U.s history first unit timeline

Timeline created by Quinlanvaughn
In History
  • Alexander Hamilton

    Alexander Hamilton
    Established the mint & the National bank
  • John Trumbull Sr.

    John Trumbull Sr.
    Sent clothes, food, and munitions to the president.
  • Deceleration of independence

    This is what gave us our freedom.
  • U.S. Constitution

    This was the list of grievances in the deceleration of independence.
  • John Hancock

    John Hancock
    Famous for his signature on the declaration of independence.
  • Charles Carroll

    Charles Carroll
    Charles Carroll was a Maryland delegate to the Continental Congress and a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
  • Eminent Domain

    the right of a government or its agent to expropriate private property for public use, with payment of compensation.
  • James madison

    James madison
    Father of the constitution.
  • Benjamin Franklin

    Benjamin Franklin
    Called "the first american" for his early anti-colony stance.
  • Bill of rights

    The first 10 rules of the constitution.
  • John jay

    John jay
    Creator of the treaty of paris that ended the war.
  • John witherspoon

    John Witherspoon was born in Scotland and emigrated to the American colonies to become the president of the College of New Jersey (later called Princeton University). He became a vocal advocate for colonial independence and served New Jersey in the Continental Congress.
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    John Peter Muhlenberg

    Was a representative for the U.S congress for these years.
  • Benjamin Rush

    Was a treasure for the U.S mint.
  • Alexis de tocqueville

    Stated that that there are 5 crucial values for america's success.
  • liberty

    Individuals are free to pursue their own work.
  • Egalitarianism

    involves equality of opportunity & respect.
  • Individualism

    involves the social need for mobility and achievement.
  • populism

    involves allowing all individuals to have & voice their opinion.
  • Laissez-faire

    involves a belief that governments should not impede individual achievements/goals.
  • E Pluribus Unum

    out of many, one (the motto of the US).
  • In god we trust

    "In God We Trust" is the official motto of the United States. It was adopted as the nation's motto.