Lauren Gower and Eric grant's timeline

  • Jan 1, 1450

    travlers rest

    travlers rest
    First Cherokee enter the state in the vicinity of Traveler's Rest. Tugaloo Old Town is the first major Cherokee village.
    Helps us know the Cherokee life style
  • Jan 1, 1492


    columbus and his crew sarched to find new land
    if he hadnt found America we wouldn't be here
  • Jan 1, 1540

    First Cherokee in America

    First Cherokee in America
    De Soto visits the Cherokee and does the tribe see supposedly one of the first whites, although written descriptions of the tribe by the Spanish note the wide range of colors in the tribe, from "negro" to light skinned and "fair," according to Moyano and Pardo.
  • south and north carolina uprising

    south and north carolina uprising
    Massive uprising against North and South Carolina which eventually stars a war
  • Anglo-Cherokee War

    Anglo-Cherokee War
    The Anglo-Cherokee War, also known as the Cherokee War, the Cherokee Uprising, the Cherokee Rebellion, was a conflict between British forces in North America and Cherokee Indians during the French and Indian War.
  • Revolutionary war

    Revolutionary war
    The American Revolutionary War of 1775 to 1783 was also known as the American War of Independence. It had begun as a war between the Kingdom of Great Britain and former 13 united British colonies under the North American continent. However, this war had ended in a global war between several European great powers.
    The Americans responded formally by declaring their independence as a new nation, which is the United States of America. They claimed sovereignty and denied any allegiance with the Brit
  • Sir John Franklin

    Sir John Franklin was a British Royal Navy officer and Arctic explorer. Franklin also served as governor of Tasmania for several years. In his last expedition, he disappeared while attempting to chart and navigate a section of the Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic. The entire crew perished from starvation, hypothermia, tuberculosis, lead poisoning and scurvy before and after Franklin died and the expedition's icebound ships were abandoned in desperation.
  • john adams 2nd president

    john adams 2nd president
    December 7. John Adams is elected second president of the U.S. Jefferson is elected vice president, having received the second largest number of electoral votes.
  • Adams inaugurated as President

    Adams inaugurated as President
    Jefferson is inaugurated as vice president of the United States and begins gathering information on rules of parliamentary practice. As vice president, Jefferson presides over the Senate.
  • Essay on the Principles of Population

    Essay on the Principles of Population
    Thomas Malthus published his Essay on the Principles of Population. In his book, Malthus claimed the population of Britain was growing faster than food production. Malthus predicted that unless something was done about this, large numbers of people in Britain would starve. His book created panic and for the first time in history, the government agreed to count the number of people living in Britain.
  • Sedition Acts

    Sedition Acts
    -June-July. Congress passes what are collectively known as the Alien and Sedition Acts. These acts, the Naturalization Act, the Alien Act, the Sedition Act, and the Alien Enemies Act, are passed in the midst of a quasi-war with France and heightened public criticism of foreign policy.
  • Louisiana Purchase

    Louisiana Purchase
    The Louisiana Purchase was the acquisition by the United States of America of 828,800 square miles of France's claim to the territory of Louisiana in 1803. The U.S. paid 60 million francs plus cancellation of debts worth 18 million francs, for a total sum of 15 million dollars for the Louisiana territory.
    The Louisiana Purchase encompassed all or part of 15 current U.S.
  • Lewis and Clark expidition

    Lewis and Clark expidition
    he Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804–1806) was the first United States expedition to the Pacific Coast. Commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson and led by two Virginia-born veterans of Indian wars in the Ohio Valley, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, the expedition had several goals. Their objects were both scientific and commercial – to study the area's plants, animal life, and geography, and to discover how the region could be exploited economically.
  • battle of the New Orleans

    battle of the New Orleans
    By December 12, 1814, a large British fleet under the command of Sir Alexander Cochrane with more than 10,000 soldiers and sailors aboard, had anchored in the Gulf of Mexico to the east of Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Borgne. Preventing access to the lakes was an American flotilla, commanded by Lieutenant Thomas AP Catesby Jones, consisting of five gunboats. On December 14, around 1,200 British sailors and Royal Marines under Captain Nicholas Lockyer set out to attack Catesby's force. Lockyer
  • the cold war

    The Cold War was a stand-off between the two major superpowers left at the end of World War II: the United States and the Soviet Union. They both tried to further their own ends by influencing nations around the world. The period was marked by conflict and increasing tension that only resolved with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the break up of the Soviet Union in 1991.
  • 9/11

    The September 11 attacks often referred to as September 11, September 11th or 9/11, in combination with the attacks' side were a series of four coordinated suicide attacks by al-Qaeda upon the United States on Tuesday, September 11, 2001. On that morning, 19 al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial passenger jet airliners. The hijackers intentionally crashed two of the airliners into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, killing every
  • the debate over war with iraq

    The United States and the world has a duty to disarm a rogue nation like Iraq. Saddam Hussein is a tyrant that has demonstrated a complete disregard for human life and should be brought to justice. The people of Iraq are an oppressed people, and the world has a duty to help these people. The oil reserves of the region are necessary to the world's economy. A rogue element like Saddam threatens the oil reserves of the entire region.
    The practice of appeasement only fosters even
  • 44th President, Barack Hussein Obama II

    44th President, Barack Hussein Obama II
    Barack Hussein Obama II is the 44th andresident of the United States. He is the first African American to hold the office. Obama previously served as a United States Senator from Illinois, from January 2005 until he resigned following his victory in the 2008 presidential election.
    Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Obama is a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, where he was the president of the Harvard Law Review.
  • bin laden dead

    Bin Laden was on the American Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) lists of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives and Most Wanted Terrorists for his involvement in the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings.From 2001 to 2011, bin Laden was a major target of the War on Terror, with a US$25 million bounty by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
    After being placed on the FBI's Most Wanted list, bin Laden remained in hiding during three U.S. presidential administrations.