Goal 1 - Goal 12 Timeline

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In History
  • The New Nation - Hamiliton's Economic Plan

    The New Nation - Hamiliton's Economic Plan
    Hamiliton proposed his financial plan to congress the plan included three this which were paying all of war debits and states debts, raising goverenment revenue and creating a national bank. Sectionalism arose over repayment of states debts many southerns repaid their debts and refused to help northerns pay for theirs. Tariff came along which the government placed the highest taxes on foreign goods the Americans used the most this ensured a steady flow. The National Bank eventually came along.
  • The New Nation - The Whiskey Rebellion

    The New Nation - The Whiskey Rebellion
    Farmers who used their crops in a form whiskey as a medium of exchange were forced to pay a new tax. This tax was apart of Hamilition's program to increase the central government power . War Veterans refused to pay the taxation because they felt that they fought for the U.S so they shouldn't be taxed .
  • The New Nation - Marbury v. Madison

    The New Nation -  Marbury v. Madison
    This Landmark decision helped define the boundaries of executive and judical branches. Because of this court case the Juducary Act of 1789 was created.
  • Expansion and Reform - The War of 1812

    Expansion and Reform - The War of 1812
    This war brought nationalism to the country . Also President Madison was reelected with hardly any opposition.
  • Epansion and Reform - Trail of Tears

    Epansion and Reform - Trail of Tears
    Native Americans were forced to move from the southeasten of the U.S. What made this happen was the Indain Removal Act which made Natives to move.
  • Expansion and Reform - Nullification Crisis

    Expansion and Reform - Nullification Crisis
    The ordinance declared by the power of the state that the federal Tariff of 1828 and 1832 were unconstitional which was null and void within the boundaries of South Carolina . Tariff of Abominations was enacted as law .
  • The Gilded Act - Sherman Antitrust Act

    The Gilded Act - Sherman Antitrust Act
    This Act made monopolies illegal. It was the first federal statue to limit cartels and monopolies.
  • The American Civil War and Reconstruction - Civl War

    The American Civil War and Reconstruction - Civl War
    The war's main issue was slavery and the whole expanding slavery issue. After four days of the bloody violence the South was demolsihed, slavery was abolished and Reconstruction began.
  • The American Frontier - Homestead Act

    The American Frontier - Homestead Act
    The Homestead Act brought many "wannabe" farmers to the mid-west. Farmers were given 160 arces of land and if they did everything correctly then they were able to keep the land. U.S government gave states land which they sold and took the money to establish agricultural and technical colleges .
  • The American Civil War and Reconstruction - Reconstruction

    The American Civil War and Reconstruction - Reconstruction
    Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson took a position trying to bring the South back to normal as soon as possible . Radical Republicans used Congress to block the moderate approach, to impose harsh terms and to upgrade rights for the freedman
  • The American Civil War and Reconstruction - President Johnson's Impeachment

    The American Civil War and Reconstruction - President Johnson's Impeachment
    Johnson's impeachment was the most dramatic event in Reconstruction history and the first impeachment in history. The House's charge against Johnson was that he violated the Tenure of Office Act Congress passed that previous year .
  • The Gilded Age - Knights of Labor

    The Gilded Age - Knights of Labor
    The Knights Of Labor was the first American labor group the group allowed African Americans and unskilled workers to join. Big business leaders feared unions because of the power they hold.
  • The American Frontier - Century of Dishonor by Helen Jackson

    The American Frontier - Century of Dishonor by Helen Jackson
    Century of Dishonor was a book written by Helen Jackson which detailed all the injustoice, prejuice and discrimination committed against the Indians which eventually led to Congress passing The Dawes Act . The Dawes Act broke up reservations and gave Indians families farms and sent their children to boarding school changing their identity to fit American society.
  • The Gilded Age - Chinese Exclusion Act

    The Gilded Age - Chinese Exclusion Act
    It was one of the most significant restrictions on free immigantion in U.S history prohibiting all immigrantion of Chinese laborers. The Chinese Exclusion Act was repealed by the Magnuson Act during a time China became allies with U.S to fight against Japan in WWII .
  • The American Frontier - The Wounded Knee Massacre

    The American Frontier - The Wounded Knee Massacre
    The U.S Army retaliated by attacking Sioux killing old men, women and children. The troops used machine guns to murder the Indians . It made many Americans uneasy as they are ended Indian resistance limites to man's inhumanity to man ,
  • Progressivism - How the Other Half Lives by Jacob Riis

    Progressivism - How the Other Half Lives by Jacob Riis
    "How the Other Half Lives" was a document exposing the slums to the upper and middle classes. The book also exposed sweatshops that paid workers only a few cents.
  • The Age of Imperialism - Treaty of Paris

    The Age of Imperialism - Treaty of Paris
    The Treaty of Paris officially ended "A Spendid Little War" Spain gave up its control on Cuba , Pueto Rican, and Guam . It also sold the Phippines to America.
  • The Age of Imperialism - Spanish American War

    The Age of Imperialism - Spanish American War
    Cuba belonged to Spain which the Spanish were treating them wrong and Cubans wanted their independence shockingly Americans felt for Cuba's point a view. A few writers sensationalized the war which drove action and sympathy to have war against Spain. Mckinley sent the American battleship USS Maine to Cuba and the ship eventually blew up and Ameicans blamed Spain.
  • The Age of Imperialism - Open Door Policy

    The Age of Imperialism - Open Door Policy
    France, Germany, Great Britian and Italy was all claiming trading rights in China. U.S. states John Hay sent a letter to all foreign powers. The Policy basically made equal trading rights for everyone China kicked the foreigners out which was called The Boxer Rebellion .
  • Progressivism - The Jungle by Upton Sinclair

    Progressivism - The Jungle by Upton Sinclair
    The Jungle exposed the lives of immigrants in the United States. Many people were more aware about African American meatpacking industry exposure part though.
  • The Great War - Lusitania

    The Great War -  Lusitania
    British torpedoed and sunk by German U- Boat German said they were susicious they thought it was carrying a conta band. Many Americans wanted to go to war but the Germans then made a pledge saying they promise not to sink no more ships which prevented them go to war with the U.S.
  • The Great War - Selective Service Act

    The Great War - Selective Service Act
    The U.S.S military was really small the Selective Service Act raise the numbers of men serving in the military known as the draft . The Act itself was drafted by Hugh Johnson after the U.S entered WWI by declaring war on Germany .
  • Roaring 20s Great Depression - 18th Amendment

    Roaring 20s Great Depression - 18th Amendment
    The 18th Amendment forbade the manufacture distribution and sale of alcohol any where in the United States.This Amendemnt led to bootleggers and speakeasies. Also the crime rate arose because of the prohibition.
  • Roaring 20s Great Depression - American Writers

    Roaring 20s Great Depression - American Writers
    American writers were referred as the " lost generation" they felt lost in society of greed and moral corruption. Many wrote like Sinclair Lewis wrote about society through her stories. Others explored American wealth through their stories like F.Scott Fitzgerald off the book The Great Gasby.
  • Roaring 20s Great Depression - Black Tuesday

    Roaring 20s Great Depression - Black Tuesday
    Black Tuesday was led by buying on margin . The system worked as well as long as stock prices increase but on October 1929 stock prices dropped sharply .
  • World War II - Neutrality Acts

    World War II - Neutrality Acts
    While other nations were going to war the United States didn't . The United States didnt really stay neutral after a while .
  • World War II - Non - Agression Pact

    World War II - Non - Agression Pact
    Hitler and Stalin both promised not to attack one another even though they both knew it was a sham. Hitler and Stalin eventually attacked one another .
  • World War II - Truman Doctrine

    World War II - Truman Doctrine
    Harry Truman said the United States and Turkey military to prevent them for falling into the Soviet Sphere. People thought it was the start of Cold War and the containment policy .
  • Recover, Prosperity and Turmoil - The Montgomery Bus Boycott

    Recover, Prosperity and Turmoil - The Montgomery Bus Boycott
    Rosa Parks was the first African American to refuse to give up her sit for a white passengner. She was arrested which triggered the Black community and NAACP to respond with boycotting the buses .
  • Recovery, Prosperity, and Turmoil - National Highway Act

    Recovery, Prosperity, and Turmoil - National Highway Act
    The National Highway Act created the bustling interstate highway system businesses then could have a great transportation system. Not only was they transportation was good all over the Nation it also was faster then ever.
  • Recovery, Prosperity and Turmoil - The Voting Rights of 1965

    Recovery, Prosperity and Turmoil - The Voting Rights of 1965
    This banned laws from preventing Blacks from voting for example Literacy Test . This made violence in the streets increase and the KK even more larger and mad .
  • The United States since the Vietmam War - Camp David Accords

    The United States since the Vietmam War - Camp David Accords
    Jimmy Carter made this peace treaty between Egypt and Israel leaders Begin and Sadat. This was known as Carter's greatest achievement.
  • The United States since the Vietnam War - Iranian Hostage Crisis

    The United States since the Vietnam War - Iranian Hostage Crisis
    52 Americans were held hostage for 44 days by Iranians . The hostages were released on Reagan's inauguration and was considerd Carter's worse failure.
  • The United States since the Vietnam War - Berlin Wall

    The United States since the Vietnam War - Berlin Wall
    The Soviet Union started to give up the financial responsibility of teh Eastern European satellite nations Hungry,Poland,Czechuslovaka, and Romania all begint o gain their independence in 1989 . The Berlin Wall fell which symbolized the fall of communism and the long living of Democracy .