History Timeline

  • Delaware!

    Delaware!
    There state bird is the Blue Hen Chicken.
  • Pennsylvania!

    Pennsylvania!
    The ruffled Grouse is there state bird.
  • New Jersey!

    New Jersey!
    There state bird is the Eastern Goldflinch
  • Georgia!

    Georgia!
    There state bird is the Brown Thrasher.
  • Connecticut!

    Connecticut!
    There state bird is the Robin
  • Massachusetts!

    Massachusetts!
    There states nickname is the bay state
  • Maryland!

    Maryland!
    There states nickname is the old line state.
  • South Carolina!

    South Carolina!
    There states nickname is the Palmetto State
  • New Hampshire!

    New Hampshire!
    There states nickname is the granite state
  • Virginia!

    Virginia!
    There states nickname is the old dominion state
  • New York!

    New York!
    There states nickname is the Empire State
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    George Washington's presidency

    George Washington served two terms as president.
  • George Washington event and Greatest accomplishment

    George Washington event and Greatest accomplishment
    Event: An historical event that took place during Washington's presidency is that he lead the French Revolution while he was president.
    Greatest accomplishment: He lead the Frenahx revolution in 1789
  • North Carolina!

    North Carolina!
    There states nickname is the old north state/ the Tar Heel State.
  • Rhode Island!

    Rhode Island!
    There state tree is the Red Maple
  • Vermont!

    Vermont!
    There state tree is the sugar maple
  • Wiskey Rebellion

    Wiskey Rebellion
    Date: July 17, 1791
    What happened: The wiskey rebellion was a tax protest in the United States beginning in 1791 during Washington's presidency the tax was the first tax imposed on a domestic product by the newly formed federal government,

    Contribution to U.S history? Siignificance: Many of the resisters were war veterans who believed that they were fighting for te principles of the American Revolution.
  • Kentucky!

    Kentucky!
    There state tree is the tulip tree.
  • Tennessee!

    Tennessee!
    There state tree is the tulip tree!
  • Washington's Farewell Address

    Washington's Farewell Address
    Date: September 19, 1796
    What was his message? Stay away from?: His message was stay away from foreign force and to avoid the necessity of those overgrown militaries.
  • What was John Adams Greatest Accomplishment? And historical event that took place during his presidency.

    What was John Adams Greatest Accomplishment? And historical event that took place during his presidency.
    I found out that John Adams was the first and second Vice President during the time George Washington was president then John Adams became president after George Washington. The date that Adams became president was March 4,1797. I will put the date that Adams started above.
    During Adams presidency the X.Y.Z fever took place in 1798
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    John Adams Presidency

    John Adams presidency started in 1797 and went until 1801
  • Alien and Sedition acts

    Alien and Sedition acts
    Date:June 18, 1798
    What happened?: They passed the laws and it increased the residency requirement for American citizenship from five to fourteen.
    Why were theses laws passed?: the laws were passed by congress on 1798 in preparation for an anticipated war with France.
  • Thomas Jefferson event and greatest accomplishment

    Thomas Jefferson event and greatest accomplishment
    Event: He became the 3rd president off the Uniteed States Of America
    Greatest Accomplishment: He drafted and wrote the Declaration Of Independence.
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    Thomas Jefferson Presidential Term

    Thomas Jeffeson severed 2 terms as president.
  • Manifest Destiny

    Manifest Destiny
    What did this mean?- A term for the attitude prevalent during the 19th century period if the U.S
    Why significant? Important- was significant to the expansion of the U.S in the 19th century.
  • Marbury Vs. Madison

    Marbury Vs. Madison
    Background how did it become a court case?: A land mark U.S Supreme Court case in which the court formed the hasis for the exercise of Juditial review in U.S under article 3 of the constitution
    Players: William Marbury, James Madison and The Supreme Court.
    Trial impacts: Despite such criticisms of Marbury vs. Madison Judical review has been accepted in the American legal community.
    Outcome: William Marbury won the trial.
  • Ohio!

    Ohio!
    There state tree is the Ohio Buckeye.
  • Chief Justice John Marshall

    Chief Justice John Marshall
    Dates- 1803,1810,1819,1821,1824
    Big cases- Marbury v.Maryland, Cohens v. Virginia, gibbons v. Ogden, Dartmouth college v. Woodward
    What was his influence- federalist influence
    (Don't have exact date to put down so I'm just going to put a year from one of the above.)
  • Louisiana Purchase

    Louisiana Purchase
    Date- April 30, 1803
    Impact?- Land size- was 828,000 square miles. Cost- $50 million. World impact- it costs a lot of money which means higher taxes.
  • Lewis and Clark

    Lewis and Clark
    Date- May 14,1804
    Who went?- Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and 33 other people went with them and Sacagawea
    Where did they go? Map/ image if their route. I have a picture of the map that I will put for the photo
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    James Madison Presidential term

    The term of James Madison being president.
  • Louisiana!

    Louisiana!
    There state tree is the Bald Cypress!
  • James Madison Greatest accomplishment and historical event

    James Madison Greatest accomplishment and historical event
    Event that took place was the war of 1812 the war started on June 18,1812.
    Greatest accomplishment was that he was the one that declared for the war of 1812
  • War of 1812

    War of 1812
    Dates- Start: June 18,1812 End: February 16,1815
    U.S vs. Whom?- U.S vs. Britain
    Result? Impact?- Result was U.S won and an impact was Native Americans weakend.
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton

    Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    Dates- Birth: November 12,1815 Death: October 26,1902
    Women's rights: leading figure of the early women's rights movement.
  • Indiana!

    Indiana!
    There state tree is the tulip tree
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    James Monroe Presidential term

    The presidential term of James Monroe
  • James Monroe Greatest Accomplishment and historical event

    James Monroe Greatest Accomplishment and historical event
    Event that took place was the Era of good feeling took place while he was president
    Greatest accomplishment was that he signed the Missouri comprise in 1820 in an effort to avoid civil war.
  • Mississippi!

    Mississippi!
    There state tree is he Southern Magnolia!
  • Illinois!

    Illinois!
    There states dance is Square Dancing.
  • Alabama!

    Alabama!
    Blount county was created on February,7,1818 and is older than the state it's self.
  • McCulloch v. Maryland

    McCulloch v. Maryland
    Background how did it become a court case?- the state of Maryland cannot tax the federal bank of the U.S the case involved an attempt by the state of Maryland to destroy it.
    Players- James McCulloch, the state of Maryland and the the Supreme Court and Chief Justice John Marshall.
    Trial impacts- the Australian court nevertheless determine thet the McCulloch decision provided the best guideline for the relationship between the common wealth federal government.
    Outcome- John McCulloch won
  • Dartmouth college v. Woodward

    Dartmouth college v. Woodward
    Background- a document spelled out the purpose of the school set up the structure to govern it, and gave land to the college. Daniel Webster argued the colleges case against William H. Woodward. Websters speech in support of Dartmouth was so moving it apparently helped convince Chief Justice John Marshall. Players- Dartmouth college, William Woodward, Chief Justice John Marshall and Daniel Webster. Trial impacts- States wanted more control. Outcome-Dartmouth won the trial
  • Transcontinental Treaty

    Transcontinental Treaty
    Date- Made in 1819
    Impact/ outcome- It settled a border dispute in North America between U.S and Spain.
  • Susan B. Anthony

    Susan B. Anthony
    Dates- Birth: February 25,1820 Death:March 13,1906. Women's rights: Susan was a women's rights activist.
  • Missouri Compromise

    Missouri Compromise
    Dates- March 3,1820
    Outcome?- Wouls be admitted salve free but would be balanced by the admission of Maine a free state
    Slavery Impact- in 1820 tensions began to rise between pro-slavey and anti-slavery factions within the U.S congress and across the country.
  • Maine!

    Maine!
    Maine contains 542,629 acres of state and national parks.
  • Abolitionist Movement

    Abolitionist Movement
    What year did It begin?- 1820
    What was its intention- was an attempt to get slavery abolished
    Abolish what?- slavery, racial discrimination. Dates- 1820's- 1830's. Leaders- William Lloyd Garrison, John Greenleaf Whittier, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and many more. Message from the movement- to get rid of all slavery and discrimination against African Americans
  • Monroe Doctrine

    Monroe Doctrine
    Date- December 2,1823
    Who gave a speech?- James Monroe
    What was the main message?- Warned European powers not to interfere in the affairs of the Western Hemisphere
  • Gibbons v. Ogden

    Gibbons v. Ogden
    Background- In the case the state of N.Y attempted to grant a monopoly of water-borne commerce between N.Y and Virginia.
    Players- Thomas Gibbsons, Aaron Ogden, Daniel Webster, Chief Justice John Marshall.
    Trial Impacts- Marshall and the surpreme court denied on the basis that the constitution grants only congress the control of interstate commerce dealing another blow to states right proponents. Outcome- Gibbons won the trial.
  • John Quincy Adams Gretaest Accomplishment and Historical event

    John Quincy Adams Gretaest Accomplishment and Historical event
    An historical event was the corrupt bargain took place in 1824 and during his presidency.
    His greatest accomplishment was that he was the first son of a former president to become president.
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    John Quincy Adams Presidential Term

    John Quincy Adams presidential term that he served
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    Andrew Jackson Presidential Term

    Presidential term
  • Andrew Jackson Greatest Accomplishment and historical event

    Andrew Jackson Greatest Accomplishment and historical event
    Greatest accomplishment: The greatest party battle centered around the Second Bank of the United States, a private corporation but virtually a Government-sponsored monopoly. When Jackson appeared hostile toward it, the Bank threw its power against him. This was his greatest accomplishment.
    Historical event: On March 28,1830 Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act.
  • William Lloyd Garrison

    William Lloyd Garrison
    The liberator- dates: The 1st issue was written on January 1, 1831. Role in slavery and abolition- he was a journalist who spent his life trying to end slavery.
    Goal of liberator and Garrison- To let people know about what's going on.
  • Nat Turner's Rebellion

    Nat Turner's Rebellion
    Basics- He was rebelling against slavery.
    Date- August 13,1831
    What happened to Nat?- He got caught and was hung.
  • Martin Van-Buren Greatest Accomplishment and historical event

    Martin Van-Buren Greatest Accomplishment and historical event
    Greatest accomplishment: he orgNized the democratic party in the mid 1820's
    Event: the Seminole war (florida war) started in December of 1835
  • Arkansas!

    Arkansas!
    Arkansas contains over 600,000 acres of lake and 9,700 miles of streams and rivers.
  • Michigan!

    Michigan!
    Michigan has 116 lighthouses and navigational lights.
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    Martin Van-Buren Presidential Term

    The presidential term of Martin Van-Buren
  • Horace Mann's Campaign for free compulsory public education

    Horace Mann's Campaign for free compulsory public education
    Dates- 1838-1848
    What did he/ his group want?- for free schooling
  • Trail of Tears

    Trail of Tears
    Date- May 26,1838
    Who was president?- Martin VanBuren
    Basics of the story- the cherokee Indians were marched out of Georgia.
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    William Henry Harrison

    He only served a 32 day term
  • William Henry Harrison greatest accomplishment and historical event

    William Henry Harrison greatest accomplishment and historical event
    Historical event: On March 9,1841 The Supreme Court rules slaves were right to overthrow their captors and seize control of their slave ship in The Amistad
    Greatest: was the oldest to be elected as president he caught a cold that developed info pneumonia on April 4,1841 he dies only has a 32 day term
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    John Tyler Presidential Term

    John Tyler Presidential term
  • John Tyler Greatest Accomplishment and Historical Event

    John Tyler Greatest Accomplishment and Historical Event
    Greatest accomplishment: his occupation was a Lawyer.
    Event:The Dorr Rebellion
  • Florida!

    Florida!
    Orlando attracts more visitors than any other amusent park destination in the United States.
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    James K. Polk presidential terrm

    James K Polk term as president
  • James K. Polk greatest accomplishment and historical event

    James K. Polk greatest accomplishment and historical event
    Greatest Accomplishment: he was a Lawyer and Farmer(planter) for his occupation
    Event: In August of 1845 the first issue of scientific American is published.
  • Texas!

    Texas!
    More wool comes from the state of Texas than any other state in the United States.
  • Mexican-American War

    Mexican-American War
    Dates- Start: April 25,1846 End: February 2,1848
    Why were we fighting?- we were fighting because Mexico wanted freedom and we wouldn't give It to them(?)
    What were results- The U.S won. What land was gained?- Puerto Rico, The Phillippines and Guam
  • Iowa!

    Iowa!
    Iowa state University is the oldest grant college in the U.S.A
  • Wisconsin

    Wisconsin
    Wisconsin snowmobile trails total 15,210 miles of signed and groomed snow highways.
  • Seneca Falls Convention

    Seneca Falls Convention
    Dates: July 19,1848
    Key Players: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott lead the first Women's Rights convention
    What happened there?- was a women's rights convention the very first one'
    what is the significance?- The first_______ Convention
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    Zachary Taylor Presidential Term

    The presidential term of Zachary Taylor
  • Zachary Taylor Greatest accomplishments and historical event

    Zachary Taylor Greatest accomplishments and historical event
    Greatest accomplishment: his occupation was a soldier (general)
    Event: in July of 1850 President Taylor dies of severe gastroenteritis.
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    Millard Fillmore Presidential Term

    The presidential term Fillmore served.
  • California!

    California!
    California has the largest economy in the states if the union
  • Millard Fillmore greatest accomplishment and historical event

    Millard Fillmore greatest accomplishment and historical event
    Greatest accomplishment: when he was president there was no vice president, He had to take over when former president Taylor died in during his presidential term.
    Event: California becomes the 31st state in the united states in September 1850.
  • Sojourner Truth

    Sojourner Truth
    Life dates- She died November 26,1883. Role in abolotion- was a prominent abolotionist and womens's rights activist. Basics in life- was born into slavery and escaped to freedom. "Ain't I a women?" - speech and date: May 28,1851 the speech explains how she wants freedom and for women to vote. Battle Creek, MI?- She dies in Battle Creek MI
  • Frederick Douglass

    Frederick Douglass
    Life dates?- Birth: February of 1818 death:February 20,1895. What to a slae is the 4th of July- speech: he wrote the speech on July 5,1852.
    Role in abolition- he wanted to promote freedom for all slaves.
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    Franklin Pierce Presidential Term

    President Pierce presidential term
  • Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

    Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad
    Dates- April 20,1853. Information-a way for slaves to escape from the South and into free northern states and Canada. Key Players- Harriet Tubman, and lots of people who were slaves. Results- they got it built and slaves used them. Locations- over 3 known underground railroad stations.

    What was the goal?- to use the underground railroads for the Slaves to use
  • Franklin Pierce Greatest Accomplishment and Historical Event

    Franklin Pierce Greatest Accomplishment and Historical Event
    Greatest Accomplishment: He married Jane Appleton Pierce and had 3 children with her.
    Event: The Cincinnati Riots of 1855
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    James Buchanan Presidential Term

    the presidential term of James Buchanan
  • James Buchanan Greatest Accomplishment and Historical Event

    James Buchanan Greatest Accomplishment and Historical Event
    Greatest Accomplishment: President James Buchanan went to DIckinson College
    Event: The Supreme Court rules that people of African ancestry are not American citizens in dred scott v. Sandford this happend in March of 1857.
  • Dred Scott v. Sandford

    Dred Scott v. Sandford
    Background- in 1853 Dred Scott sues his current owner John Sandford. Players- Judge Robert William Wells, Dred Scott, John Sandford, and Chief Justice Taney. Trial impacts- since Scott could not be a free man, all salves couldn't ne free due to the laws they made. Outcome- Sandford won the trial
  • Minnesota!

    Minnesota!
    The mall of America in Bloomington is the size of 78 football fields. 9.5 million square feet
  • Oregon

    Oregon
    Navy blue and gold are the states official state colors
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    Abraham LIncoln Presdential Term

    Abraham Lincoln's presdential term
  • Abraham Lincoln Greatest accomplishment and histoical event

    Abraham Lincoln Greatest accomplishment  and histoical event
    Greatest accomplishment: President lincoln ordered a blockade of the southern coastline on April 19 of 1861.
    Event: The American Civil War took place in April of 1861
  • John Brown and the armed resistance

    John Brown and the armed resistance
    Date- October 16,1959
    Why was he upset? - because he wasn't prepared he didn't have an escape route.
    What happened?- he lead a group of 18 men. He planned a slave rebellion. Result?- I couldn't find anything.
  • Seneca Falls resolution

    Seneca Falls resolution
    what was the goal?- the goal was to get women's rights to vote. What were rights asked for?- Women's right to vote.
    Declaration of setiments- Offered for the acceptance of the conventtion
    (dont know a date so im going to keep it as todays date... sorry!)