Civil War

  • Telegraph

    Most telegraph machines come from the success of the railroad productions. Which increased growth of consolidating finances, reducing information costs between firms. Telegraphs were to be used in the evolution of long-distancing communicative machines.
  • Steel production

    Steel production
    granted access to create larger railroads, bridges, buildings taller as before, and ships that are currently in modern ages.
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    The Reconstruction

    During the reconstruction era, abolishing slavery was possible to engage. There was determination of giving the rights for blacks to vote.
  • The Freedmen's Bureau

    The Freedmen's Bureau
    Of course, this event was established for the supervision and agreements to manage all refugees and freedmen's opportunity for abandoned land's during the civil war. Which ended in 1872. Which mainly focuses on on providing support from formally enslaved people.
  • Black Codes

    Black Codes
    The black codes were authorized by the constitution, advising possible laws to be invented. Of course, it's main goal was to prohibit blacks from accessing main sources of survival and separate them from the whites, which was known as segregation. Each vagrancy laws involves rights of blacks that should be punished or criminalized if not following southerner's orders.
  • Amendment 14,

    Amendment 14,
    Of course after the civil war, the 14th amendment was authorized by the government institution to grant permissions of freed slaves a right to vote and officially providing equality, which never came. And has forbidden the movement of depriving people's rights. Which of course, was done by the works of Abraham Lincoln until his assassination in 1865. In 1866, the amendment was passed on to one of the amendments of the Constitution.
  • Labor Unions

    Labor Unions
    At around 1866, labor unions were created to gain better communicative responses between workers and employees during the decrease of labor. Most of the laborers achieved higher wages and better recommended hours, doubled the increase of safe-working conditions, improved health benefits.
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    Second Industrial Revolution

    To be precise, the 2nd revolution almost simplifies modern industries currently in usage to this day. In the 1870, steel companies and railroad companies are more common to find around the state.
  • Electricity

    Many areas such as the transportation of railways, street lighting, radios, industries included electric components, which slowly grew rapidly into worldwide energy usage and allowed major developments of manufactured methods that persuaded the evolution of all industries.
  • Taylorism

    Taylorism was made for the purpose of increasing efficiency of factory operations given by specific tasks; in which each individual must perform hard time effort in an environment. Unfortunately, a couple of negative impacts lacked the moral principles of treating humans as real beings, and dramatically affected health conditions in workers.
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    Progressive Era

    Progressive Era was considered a major widespread social activism and political reforms in the U.S. against corruption, monopoly, economic crisis and inefficiency
  • Explosion at Cuban: The U.S.S Maine Devastation!

    Explosion at Cuban: The U.S.S Maine Devastation!
    In 1898, an explosion with no origins had occurred in Hanava Harbor, causing the U.S.S Maine to explode completely, costing the lives of 250 crew members, which include entire crew members of the vessel. This in return had brought in assumptions of the Spanish planning an attack on Cuba, which ultimately led to the declaration of war.
  • Spanish-American War

    Spanish-American War
    From the direct result of the explosion in Hanava Harbor in Cuba, multiple counter-acts took place in response to this unknown origin that was assumed to be an attack. In the span of half a year, 66,000 Spanish Soldiers were killed by the Great power of the United States and only 2,061 soldiers who served for the state died, resulting in the Victory of the U.S.
  • Annexation of Hawaii

    Annexation of Hawaii
    Despite the circumstances reveled in the isolated islands of Hawaii, were taken over by the American's encouragement and enforcement to transition their nation into the U.S flag. Dramatic results had occurred during the event, as the governments and soldiers threatened Hawaiians to be annexed.
  • Carlisle Indian Industrial School

    Carlisle Indian Industrial School
    C.I.I.S was known to specifically remove indigenous cultural lifestyles and accumulate them into American society. (Basically native children who are taken into becoming part of the American culture)
  • Muckrakers

    Muckrakers are a series of journalists, especially investigators whose job was to indicate and expose solely of corruption in the majority of businesses including Standard Oil which had an significant influence of key legislation.
  • Conflicts over Alliances

    Conflicts over Alliances
    As to the Great Allies. France, Britain, and Russia had formed an alliance known as the Triple Entente in 1907 which led to Germany's concern of them being a threat to their power and existence which later declared war against the allied countries.
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    World War I

    Catastrophic War that led to the deaths of millions by hand.
  • Battle of Verdun

    Battle of Verdun
    The Battle of Verdun was considered to be one of the longest battles in world history lasting almost a year at most. The French had made a victory over their battle against the Germans. Approximately 305,000 soldiers were killed and wounded.
  • Native Americans Involvement in WWI

    Native Americans Involvement in WWI
    Approximately 12,000 Native Americans served as soldiers in the U.S. Military while multiple indigenous people supported their efforts by working in war industries. Most shockingly, they served as scouts, snipers, and code-talkers while leading to the success of defeating the Triple Alliance. Most natives were promised to be enlisted in WW1 after being granted as part of the citizens of the U.S.
  • Influenza Pandemic

    Influenza Pandemic
    A major spread of disease had made an enormous impact on WWI which led to the rapid spread of the flu worldwide which also added strain to most of the existing militaries when removing over a thousand men out of action in a couple of weeks.
  • 19th Amendment

    19th Amendment
    The 19th amendment consists of granting citizens the ability to vote for women's suffrage which later became a struggle after discrimination.
  • Hoovervilles

    Hoovervilles are a small town built by unemployed people and the homeless after being evicted from their home. The percentage rate sparked up to 26% in the 1930s. In which most of the town were homeless encampments and shacktowns during the beginning of the Great Depression. The eviction only led the encouragement to popularize and expand hooverville furthermore while crime rates increased dramatically.
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    The Great Depression

    The most economical crisis occurred two decades after the devastation of World War I.
  • The Stock Market Crash of 1929

    The Stock Market Crash of 1929
    During the 1920s, the stock market had gained in a rapid paste of expansion further which led to its peak by August of 1929 after being speculated during the "Roaring Twenties" and had suddenly declined frequently, leaving thousands and millions of people unemployed and their stock values untouched.
  • The Dust Bowl

    The Dust Bowl
    The Dust Bowl led to a series of severe dust storms that had immensly damaged ecology and most of agricultures of American and Canadian prairies during the "Dirty Thirties" and mostly had been caused by the intense droughts that dreaded across the country in the midwest. Which lasted over a decade and devastated farmer's lands which led to the increase risk of market failure.
  • Bombing of Pearl Harbor

    Bombing of Pearl Harbor
    The attack on Pearl Harbor led to the deaths of thousands of American soldiers that hadn't notice the unusual omen in front of them. The Japanese had launched a surprise attack at the time of the peace conference from Malaya to Hawaii in Honolulu in 1941. This was controversial at the time which led to the United States declaring war against Japan.
  • Japanese Internment

    Japanese Internment
    The Interment of J.A was a camp that held many Japanese Americans that led to the belief of them considered spies or alien-like beings. Many children came out to express their experience with the Japanese internment camps, most of them enjoyed the site while others disregard how they were treated. Later on, this would spark a constitutional a political debate and Roosevelt made an apology for doing such a thing.
  • Tuskegee Airmen

    Tuskegee Airmen
    Tuskegee Airmen were one of the few first African American military aviators in U.S. Armed Forces, many black Americans were assigned over 15,000 missions individually and achieved great success by giving their combat and honoring their bravery on taking down over 112 enemy airplanes.
  • Dropping of Atomic Bombs

    Dropping of Atomic Bombs
    In the ninth of August 1945, an atomic bomb was dropped on top of Hiroshima which killed over 129,000 and 226,000 civilians in the two cities. The "Little Boy" was dropped at the first location while the other named "Fat Man" was dropped on Nagasaki which had similar effects from the previous bomb. This was considered one of the most horrifying ways to end a war as many victims of the bombing suffer from severe illness due to exposure of radiation.
  • McCarthyism (The Red Scare)

    McCarthyism (The Red Scare)
    Many American employees were accused of political disloyalty or activities that are considered threatening to the economy of the United States. This mainly focuses on eradication communism spreading across the nation, yet it ruined the lives of many Americans who have their own opinions on different ideologies.
  • The Space Race

    The Space Race
    The Space Race was led by the fear of United States being bombarded by nuclear missiles in space. Due to the immense fear the Nation had, they decided to compete again USSR on who can invent the best spaceship possible, which later reunited both states after admitting their mistakes.
  • Cuban Missile Crisis

    Cuban Missile Crisis
    This event which almost led to a nuclear fallout by the USSR supporting Cuban's military upgrades immensely brought fear upon many, Kennedy publicly addressed the dangerous confrontation happening from the naked eye and announced that the USA would be blockading Cuban.