United States history Class Timeline 2013-2014

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  • The Signing of the Declaration of Independence

    The Signing of the Declaration of Independence
    what happened on this day was that the signaturers were wrote on the Declartion of Independence. This all happened on julty 4th 1776. It is important because our president and our congress made it so it is very special to our country and our people of the USA!!!!!
  • Ratification of the United States Constitution

    Ratification of the United States Constitution
    The constitution was adopted by the people in phillidephia convention. This all happened on June 28 1788 when we as thg people of U.S.A. adopted the constitution. This is important because it has grew and because there the agreements toi the U.S.A. and to the people who work in the congress.
  • The louisiana Purchase

    The louisiana Purchase
    in 1803 the Lousiana purchase was bought at a set price of 15 million. The United states gained control of the mississippi river and we also gained land. The Louisiana Purchase is a certain part of out country. What the Louisiana purchase was is more for the farmers to grow crops and then eventuallty float down the mississippi river to sell there goods. (Mcdougal/Litell pg.345)
  • the lewis and clark journey

    the lewis and clark journey
    The lewis and clark expidetion was a chhallenging task that only man can do. So when the United states bought the Louisiana purchase jefferson brought in two men and there army to scout the land and to find some of the resources and they were to make friends with the Native Americans jeffersonThomas.(Mcdougal/Litell pg.346)
  • The first Steamboat

    The first Steamboat
    Robert Fulton devolped a machione called the Steamboat that could go up river in the mississippi river. Robert luanched the first Steam boat in 1807. The wheels on the back turned and made the boat float up the river. The first Steamboat that was luanched was the clermount.(Mcdougal/Littell pg.368)
  • Nat Turner slave Rebillion

    Nat Turner slave Rebillion
    On this day a man named Nat Turner led a slave rebellion with 70 followers as his army. They killed about 55 white men, women, and children. Most of Turner's followers were captured because they ran out of ammo, some were also killed. Nat Turner was then captured, he then was tried and found guilty of treason and was later hanged. This event is important because Southerner's were afraid that the slaves might hear and start a rebellion of their own. (McDougal Littel)
  • The Texas Revolution

    The Texas Revolution
    This is land that bordes the louisian purchase. all the settlers from like noth carolina came down to farm on the texas terroitory so they would have more land to farm on. then two many americans were goimg down there then they adventual started the Texas Revolution.(Mcdougal/Litell pg.427)
  • The War with Mexico

    The War with Mexico
    A mexican unit crossed the rio grande river and took out the american partrol. Some person sent a message to the congress and said that " Mexico... has invated our territory and shed American blood on American soil." then after that congress declared war. then war had begun with Mexico. (Mcdougal/Litell pg. 433)
  • The californa gold rush

    The californa gold rush
    When James Marshall was buliding a sawmill he found an important discovery. He saw a shiny stone by the American River. It led Marshall on the greatest migration. After marshall found the nugget thousands from all over the worl came to dig for nuggets to get rich.(Mcdougal/Litell pg.439)
  • Uncle Toms Cabin

    Uncle Toms Cabin
    This is important because the book is about a girl who has escaped from her plantation and they turned around as a person to help other slaves escape from the fram or plantation and take them to the free world. The thing that has happened is that she has risked her life to free slaves on the underground railroad just like she did when she ran from her plantation.
    (mcdougal Littell
  • Harper Ferrry

    Harper Ferrry
    John Brown and his sons targeted and attacked the U.S. aresenal. It was a movement to get the weapons in the armory and give the slaves and towns people the weapons, and create a riot so the slaves could be free. John Brow was caught and his sons were killed, John Brown was later charged with treason and hanged. This movement put fear into the southerners that the slaves might try and make an uproar and rebel, this also created a worse tension between the North and the South. (MC Dougal littel)
  • Battle of Gettysburg

    Battle of Gettysburg
  • Battle of Gettysburg

    Battle of Gettysburg
  • Battle of Gettysburg

    Battle of Gettysburg
  • The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

    The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
    Abraham Lincoln was shot by a man named booth. Adventually booth was shoot in the neck after he was found o the primouses of the cermonie of Abraham Lincoln. This all happened on April 14, 1865 when Abraham Lincoln was shoot. This is important becasue he was our president and he was a good man from what I read
  • Mark the years of World War I

    Mark the years of World War I
  • The Stock Market Crash of 1929

    The Stock Market Crash of 1929
    what happened is that the stock market crashed. when the stock market crashed is Oct 29 1929. This is impotant because the stock market crashed and it lowered the stock market value and then it had lowered the percentage of the stock to 20%.
  • Japan's Attack on Pearl Harbor

    Japan's Attack on Pearl Harbor
    What had happened was japan had attacked our harbor. when it happened was at 8:10 and they said that it was like a rain storm of bullets. The reason it is important because we lost some of our best fighting machines we have in the water and some of our best men.
  • The Inauguration of John F. Kennedy

    The Inauguration of John F. Kennedy
    Kennedy was admintered to the oath of office by cheif of justice. Kennedy was also the youngest to be elected for presidency. Kennedy also said he would like to be part of the World War II. This all took place on January 20, 1961 because that is the time the normaly do it. This is important because he was also our 35th president of our country. This is imortant because he was the youngest prediency of America.
  • The March on Washington

    The March on Washington
    This is when Dr. Martain.luther.king gave his "i have a dream speech." When he gave his speech there was 200,0 people around him listening to his i have dream speech. This all happened on August 28 1938. This is important because this is when the white and the black joined and became a bigger population and the black were able to go were wite went and white were aloud to go were black were.
  • The First Super Bowl between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs

    The First Super Bowl between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs
    This was the first game in the bowl the packers have ever played and they won up against the cheifs 35 -10. This all took place on January 15, 1967. This is important because this was green bayse first time in a super bowl.
  • The First Inauguration of Ronald Reagan

    The First Inauguration of Ronald Reagan
    Ronald Reagan gave a speach that was the first Inauguration that was said in the speech in america. This happened on January 4 1971 when Ronald Reagan gave the first inaugration. This is important because he was the first person to give the inauguration for Richard Nixon.
  • My birthday

    My birthday
    Thomas young was born in the world
  • september (9/11)

    september (9/11)
    What happened was 4 planes were hijacked and then 2 crashed into the world trade centers and i crashed into the pentagon in washington. This all happened September 11, 2001 and the time was 8:45 am when the two planes crashed into the twin towers and the pentagon. It is important because we had so many people risk there lifes to try to safe people who was traped but most of them got out and the 80th floor up where traped and could not go anywhere so this is why it is so important to us.
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    The battle of Gettysburg