Economics Hundred Years Timeline Domin

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    Economics Hundred Years Timeline Domin

  • The First SIlent Movie

    The First SIlent Movie
    The Great Train Robbery was the first narrative movie. It led to popularity leading directly to the opening up of permanent movie theaters and the possibility of a future film industry. It was only 12 minutes long but made money.
  • First Wold Series

    First Wold Series
    The 1903 World Series was the first modern World Series to be played in Major League Baseball. It was the Boston Americans of the American League against the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League in a best-of-nine series, with Boston winning the last four games.
  • New York City Subway Opens

    New York City Subway Opens
    The New York City Subway system owned by the City of New York. It is one of the largest public transportation systems in the world by number of stations, with 468 stations in operation The New York City Subway is also one of the world's oldest public transit systems.
  • The Titanic

    The Titanic
    The Titanic was a ship that sailed from England all the way to New York. It was one of the most largest and included most luxuorius passengers. The ship sunk due to hitting an iceburg that killed about 1,500 people. The ships is legandary and later in 1997 a movie was made about the Titanic.
  • World War 1

    World War 1
    The first World War in America with Europe. More than 9 million of our troops were killed. It was one of the most deadliest conflicts in history, changing the way for poltical adjustements including revolutions with many nations involved.
  • The First Electric Traffic LIght

    The First Electric Traffic LIght
    The first traffic light was developed in 1912 by Lester Wire.
  • The Start of the Harlem Renissance

    The Start of the Harlem Renissance
    This was a cultural movement that spanned in the 1920's. It was known as the New Negro Movement which included African American cultural expressions affected by the Great Migration.
  • The Nineteenth Admendment

    The Nineteenth Admendment
    The Nineteenth admendment of the US Constitution prohibted any US citizen from being denied the right to vote, This was the result from the Womens Suffrage Movement that fought for the right for women to vote.
  • The Winter Oylmics

    The Winter Oylmics
    The first Olymic game which is a winter multi sport that took place in France. The Oylmpics is one of the most popular and famous events all around the world.
  • The Oxford English Dictionary

    The Oxford English Dictionary
    The Oxford English Dictionary was published by the Oxford University Press and it is the largest dictionary of English. ANd later revised in 1989.
  • Herbert Hoover President

    Herbert Hoover President
    Herbet Hoover was the 31st president of the U.S. He basically didn't do anything to help the Great Depression and employment. People opposed him and his taxes and tariff act was no help.
  • Stock Market Crash of 1929

    Stock Market Crash of 1929
    The stock market crash was known as the start of the Great Depression. Production began to decline and Unemployment has risen. On Tuesday October 29,1929 was when stocks completely dropped and billions of dollars were lost which wiped out investors and stock tickers.
  • Star Spangled Banner

    Star Spangled Banner
    March 3,1931,"The Star-Spangled Banner" became the national anthem of the United States. On Sept. 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key wrote the song after the battle of Fort McHenry.
  • Empire State Building

    Empire State Building
    In the year of 1931 the Empire State Building was completed and was known as the tallest building in the world standing at 1,250 ft tall. It became a symbol of 20th century mans attempt to achieve the impossible.
  • Franklin D. Rooselvelt as President

    Franklin D. Rooselvelt as President
    He was the 32nd president of the US. He was elected for four elective terms. Dominant leader of the Democratic Party. He bulit a New Deal Coalition that realigned American Politics after 1932.
  • The Dust Bowl

    The Dust Bowl
    The dust bowl was a time of severe dust storms that greatly damaged agriculture during the 1930s. It caused severe drought to the land ruining the soil for the farmers.
  • The Social Security Act

    The Social Security Act
    This act was passed by Congress as part as the Second New Deal. The act provided beneifts to retirees and the unemployed. The act was an attempt to limit the dangers in American life such as old age, poverty, children and women, unemployment.
  • The Hoover Dam

    The Hoover Dam
    The Hoover Dam was constructed during the Great Depression and was dedicated to Franklin D. Roosevelt but named after Herbet Hoover. It took massive effort which involved thousands of workers and cost over 100 lives. Constructed on the border between Arizona and Nevada.
  • Amelia Earhart

    Amelia Earhart
    She was known as the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean and the first person to make a solo flight across both the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. First woman to fly across the world.
  • Mount Rushmore Opened

    Mount Rushmore Opened
    The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is a sculpture carved into the granite of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, Sculpted by Gutzon Borglum and his son, Lincoln Borglum, Mount Rushmore features 60-foot sculptures of the heads of four United States presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt , Abraham Lincoln.
  • The United Nations Founded

    The United Nations Founded
    The United Nations was founded international operation, it includes maintaing international peace and security, promoting human rights, social and economic development and protecting the government. It later caused the Second World War
  • Gandhi Assassination

    Gandhi Assassination
    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British-ruled India. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world.
  • Credit Card Introduced

    Credit Card Introduced
    The credit card was thought by Frank X. McNamara and was made for the use of using one card at multiple stores. It was a way to make more money and soon later invented and started by a company named Diners Club.
  • The Color Tv

    The Color Tv
    Evem though the Televisions were already introduced those didnt have color they were only black and white. The color tv was a new way of seeing technology work. It sold out slow at first but later became a new tool.
  • African American Civil Rights Movement

    African American Civil Rights Movement
    This was a social movment in the Untied States whose goal was to end racial segregation and discrimination against Black Americans and enforce constitutional voting rights to them. Ended in 1968.
  • NASA

    NASA also known as National Aerounatics and Space Adminstration, it is the agency of the government responsible for the nations civilan space program and for research.
  • Martin Luther King Jr.

    Martin Luther King Jr.
    Martin was a inspirational speaker who made a publish speech about American Rights and putting an end to slavery. His speech about I have a Dream was one of the most famous speeches.
  • Assination of John F. Kennedy

    Assination of John F. Kennedy
    The 35th president of the United States was assinated in Dallas Tx, he was fatally shot by a sniper while traveling with the governmer. It took ten months to figure out the shooter was Lee Harvey Oswald.
  • Northeast Blackout of 1965

    Northeast Blackout of 1965
    The Northeast blackout of 1965 was a significant disruption in the supply of electricity on Tuesday, November 9, 1965, affecting parts of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, New York, and New Jersey in the United States. Over 30 million people and 80,000 square miles were left without electricity for up to 13 hours.
  • The Munich Massacre

    The Munich Massacre
    The Munich Massacre was an attack during the Summer Olympics. People were kidnapped and evenutally killed.
  • Microsoft Founded

    Microsoft Founded
    Microsoft Corporation is an American corporation that supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services. It is the world's most valuable companies.
  • The Walkman

    The Walkman
    Walkman is a Sony brand tradename originally used for portable audio cassette players, and used to market Sony's portable audio.
  • New Diseases

    New Diseases
    Human immunodeficiency virus infection / acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is a disease of the human immune system caused by infection with human immunodeficiency virus. During the initial infection, a person may experience a brief period of influenza-like illness.
  • Sally Ride

    Sally Ride
    Sally Kristen Ride was an American physicist and astronaut. She joined NASA in 1978 and at the age of 32, she became the first American woman in space.
  • Black Monday

    Black Monday
    On October 19, 1987, the New York Stock Exchange experienced a dramatic sell-off, in which most of the stocks listed on the exchange lost a great deal of their value.
  • World Trade Center Bombed

    World Trade Center Bombed
    Terriotists planned for a truck bomb to explode under the north tower intending for it to crash into the south tower but failed. Six people were died and more than a thousand people were injured.
  • North American Free Trade Agreement

    North American Free Trade Agreement
    Created the largest free trade region in the world, generating economic growth and helping to raise the standard of living for the people of all three member countries.
  • Most Successful Movie (Titanic)

    Most Successful Movie (Titanic)
    Titanic is a 1997 American epic romantic disaster film directed and written by James Cameron. Making a worldwide total of $2.18 billion dollars.
  • Remember September 11

    Remember September 11
    September 11 was a day where thousnds of people were killed because of four coordinated terriost attacks. Two planed crashed into the twin towers and two other planes tried crashing into the pentagon and Washington D.C.
  • Youtube!

    Youtube! was launched in 2005. It grew rapidly, reaching 100 million views per day within a year of being launched. Estimated earning at $1 million a day. By 2009, the site had reached over a billion views daily and become the 4th most popular site
  • Barack Obama

    Barack Obama
    Barack Obama was elected the 44th president of the U.S. in January 2009, becoming the first African American to hold office. His immediate actions were focused on the financial crisis plaguing the country.