U.S history taks timeline By Jonathan Gaeta Jan 1, 1215 Magna Carta The Magna Carta was made to make the king follow by the old english law. Jan 1, 1585 Lost colony Roanoke Island, first colony aut failed and vanished. Jan 1, 1607 Jamestown First permanent settlement in the new world at Jamestown. Jan 1, 1619 House of Burgesses The House of Burgesses was the first representative assembly/ Nov 11, 1620 Mayflower Compact The Mayflower Compact was a agreement to form a self-government. Jun 1, 1636 Providence founded Roger Willams founded Providence in June as a democratically Dec 1, 1660 Navigation Act British Parliament passed first the Navigation Act, to suit English needs. Apr 23, 1683 Pennsylvania Willaim Penn signed a treaty with Delaware Indians and bought Pennsylvania land. Jan 1, 1692 Witchcrafts Delusion 20 alleged witches was executed by a special court. Jan 1, 1726 The Great Awakening The Great Awakening was a religious revival began. Apr 14, 1732 Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Franklin published the first " Poor Richard's Almanack" Aug 5, 1735 Zenger Trail Acquitted of libel in New York after criticizing the British governor's Jan 1, 1754 French and Indian War War began between the French and Indian. Apr 5, 1764 Sugar Act Pay of the French and Indian war debts Mar 22, 1765 Stamp Act Help fund royal troops. Mar 24, 1765 Quartering Act Requiring colonists to house british troops. Jan 1, 1767 Townshend Acts Levied taxes on glass, painter's lead, paper, and tea. Mar 5, 1770 Boston Massacre British troops fired Boston mob. Oct 14, 1773 Boston Tea Party Cargo thrown overboard. Jan 1, 1774 Intolerable Acts Parliament curtailed Massachusetta self-ruled. Sep 5, 1774 First Continental Congress Called for civil disobedience against british Apr 18, 1775 Paul Revere & William Dawes Alert Patriots that the British were on their way to Concord to destroy arms. Jan 10, 1776 Common Sense Thomas Paine published " Commen Sense". Jul 4, 1776 Fourth of July Have independence from british. Nov 15, 1777 Articles of Confederation First constitution of the United States of America specified how the national goverment was to operate. Sep 23, 1779 John Paul Jones On the Bonhomme Richards defeated Serapis in British North Sea Waters. Jan 1, 1781 Yorktown Yorktown was the last major battle. Sep 3, 1783 Paris Peace Treaty British U.S signed the Paris Peace Treaty recognizing American independence. May 25, 1787 Constitutional Convention Opened in Philadelphia with Washington presiding. Jul 13, 1787 Northwest Ordinance Continental Congress for the Northwest territory Apr 30, 1789 George Washington First U.S president Sep 25, 1791 Bill of Rights The collective name for the first ten amendments. Jan 1, 1793 Eli Whitney Invented cotton gin. Sep 17, 1796 Washington's farewell address Saying farewell to the office. Dec 20, 1803 Louisana Purchase U.S bought Louisiana from the French. May 14, 1804 Lewis and Clark The two men explored the Louisiana . Aug 17, 1807 Robert Fulton First practical steamboat trip. Jan 1, 1812 War of 1812 fought between U.S and British. Sep 14, 1814 The Star- Spangled Banner wriiten during the Civil War. Mar 3, 1820 Missouri Compromise Between the pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in the United States Congress, involving primarily the regulation of slavery in the western territories. Dec 2, 1823 Monroe Doctrine opposing European intervention in the Americas Oct 1, 1838 Trail of Tears Indians moving to Indians Territory. May 24, 1844 Samule F.B Morse Invented the Telegraph Jan 1, 1846 Manifest Destiny American beliefs that the U.S was destined to expand across the North American continent Jul 20, 1848 Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton Led the women's rights convention at Seneca Falls, New York. Jan 1, 1852 Harriet Beecher Stowe Published " Uncle Tom's Cabin" Jan 1, 1857 Dred Scott Decision by Supreme Court.