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  • bacon´s rebelion

    Bacon's Rebellion was an armed rebellion held by Virginia settlers. The rebellion was first suppressed by a few armed merchant ships from London whose captains sided with Berkeley and the loyalists. Bacon's rebellion was the first rebellion in the North American colonies in which discontented frontiersmen took part . While the rebellion did not succeed in the initial goal of driving the Native Americans from Virginia, it did result in Berkeley being recalled to England.
  • the beginning

    In the peaceful town of Salem, in the State of Massachusetts, four women are accused of witchcraft in an abusive and improper way for the behavior of a group of teenagers who began to suffer many ills and uncontrollable pain.
  • How were witches killed and why

    witches were hanged and burned or just burned. They burned them because they said that would kill the devil they had inside and leave the inhabitants of Salem alone.
  • limited monarchy and liberty absolute monarchy

    Often, the political power in a limited monarchy is held by an elected parliament or congress. An absolute monarchy bestows political power on a king or queen to govern the country and its people. In modern times, an absolute monarchy might have a parliament to give the impression of a democratically elected government.
  • taxes and laws

    proclamation of 1763:British-produced boundary marked in the Appalachian Mountains at the Eastern Continental Divide
    sugar act 1764: cut the duty on foreign molasses from 6 to 3 pence per gallon, retained a high duty
    stamp act 1765: British troops stationed in the colonies during the Seven Years War, The act required the colonists to pay a tax
  • taxes and laws

    townsed acts 1767:Townshend Acts are initiated taxes on glass, lead, paint, paper, and tea.
    tea act 1773:The act granted the company the right to ship its tea directly to the colonies without first landing it in England, and to commission agents who would have the sole right to sell tea in the colonies.
    coercive act 1774: were a series of four laws passed by the British Parliament to punish the colony of Massachusetts Bay
  • battle of lexinton and concord

    battle of lexinton and concord
    this battle took place in massasuchets. This was a battle of colonist and americans. the colonist won the battle
  • Battle of bunker hill

    Battle of bunker hill
    the battle took place, when the siege of boston. This was a battle of americans and british.
  • Declaration of independence

    Declaration of independence
    this happens when were separating from the british and the most important thing when they separe from thewm was that they were beacome in states.
  • Battle of freedom

    Battle of freedom
    this was a battle between the british and the colonist and british lost the battle. One important fact is that the battle was so hard that it becaome in a war.
  • french alliance

    french alliance
    this was an aliance between americans and french
  • women at war

    women at war
    Before the French Revolution, the American Revolution changed the course of history. The correspondence and friendship between the American leaders of the Revolution and their French contemporaries is well documented and hotly debated. Many Americans had an underlying belief in the British system of government and its Protestant worldview.
  • battle of yorktown

    battle of yorktown
    The Battle of Yorktown took place during the War of Independence of the United States of America. He pitted the independence fighters and their French allies, both those officially envoys in command and the volunteers of the Marquis de La Fayette, against the British under Lord Cornwallis.
  • treaty of paris

    treaty of paris
    The Philippines was officially handed over to the United States for twenty million dollars, and Guam along with Puerto Rico was also shown on American property.
  • freedom on religion

    freedom on religion
    The Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom is a statement on freedom of conscience and the principle of separation of church and state.
  • Proclamation of Neutrality

    Proclamation of Neutrality
    this was a formal announcement by george washington saying that there will be neutrality between britain and france and if they do not respect neutrality there will be retaliation.
  • Louisiana Purchase primary source

    Louisiana Purchase primary source
    what happened here is that louisiana was bought by the french for 15 million and the inhabitants of there didn't even notice
  • Non-Importation Act

    Non-Importation Act
    What they are telling us here is that the United States would no longer import some British products because they were recruiting many United States Marines.
  • War of 1812

    War of 1812
    what happened in the war of 1812 was that britain was very pressured by the war they were having with napoleon's french and then the united states realized that they were under pressure and declared war on them to recover their territories.
  • Indian Removal Act

    what it tells us is that the Indian Removal Act was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson who was authorizing the president to grant land to western Mississippi that what they were doing was making a change to existing Indian lands within state lines
  • Abolitionist Movement

    Abolitionism is a doctrine that advocates the abolition of slavery or related laws, regulations, or customs.
  • Jacksonian Democracy

    It was a democratic movement of the 1830s that was led by President Jackson.
  • Trail of Tears

    It was a series of forced relocations by the United States government between 1830 and 1850 of approximately 60,000 Native Americans from the so-called Five Civilized Tribes
  • Battle Cry of the War Hawks

    Battle Cry of the War Hawks
    what happened was that there was a group of young politicians led by henry clay, they were a republican group that pressed to repair the american grievances.
  • slavery and western

    The expansion of slavery to the West was one of the most dynamic economic and social processes in this country. Westward expansion brought slavery to southwest Mississippi, Alabama and that was catastrophic for them.
  • the wilmot proviso

    The Wilmot Amendment was one of the most important laws for Americans, they were prohibited from acquiring any slave from Mexico during the Mexican War.
  • The Free Soil Party

    The Free Soil Party was a short-lived political party in the United States
  • The compromise of 1850

    The compromise of 1850 was a compromise that contained 5 provisions that were approved by the United States Congress.