U.s histort taks timeline

  • roanoke island dissapeared

    roanoke island dissapeared
    Roanoke island off North Carolina coast settles found to have vanished
  • Jemestown founded

    Jemestown founded
    The first permanent English settlement in new world Jamestown
  • house of burgesses

    house of burgesses
    the first representative assembaly in the new world
  • Mayflower compact

    Mayflower compact
    The Mayflower Compact signed november 11, 1620 to form a self-goverment.
  • providence

    Rodger Williams founded Providence in the June of 1636
  • Navigation acts

    Navigation acts
    British parliment passed the first navigation acts on December 1,1660
  • William Penn

    William Penn
    Indians made payments for PENNSYLVANIA lands
  • Witchcraft delusion at Salem

    Witchcraft delusion at Salem
    people get exicuted for suspicion of witchcraft
  • First poor richards almanack

    First poor richards almanack
    Benjamin Franklin published the First Poor Richards
  • John Peter Zenger

    John Peter Zenger
    Editor John Peter Zenger was acquitted of lible Aug. 5
  • French Indian War

    French Indian War
    A conflict in North America that was apart of a worldwide struggle between france and Britain. Britain defeated france and gained French Canada
  • Sugar Act

    Sugar Act
    A tax was put on sugar, molasses, and other products shipped to the colonies. Also called for harsh punishment of smugglers
  • Stamp act

    Stamp act
    Required legal and comercial documents to have an official stampshowing tax had been payed Quartering act: A law passed in 1765 that required colonies to house and supply british soldiers
  • Townshed acts

    Townshed acts
    A series of laws passed by Parliment in 1767 that suspended NY assembaly and estaablished taxes on goods braught in to British Colonies.
  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    British troops opened fire on a mob and killed 5 people
  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
    The dumping of 342 chests of tea into the Boston Harbor by colonists in 1773 to protect the tea act
  • the intollerable acts

    the intollerable acts
    -Intollerable acts: a series of laws inacted by Parliment in 1774 to punish Mass. colonists for the Boston Tea Party First Continental Congress: A meeting of delegates in 1774 from all of the colonies exept fot Goregia to uphold colonial rights
  • Paul River and William Dawes

    Paul River and William Dawes
    -Lexington and Concord: First battles of the revolution
  • Common Sense

    Common Sense
    written in 1776 by Thomas Paine. Helped convince many americans that a complete breack with britain was nessesary DECLORATION OF INDEPENDANCE
  • Articles of Confedoration

    Articles of Confedoration
    Adopted by the continental congress in 1777 and finally approved my the states in 1781 it outlined the for of goverment in the NEW U.S SARATOGA: The last MAJOR turning point in the revolution
  • John Paul Jones

    John Paul Jones
    John Paul Jones in sea battle
  • Yorktown

    Cornwallis retreated to yorktown
  • Paris Peace Treaty

    Paris Peace Treaty
    Britain Peace treaty
  • North West Ordinance

    North West Ordinance
    Described how the northwest terratory would be governed, and set settlers rights Constitutional convention: a meeting to concider changes to the articles of confederation. It resulted in the drafting ot the Constitution
  • Washington was chosen for president

    Washington was chosen for president
    A ganeral in the Continental army
  • The Bill of Rights

    The Bill of Rights
    The Bill of Rights was the forst 10 amendments to the U.S constitution, added in 1791, listing citizen rights and freedoms
  • Cotton Gen

    Cotton Gen
    Eli whitney invented the cotton gen to revive slavery in the south in 1793
  • Wasghingtons Farewell Adress

    Wasghingtons Farewell Adress
    Warned against permanent alliances with foreign powers
  • Lousiana Purchace

    Lousiana Purchace
    The Lusiana purchace doubled the size of the U.S
  • Lewis and Clark

    Lewis and Clark
    Lewis and Clark ordered to explore the Northwest of the U.S
  • First Steamboat

    First Steamboat
    Robert Fulton and the invention of the Steamboat
  • War of 1812

    War of 1812
    the war of 1812 had 3 maine causes:
    -Britain seized U.s ships
    -Britain seized 4,000 u.s sailors
    -Britain armed the Indians that raided the Western border
  • The Star Spangled Banner

    The Star Spangled Banner
    The Star Spangledbanner became the National Anthem in 1931
    but it was written by Francais Scott Key in 1814
  • Missour Compromise

    Missour Compromise
    Allowed slavery in missouri but not westy of the Mississippi river
  • Monroe Doctrine

    Monroe Doctrine
    America was closed to further colonization and the U.S was to stay out of European affairs per President Monroe
  • Trail of Tears

    Trail of Tears
    The Charokee Indiand were forced out of their land and had walk form Goregia to Oklahome and many died on the journey
  • Manifest destiny

    Manifest destiny
    The belief that the U.S would streach across to the ocean
  • Womens rights convention

    Womens rights convention
    Lucretia Mott, and and Elizabeth Cady Stantonled the womens rights convention
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin

    Uncle Tom's Cabin
    Harriet Becher Stowe published Uncle Cabin
  • Lincons Eection

    Lincons Eection
    Aberham lincon was elected prestdent
  • Confedorate states of America

    Confedorate states of America
    Confedorate states of america are set up with Jefferson Davis as the president
  • The Battle of Antietam

    The Battle of Antietam
    a civil war battle in1862 in wich 25,000 men were killed or wounded
  • Emancipation Proclamation

    Emancipation Proclamation
    -President Lincon issues Emancipation proclomation
    -Lincon gives his Gettysburgh adress
  • the surrender

    the surrender
    -General E Lee surrendered
    -President Lincol was shot (April 14)
    -13rd Amendment
  • The 14th amendment

    The 14th amendment
    Providing citizendhip to people born or nationalized in the U.S
  • The 15th Amendment

    The 15th Amendment
    Making Race no bar to voting rights, ratified feb. 8
  • Clara Barton

    Clara Barton
    Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross on May 21