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North Carolina History Austin and Alex H.

  • 270

    Appalachain mountains

    Appalachain mountains
    Appalachian Mountains start forming. Occured in 270 million bc
  • Period: 270 to Oct 13, 600

    CHapter 1

  • 365

    Dinosaurs

    Dinosaurs
    First dinosaurs appear. Occured in 165 million bc
  • 400

    New River

    New River
    New River begins to flow into the Teays River. Occured in 100 million bc
  • 560

    Outer Banks

    Outer Banks
    Outer Banks start forming. Occured in 16000 bc
  • Oct 13, 650

    Paleo Indians

    Paleo Indians
    First Paleo Indians appear as nomads. Occured in 9500 bc
  • Period: Oct 13, 650 to Oct 13, 1400

    Chapter 2

  • Oct 13, 750

    Spear point

    Spear point
    Hardaway spearpoint begins to replace clovis spearpoints. Occured in 8500 bc
  • Oct 13, 800

    Archaic Period

    Archaic Period
    Archaic period starts development of advanced tools, and new artifacts. Occured in 8000 bc
  • Oct 13, 1300

    Woodland Period

    Woodland Period
    The Woodland period begins with pottery, semi-permanent villages, and gardening. Occured in 1000 bc
  • Period: Oct 13, 1492 to Oct 13, 1570

    Chapter 3

  • Oct 13, 1524

    Giovanni De Verrazano

    Giovanni De Verrazano
    Coast of NC is explored by Giovanni De Verrazano.
  • Oct 13, 1526

    Lucas Vasquez De Allyon

    Lucas Vasquez De Allyon
    The settlement of Carolina coast is attempted by Lucas Vasquez De Allyon
  • Oct 13, 1540

    Hernando de soto

    Hernando de soto
    NC mountains are explored by Hernando De Soto.
  • Oct 13, 1566

    Juan Pardo

    Juan Pardo
    Mountains of NC are explored by Juan Pardo.
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    Chapter 4

  • NC area claimed

    NC area claimed
    NC area is claimed for England by Amadas, and Barlowe
  • First Colony

    First Colony
    Sir Richard Grenville and Lieutenant Ralph Lane Establish the first English colony
  • John White

    John White
    John White returns to england for supplies after establishing colony.
  • Lost colony

    Lost colony
    Returning to North America White has to face the mystery of the lost colony
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    Chapter 5

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    CHapter 6

  • Carolana Chap5

    Carolana Chap5
    Carolana is granted to Sir Robert Heath by King Charles 1.
  • Carolana settlers.

    Carolana settlers.
    There is the first arrival of settlers in Carolana.
  • Settlers from Virginia. Chap 5

    Settlers from Virginia. Chap 5
    Settlers from Virginia begin to trickle into the Albemarle are of northern Carolana.
  • Carolina is given. Chap6

    Carolina is given.  Chap6
    King Charles 2 gives Carolina to the Lords Proprietors
  • New charter Chap5

    New charter Chap5
    Lords Proprietors receive new charter extending their territory.
  • Culpeper's Rebellion

    Culpeper's Rebellion
    Culpeper's Rebellion is started by the popular party.
  • Bath is established

    Bath is established
    The first town in northern Carolina, Bath, had been established.
  • New Bern

    New Bern
    New bern is established
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    Chapter 8

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    Chapter 7

  • Gabriel Johnson chap.7

    Gabriel Johnson  chap.7
    A new royal governor is appointed. A scot named Gabriel Johnson. Chap 7
  • Small pox Chap 7

    Small pox Chap 7
    Nearly half of the Cherokee are killed by smallpox. Chap 7
  • Granville district Chap 8

    Granville district Chap 8
    A survey has been ordered by the crown so the boundaries of Granville District can be determined. Chap 8
  • Bad laws Chap 8

    Bad laws Chap 8
    Albemarle has been passed unfavorable laws by the Assembly
    Chap 8
  • Ignoring Chap 8

    Ignoring  Chap 8
    The Assembly has begun being ignored by Albemarle
    Chap 8
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    Chap 9

  • Tobacco Chap 7

    Tobacco Chap 7
    Planters prosper and the tobacco industry is thriving. Chap 7
  • Albemarle new gov. Chap 8

    Albemarle new gov. Chap 8
    Albemarle is began being treated better and Arthur Dobbs is the new governor. Chap 8
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  • Cherokee are defeated Chap 9

    Cherokee are defeated Chap 9
    The Cherokee have been defeated by the British and their power is severely weakened. Chap 9
  • Peace. Chap 9.

    Peace. Chap 9.
    Peace with the Cherokee and Catawba is negotiated by Governor Dobbs.
  • William Tryon Chap 9

    William Tryon Chap 9
    William tryon becomes the new governor.
  • Non-Importation Association CHap 9

    Non-Importation Association CHap 9
    The Non-Importation Association's plan is adopted by North Carolina
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    Chap 10

  • Population Chap 7

    Population Chap 7
    In the number of population North Carolina is fourth among the colonies. Chap 7
  • Moores Creek Bridge Chap 10

    Moores Creek Bridge Chap 10
    The NC Constituition of 1776 is adopted and the battle of Moores Creek Bridge takes place.
  • Richard Caswell Chap 10

    Richard Caswell Chap 10
    Richard Caswell becomes North Carolina's first independent governor.
  • Kings Mountain chap 10

    Kings Mountain chap 10
    Battle of Kings Mountain is won by the partisans.
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    Chap 11

  • Guilford Courthouse Chap 10

    Guilford Courthouse  Chap 10
    At the battle of Guilford Coruthouse both sides suffer tremendous loss.
  • James Iredell chap 11

    James Iredell chap 11
    James Iredell is appointed to the first U.S. Supreme Court
  • State Capital chap 11

    State Capital chap 11
    Raleigh becomes North Carolinas state capital
  • University, chap 11

    University, chap 11
    University of North Carolina has opened.
  • Walton war, chap 11

    Walton war, chap 11
    A small strip of land is fought over by North Carolina and Georgia in the Walton war.
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    Chapter 12

  • Literary Fund, chap 12

    Literary Fund, chap 12
    North Carolina's literary fund is established.
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    Chapter 13

  • Poor House, CHap 13

    Poor House, CHap 13
    General Aseembly authorizes counties to build Poor Houses
  • David Swain, Chap 12

    David Swain, Chap 12
    David Swain becomes governor.
  • Railroad Company, Chap 12

    Railroad  Company, Chap 12
    North Carolina chartered first railroad company.
  • NC reforms, chap 12

    NC reforms, chap 12
    North Carolina reforms because of Consitutional Convention.
  • Public School, chap 13

    Public School, chap 13
    First public school opened.
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    Chapter 14

  • Impaired Hearing, chap 13

    Impaired Hearing, chap 13
    Public school for those with impaired hearing is opened.
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    Chapter 15

  • Benjamin S. Hendrick, chap 14

    Benjamin S. Hendrick, chap 14
    A book against slavery is published by Benjamin S. Hendrick.
  • Manhood Suffrage, chap 13

    Manhood Suffrage, chap 13
    Manhood Suffrage amendment is passed by voters.
  • Hinton Rowan Helper, chap 14

    Hinton Rowan Helper, chap 14
    "The impending crisis of the south: How to meet it" is published by Hinton Rowan Helper.
  • Daniel Worth, chap 14

    Daniel Worth, chap 14
    Daniel Worth is guilty of encouraging slaves to rebel.
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    Chapter 16

  • Confederacy, chap 14

    Confederacy, chap 14
    North Carolna joins Confederacy
  • Fort Hatteras, chap 15

    Fort Hatteras, chap 15
    Fort Hatteras is captured by Union
  • Roanoke island, chap 15

    Roanoke island, chap 15
    Union forces took Roanoke Island and raid the towns.
  • Albemarle, Chap 15

    Albemarle, Chap 15
    Plymouth is defended by the Albemarle.
  • Bentonville, chap 15

    Bentonville, chap 15
    Battle of Bentonville is won by Union
  • 13th amendment, Chapter 16

    13th amendment, Chapter 16
    The thirteenth amendment is ratified by North Carolina
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    Chapter 18

  • State Constitution, chap 16

    State Constitution, chap 16
    A new state constitution is written
  • KKK murders, chap 16

    KKK murders, chap 16
    Two republican leaders are murdered by Ku Klux Klan.
  • Zebulon B. Vance, Chap 16

    Zebulon B. Vance, Chap 16
    Zebulon B. Vance becomes governor.
  • James Bonsack, chap 18

    James Bonsack, chap 18
    A crude cigarette-rolling machine is invented by James Bonsack
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    Chapter 19

  • Wilmington Race Riots, chap 18

    Wilmington Race Riots, chap 18
    Eleven African Americans are killed in result of the Wilmington Race Riots
  • First flight, chap 18

    First flight, chap 18
    The first flight by airplane is accomplished by the Wright Brothers
  • Prohibtion, chap 18

    Prohibtion, chap 18
    The Prohibition is enacted.
  • 86,000 men, chap 19

    86,000 men, chap 19
    More than 86,000 North Carolina men join the armed forces
  • Camp Greene, chap 19

    Camp Greene, chap 19
    In Charlotte, Camp Greene is established
  • Camp Bragg, chap 19

    Camp Bragg, chap 19
    Camp Brag (which eventually becomes Fort Brag) is established
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    Chap 20

  • Highway act, chap 19

    Highway act, chap 19
    Under Governor Cameron Morrison the Highway act is passed.
  • O. Max Gardner, chap 20

    O. Max Gardner, chap 20
    Oliver Max Gardner becomes the governor of North Carolina.
  • Unemployment and Relief, chap 20

    Unemployment and Relief, chap 20
    The council of Unemployment and Relief is appointed by Oliver Gardner
  • F.D.R, chap 20

    F.D.R, chap 20
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt gets an overwhelming amount of votes from North Carolinians.
  • Furniture manufacturing, chap 20

    Furniture manufacturing, chap 20
    In 1933 many furniture factories and textile mills are out of business. Now furniture manufacturing is like it was in 1929
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    Chap 21

  • Thousands volunteer. North Carolina battleship, chap 21

    Thousands volunteer. North Carolina battleship, chap 21
    The battleship North Carolina is put into commission. While thousands volunteer for the armed forces
  • Airborne forces, chap 21

    Airborne forces, chap 21
    At Fort Bragg the first U.S airborne forces are being trained.
  • Margaret Craighill, chap 21

    Margaret Craighill, chap 21
    Margaret Craighill, a North Carolina resident, becomes the first female physician to join the military.
  • Soldiers Trained, chap 21

    Soldiers Trained, chap 21
    More soldiers are trained in North Carolina than in any other state by the end of the war.
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    Chap 22

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    Chap 24

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    Chap 23

  • University of North Carolina, chap 23

    University of North Carolina, chap 23
    The University of North Carolina is now required to admit African Americans to law, graduate, and medical schools.
  • Reorganization of State Government, chap 22

    Reorganization of State Government, chap 22
    Commission of the Reorganization of State Government is created
  • Junius Scales, chap 24

    Junius Scales, chap 24
    Junius Scales, a University of North Carolina graduate, is sent to prison for anti-government activities.
  • Pearsall Plan, 23

    Pearsall Plan, 23
    The Pearsall Plan, which gives parents tuition money, is ratified.
  • Research Triangle Park, chap 22

    Research Triangle Park, chap 22
    The first building to be in Research Triangle Park is built.
  • Pearsall plan loses, chap 23

    Pearsall plan loses, chap 23
    The Pearsall plan is struck down by a federal court.
  • University of North Carolina, chap 24

    University of North Carolina, chap 24
    A campus cafeteria at the University of North Carolina is shut down due to students protesting the vietnam war.
  • EOA, chap 22

    EOA, chap 22
    The Executive Organization Act is passed
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    Chapter 25

  • Reelect Nixon, chap 24

    Reelect Nixon, chap 24
    In his reelection President NIxon gets overwhelming votes from North Carolinians.
  • Captain Norman McDaniel, chap 24

    Captain Norman McDaniel, chap 24
    Along with other long-held POWs Captain Norman McDaniel is released from captivity in North Vietnam.
  • Susie Marshall Sharp, chap 22

    Susie Marshall Sharp, chap 22
    Susie Marshall Sharp is appointed to serve as chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme court. Being the first woman to do so
  • James B. Hunt, chap 25

    James B. Hunt, chap 25
    James B. Hunt is our first elected governor.
  • Greensboro sit-in, chap 23

    Greensboro sit-in, chap 23
    A sit-in is staged by four African Americans in Greensboro
  • Henry E. Frye, chap 25

    Henry E. Frye, chap 25
    Henry E. Frye becomes the first African American to be the chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Jesse Helms, chap 25

    Jesse Helms, chap 25
    Jesse Helms retires from the U.S. Senate
  • Michael F. Easley, chap 25

    Michael F. Easley, chap 25
    Michael F. Easley is reelected as governor.