Events that Impacted the world the most

By Sarah22
  • The Encyclopedia

    The Encyclopedia
    Time Lineof The Enlightenment PeriodDiderot published the encyclopedia in 1751. If we didn't have the encyclopedia it would be hard to find information today.
  • Boston Masacure

    Boston Masacure
    Boston Massacre
    The Boston Masacure was caused by British troops. Effecs of the Boston Massacuret: The Boston masacure lead to the American Revolution because more people kept getting more and more angry.
  • Decleration of independence

    Decleration of independence
    United States Declaration of Independence
    The decleration of independence is a document and it declared that Great Britain recieved independence, and they did. Today the Decleration of Independence imapacts history because it symbolizes freedom for America.
  • Decleration of the rights of man

    Decleration of the rights of man
    Decleration of the rights of manThe Decleration of the rights of man is a fundamental document. The decleration impacted America because this document showed the rights for man.
  • Cotton Gin

    Cotton Gin
    The Cotton Gin and Eli Whitney
    Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin. The coton gin impacted history in a huge way because it revolutionized the cotton industry. Before the cotton gin it took 100's of hours for men to seperate the cotton seed from the raw fibers.
  • Slavery's abolished

    Slavery's abolished
    13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: Abolition of Slavery
    Slavery was abolished in 1865 because of the 13th ammendment. It impacted history because all the slaves were freed from slavery.
  • Lincon Assasanation

    Lincon Assasanation
    Assassination of Abraham LincolnAbraham Lincon was assasened on Good Friday, April 14, 1865, This effected history because e was the first American President to be assasinated.
  • Suez Canal

    Suez Canal
    Suez Canal
    The Suez canal was a waterway to egypt and it connected to the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. Its imprortant to because it made trade easier between Europe,
  • The Fourteen Points

    The Fourteen Points
    primary document
    The Fourteen Points was a speech recited by Woodrow Wilson on January 8, 1918. This was important because Woodrow Wilson promised Political freedom.
  • Treaty of Versailles

    Treaty of Versailles
    Treaty of Versailles

    The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty. Its important to America because it's a peace treaty that ended World War I.