men.
  • War on Mexico

    War on Mexico
    War on MexicoCongress declares war on Mexico after American troops, under General Zachary Taylor, clash with Mexican troops on the north bank of the Rio Grande.
  • Donner Party

    Donner Party
    Donner Party87 American pioneers set out in a wagon train heading west for Califormia.
  • George E. Waring, Jr.

    George E. Waring, Jr.
    WaringWaring made what is considered to be the largest drainage project of it's time. With help from his "White Ducks" George cleaned up New York's Central Park and streets, making it a better and healthier place to live.
  • Lincoln runs for president

    Lincoln runs for president
  • Capture of a Ferry

    Capture of a Ferry
    John BrownJohn Brown and twenty-one armed followers stole onto the town of Harper's Ferry, Virginia.
  • John Brown's Execution

    Executed for trying to capture a mass of weapons belonging to the south and for trying to get the local slaves to help him rebel.
  • Pioneer Settlers

  • Lincoln Runs for President

  • Lincoln becomes President

    Lincoln becomes President
  • Lincoln is Elected

  • Civil War

    American Civil WarWhen the hostilities began, and when Confederate forces attacked a U.S Military Installation a Fort Sumter.
  • Mini Ball

    The mini ball bullet became the most devistating bullet made for the civil war.
  • Battle of Bullrun

    The second part of the battle.
  • Homestead Act

    Homestead Act
    Homestead ActOne of three United States federal laws that gave ownership at no cost of farmland.
  • Robert E. Lee

    Robert E. Lee
    A career as a military officer who is best known for having commanded the Confederates of Nothern Virginia.
  • Abraham's Propose to the South

    Trying to get the South to peacefully surrender with a compromise, but the South ignores it.
  • Emancipation Proclamation

    Emancipation Proclamation
    ProclamationWhile in office Abraham Lincoln and an executive order called the Emanciaption Proclamation. It proclaimed the freedon of slaves.
  • Rail Road of the Sierra Mountains

     Rail Road of the Sierra Mountains
    Rail Road os SierraTheodore Dehone Judah was the cheif engineer that made the first Transcontinental Railroad.
  • Done.

    T.D. JudahAfter the rail road through the mountains was finished T.D. Judah sent a telegram and all it said was "Done."
  • The Locusts Come Alive!

    The Locusts Come Alive!
    Locust PlagueLocusts swarm, eating 1/2 the crops in the western part of the U.S.
  • Carnegie's Steel Factory

    Carnegie's Steel Factory
    Carnegie's Steel CompanyThe first steel factory, located in Pittsburgh,
  • Thomas Edison makes the Light Bulb!

    Thomas Edison makes the Light Bulb!
    Thomas EdisonThomas Edison spent years trying to create light, and finally succeeds.
  • Statue of Liberty-gift from France

    Statue of Liberty-gift from France
    The statue of Liberty is given to use, but we do not have the money to build it. But once word spreads because of the newpapers of NYC donations were made and they ended up having over the amount of money needed.
    Statue of Liberty
  • Spindletop

    The first big oil rig.
    SpindleTop HistorySpindletop
  • The Struggle for Water

    The Struggle for Water
    History of the LA AqueductIn LA the water was becoming scaress, looking for a solution, Zanja Madre went out searching for other sources of water.
  • First Production of the Model T

    First Production of the Model T
    Henry Ford's first convenient vehicle, that boomed in sales. Even Farmers could by a vehicle, it was considered a thing for the wealthy. this model was sturdy and was able to work better than the ccars the wealthy owned.
    Henry Ford
  • Triangle Shirt Waist Factory

    Triangle Shirt Waist Factory
    A fire started in a shirt factory filled with women. And because the firefighter's ladders couldn't reach the floors women were stuck on, many of them died.
    The Fire Trial
  • Henry Ford's Assembley Line

    Henry Ford's Assembley Line
    Henry Ford was the first person to ever make up the assembley lines in the factory industry.
    History of the Assembley Line
  • The Red Summer

    The Red Summer
    The Summer that people ot the North in cities started to turn out to be almost as racist as people of the South. A lot of African Americans died that summer.
    The Red SummerEven though the north was a better places for African Americans, it doesnt mean ta the people we all better than the people of the south.
  • Prohibition Starts

    Prohibition Starts
    The issue of alcohol comes to the government, and it does not go over well.
    Prohibiton's History
  • Mount Rushmore

    Mount Rushmore
    Mt. RushmoreThe construction of Mount Rushmore begins.
  • The Jazz Singer

    The first motion picture with sound, was released.
  • Saint Valentine's Day Massacre

    Saint Valentine's Day Massacre
    The Massacre 7 Gangsters were murdered in South side Chicago
  • Stock Market Crash

    Stock Market Crash
    After experiencing an huge economic expansion the technologies and improved production the U.S. seemed unbeatable. But at the time 80% of Americans did not own a savings account. But everyone was involved in the Stock Market.
    Stock Market Crash of 1929
  • Plans for the Hoover Dam began

    Plans for the Hoover Dam began
    Frank CroweFrank "Hurry Up" Crowe was the man behind the construction of the Hoover Dam. His nickname was "Hurry-Up" because like the Hoover Dam, Frank did things fast,accuratley, and in big proportions. The Hoover Dam was supposed to be done in 6 years, Frank got it done in 4.
  • Great Depression

    New DealRoosevelt introduced the New Deal, focusing the "3Rs" of relief, recovery, and reform.
  • After the panic.

    After the panic.
    Stock MarketIt was recorded that after the Stock Market Crash of 1929 that 744 US banks failed. 28 States didnt even have a bank at all.
  • The Hoover Dam

    The Hoover Dam
    The Hoover DamThe construction of the historical Hoover Dam is finished.
  • Construction of Mount Rushmore is finished

    Construction of Mount Rushmore is finished
    Construction of Mount Rushmore is finished. Mt. Rushmore
  • Slavery is ended

    Slavery is ended
    The time of slavery is gone, but that doesnt mean African Americans and other races were treated equally by the white Americans.Slavery Has Ended
  • Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    Pearl HarborPearl Harbor starts up, and we are basically defenseless.
  • Atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

    Atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
    Atomic BombingDuring the final stages of WW2 in 1945, the Allies conducted two atomic bombs.
  • Korean War

    Korean War
    Korean WarA war between the Republic of Korea (which was supported by the USA) and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (which was supported by the People's Republic of China).