Tyler & Myissa's AP Timeline

  • May 3, 1469

    Niccolo Machiavelli (government)

    Niccolo Machiavelli (government)
    more infoHe was the father of modern political theory. He wrote a book called 'The Prince'. He was a high level statesman in Florence. (Government)
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    Last 400 Years

  • Francis Bacon (enviromental science)

    Francis Bacon (enviromental science)
    He published novum oragnum, one of the several works advocating systematic use of natural philosophy.
  • John Locke (government)

    John Locke (government)
    Known as a English philosopher of freedom. He wrote two books about treatises of civil government. (Literature)
  • Rene Descartes (calculus)

    Rene Descartes (calculus)
    more infoThe first to describe the physical universe in terms of matter and motion. He died on February 11, 1650. (Calculus)
  • Isaac Newton (calculus)

    Isaac Newton (calculus)
    Scientist who summarized all the findings of all great scientist before him.The author of 'Principia'. He's also credited to developing calculus. (Calculus)
  • John Evelyn (enviromental science)

    John Evelyn (enviromental science)
    He published Fumifugium, a ponderous polemic againts urban smoke.
  • Robert Boyle (Chemistry)

    Robert Boyle (Chemistry)
    He argued that chemical theories should be firmly grounded and experiment before they are accepted
  • Thomas Savery (enviromental science)

    Thomas Savery (enviromental science)
    He built the first small steam engine.
  • Samuel Sewall (Literature)

    Samuel Sewall (Literature)
    He published the selling of Joseph.
  • Benjamin Franklin (History)

    Benjamin Franklin (History)
    more infoFranklin was a leading author, printer, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist, musician, inventor, satirist, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat. As a scientist, he was important in the American Enlightenment and the history of physics for his discoveries and theories regarding electricity. He signed the Declaration of Independence. (History)
  • Adam Smith (macreconomics)

    Adam Smith (macreconomics)
    His was baptized on June 5, 1723. Scottish philosopher and economist who was known as the author of an inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nationist. In his last years in Edinburg where spent as a government official-the commisioner of customs. (Government)
  • James Sterling (Calculus)

    He published the Diefferential Method
  • Johnathon Edwards (LIterature)

    Johnathon Edwards (LIterature)
    He wrote Sinners in The Hands of The Angry God.
  • Maria Agnesy (Calculus)

    She discusses the analysis of instituzioni Analitiche Ad Uso della Gioventu Italiana.
  • James Watt (Enviromental Science)

    James Watt (Enviromental Science)
    He built a more effecient steam engine.
  • George Washington (U.S. Government)

    Became the first President of the U.S.
  • Gilbert White (enviromental science)

    Gilbert White (enviromental science)
    HE published the natural history and Antiquitiesof selborne.
  • Antoine Lavoisier (chemistry)

    Antoine Lavoisier (chemistry)
    He wrote one of the first chemistry text books.
  • Thomas Jefferson (History)

    Thomas Jefferson (History)
    more infoElected president by House of Representitives and inaugurated. The third president.
  • John Dalton (chemistry)

    John Dalton (chemistry)
    He wrotwe a book explaining his theory of atoms and his application to chemistry.
  • James Gordon Bennet (Literature)

    James Gordon Bennet (Literature)
    HE began publishing the New York Harold which boosted circulation and sensational coverage of the murder of Helen Jewett.
  • Victor Puiseux (Calculus)

    Extinguishes between polesand branch points an d introduces the concept of essential singular points.
  • Abolish Slavery ( us gov)

    Slaves were no longer legal
  • Robert E. Lee (History)

    Robert E. Lee (History)
    more infomade Commander and Chief of all confederate forces.
  • Dmitri Mendeleev (chemistry)

    Dmitri Mendeleev (chemistry)
    more infoHE wrote a paper in which the periodic table was introduced
  • Albert Einstein (Enviromental Science)

    Albert Einstein (Enviromental Science)
    Developer of the theories of special in general relativity which changed the way scientist see our world. In 1950, he published five scientific papers.
  • Frances E.W. Harper(Literature)

    Frances E.W. Harper(Literature)
    She published Aiola Leroy.
  • Plessy vs Ferguson (History)

    It affirms the idea of seperate but equal
  • Jean-Paul Sartre (literature)

    Jean-Paul Sartre (literature)
    One of those writers for whom determined philosophical position in the centre of their artistic being. He won a Nobel Piece Prize in 1964. (Literature)
  • Women Suffrage

    Women gain right to vote
  • Alvin Hansen (macroeconomics)

    Alvin Hansen (macroeconomics)
    He was best known for introducing keynesian economics in the United States.
  • Peter Singer (enviromental science)

    Peter Singer (enviromental science)
    Australian ethical and political philosopher known for his works in bioethics and his role as one of the intelectual founders of the modern animal rights movement. (Enviromental Science)
  • Paul Samuelson (macroeconomics)

    Paul Samuelson (macroeconomics)
    He wrote a book called Foundations of Economic Analysis
  • Paul Flory (chemistry)

    Paul Flory (chemistry)
    First major text on polymer chemistry.
  • James Tobin (macroeconomics)

    James Tobin (macroeconomics)
    He wrote on current economic issues, and serving as an economic expert and policy consultant.
  • Mark Blaug (macroeconomics)

    A notable historian of economic thought proclaimed in his great economist before kuines.
  • Robert Solow (macroeconomics)

    Robert Solow (macroeconomics)
    He won the Nobel Prize for his analysis of economic growth.
  • Kave Eshghi (calculus)

    showed how the event calculus can be used to plan using abduction to generate hypothetical events in abductive logic programming
  • Barack Obama (History)

    Barack Obama (History)
    The first black president of the United States.