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  • 1,798 BCE

    Alien enemies act

    Allowed the president to deport or imprison any alien that they deem "dangerous" in the times of war
  • Batte of Lexington & Concord

    The battle of lexington and concord was the first battle of the revolutionary war. It started April 19th 1775 and ended 1785
  • Battle of Saratoga

    It was a turning point showing that the Americans had a decisive victory over the British.
  • Battle of yorktown

    The last major battle of the American revolution, it was an American victory against the British.
  • Northwest Ordanince

    The northwest ordinance is one of the only accomplishment of the Articles Of Confederations. It was acquired after the treaty of Paris with Britain was signed. It set the precedent for new states, and how they would join
  • alien & sedition

    Gave the president the power to deport any aliens, and it also made it difficult for any immigrants to vote
  • Marbury V. Madison

    Marbury V Madison expanded the federal government by placing in judicial review, which states if something is unconstitutional.
  • Louisiana Purchase

    Thomas Jefferson purchased the land in 1803 from the French.
  • Missouri Compromise

    To balance out free and slave states Maine was entered as a free state, and Missouri as a slave state
  • Monroe Doctirine

    The Monroe doctrine is a document telling the European nations that they are not allowed tocolonize the Americas
  • Nullification Crisis

    John C. Calhoun believed that the states had the right oppose of protective tariffs.
  • Texas Annexation

    Mexico banned slavery, leaving Americans living in Texas with a sour taste in their mouths. Texans ceceded from Mexico and requested to become a state. However the U.S. did not annex texas immediatly since they were trying to balance out free and slave states
  • Oregon Territory

    The Oregon territory was shared between the British, Americans, and Spanish
  • Mexican Cession (treaty of Guadalupe Hidaldo)

    The Mexican Cession was acquired from Mexico after the signing of the treaty of Guadeloupe Hidalgo.
  • Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions

    The Virginia and Kentucky resolutions state that the federal government cannot exercise rights that are not delegated to them.
  • Compromise of 1850

    The compromise of 1850 is a combination of 5 different bills. The fugitive slave states that slave owners can capture runway slaves. Popular sovereignty allowed ... decide whether or not they would be slave states.
  • Bleeding Kansas

    Bleeding Kansas was a violent/aggressive debate regarding slavery and if it should be legal in kansas. It lasted from 1854 to 1861
  • Kansas -Nebraska act

    They let the people of Kansas vote whether or not they wanted slavery around their borders
  • Battle of fort sumter

    The first battle of the civil war. confederacy one ,and then captured for sumter
  • Battle of bull run

    Battle of bull run was the first major battle, it was fought in Manassas.The confederacy one and the union retreated
  • Battle of Antietam

    Battle of Antietam(A.K.A the bloodiest say) was fought near sharpsburg,Maryland.It was a draw between the union and confederacy.
  • Emancipation Proclamation

    After the draw in Gettysburg, Abraham Lincoln he announced the emancipation proclamation stating slavery is illegal in states in rebellion, which didn't actually free anyone. It also made the war about slavery so Britain would not support the south
  • Battle of Vicksburg

    The union took over the Mississippi river, leaving the confederacy without a major port.
  • Battle of Gettysburg

    Also known as the bloodiest war, was a turning point in the war showing that the union could possibly win. The union stopped Lee's army from invading the north and the fleed
  • Gettysburg Address

    Lincoln's speech dictated to the soldiers, it reminded the people of what they fought for and gave people hope
  • 13th amendment

    The 13th amendment freed slaves
  • 14th amendment

    The 14th amendment gave African Americans citizenship
  • 15th amendment

    Gave African Americans the right to vote
  • Plessy V Ferguson

    Stated segregation was not unconstitutional because it was "Seperate but equal" . Made wide spread segregation popular