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US History Timeline 1492 - 2011 Nathan Bonter and Trevor Zenas

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  • Period: Aug 3, 1492 to Sep 12, 1492

    Christopher Columbus Discovers America

    Christopher led his three ships the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria out of the Spanish port of Palos on August 3, 1492. His idea was to to sail west to asia (the Indies), where he could find valuables. He discovered America on October 12, 1492.
  • Aug 1, 1497

    Cabot Claims North Am. for England

    Cabot Claims North Am. for England
    John Cabot was an Italian navigator and explorer. The first European to encounter with North America since the Norse Vikings in the eleventh century. He landed on the island of Newfoundland.
  • Jan 1, 1534

    Jacques Cartier: Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Rvr.

    Jacques Cartier: Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Rvr.
    Cartier explored the St. Lawrence River and Great Lakes in the sixteenth century. In his expedition, he had mistaken the St. Lawrence River for a bay and did not investigate it. He later found out what it was.
  • Walter Raleigh Establishes Virginia Colony of Roanoke Island

    Sir Walter Raleigh was named the governor of Roanoke Island by Queen Elizabeth. Raleigh, NC is named after him.
  • John Smith Founder and Explorer of Jamestown

    John Smith Founder and Explorer of Jamestown
    Captain John Smith was an adventurer and soldier. He was also one of the founders of the Jamestown. Smith also led expeditions exploring Chesapeake Bay and the New England coast.
  • Slavery

    Twenty slaves in Virgina Aficns brought to Jamestown are the first slaves imported into Britains North American colonies. Like indentured servants, they were probably freed after a fixedperiod of service.
  • Mayflower Compact

    Mayflower Compact
    The Mayflower Compact was the first governing document of Plymouth Colony. It was written by the colonists.
  • First Public School

    The Boston Latin School is a public school founded in Boston, Massachusetts. It is both the first public school and oldest existing school in the U.S.
  • Slavery

    Colinal North America's slave trade begins when the first American slave carrier, Desire, is built and launched in Massachusetts.
  • First College

    First College
    Harvard University is a private Ivy League university. It was established in 1636 by the Massachusetts legislature. Harvard is the oldest institution of higher learning in the U.S.
  • English Bill Of Rights

    The English Bill of Rights was a re-statement in statutory form of the Declaration of Right. It lays down limits on the powers of sovereign.
  • Ben Franklin: Lightning Rod

    Franklin knew lightning was electricity while other scientists did, also; Franklin wanted to prove it. He loved things with electricity With Ben's previous knowledge and major new findings he proved lightning was electricity with the lightning rod by having a church steeple act as the lightning rod.
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    French and Indian War

    The French and Indian War is the common American name for the war between Great Britain and France in North America.
  • Proclamation of 1763

    The proclamation, in effect, closed off the frontier to colonial expansion. The King and his council presented the proclamation as a measure to calm the fears of the Indians, who felt that the colonists would drive them from their lands as they expanded westward.
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    Stamp Act

    The Stamp Act was a direct tax imposed by the British Parliament specifically on the colonies of British America.
  • Santa Claus

    Santa Claus is a described as a plump, jolly, bearded man wearing a red coat with white collar and cuffs, white-cuffed red trousers, and black leather belt and boots. Named St. Nick.
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    Revolution War

    The Revolution War began as a war between the Kingdom of Great Britain and thirteen British colonies in North America, and ended in a global war between several European great powers.
  • Declaration Of Independence

    Declaration Of Independence
    The Declaration Of Independence announced that the thirteen American colonies then at war with Great Britain regarded themselves as independent states.
  • slavery

    Veront is the 1st colony to free all of their slaves.
  • Articles of Confederation

    Articles of Confederation
    The Articles of Confederation was an agreement among the 13 founding states that legally established the United States of America as a confederation of sovereign states and served as its first constitution.
  • Constitution

    Constitution
    A constitution is a set of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is governed.
  • Delaware

    Delaware
    The largest city in Delaware is Wilmington.
  • Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania
    The nickname for Pennsylvaina Keystone State.
  • New Jersey

    New Jersey
    Thw state capital of New Jersey is Trenton.
  • Georgia

    Georgia
    Georgia was named to honor King George II of England.
  • Connecticut

    Connecticut
    The state song for Conecticut is Yankee Doodle.
  • Massachusetts

    Massachusetts
    Massachusets borders Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont.
  • Maryland

    Maryland
    The largest city in Maryland is Baltimore.
  • South Carolina

    South Carolina
    The major industries is farming (tobacco, soybeans), textiles, manufacturing chemicals, processed foods, machinery, electronics, paper products, tourism.
  • New Hampshire

    New Hampshire
    New Hampshire was the 9th state in the USA.
  • Virginia

    Virginia
    Virginia has 95 differn't counties
  • New York

    New York
    The state nickname is The Empire State.
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    George Washington

    Episcopalian is Washington's religion.
  • North Carolina

    North Carolina
    The state capital is Raleigh.
  • 1790 Population

    1790 Population
    4 million
  • Rhode Island

    Rhode Island
    The state capital, and bigest city is Providence.
  • Bill Of Rights

    Bill Of Rights
    A bill of rights is a list of the most important rights of the citizens of a country.
  • Vermont

    Vermont
    The state song is These Green Mountains for Vermont.
  • Kentucky

    Kentucky
    The state nickname is Bluegrass State.
  • Invention of Cotton Gin

    Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin, which is a machine that quickly and easily separates cotton fibers from their seeds, An occupation formerly done by hand.The fibers are processed into cotton goods, and the seeds can be used to grow more cotton or to produce some cottonseed oil.
  • 11th Amendment

    The 11th Amendment deals with each state's sovereign immunity.
  • Tennessee

    Tennessee
    The name Tennessee came from a Cherokee village in the region that is called "Tanasie.
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    John Adams

    Adams was the first person to live in the White House.
  • 1800 Population

    1800 Population
    5.3 Million
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    Thomas Jefferson

    Thomas' nickname was "Man Of The People".
  • Ohio

    Ohio
    The state song is Beautiful Ohio.
  • 12th Amendment

    The 12th Amendment provides the procedure for electing the President and Vice President.
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    James Madison

    Madison graduated out of the college of New Jersey.
  • 1810 Population

    1810 Population
    7.2 Million
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    War Of 1812

    The War of 1812 was a military conflict fought between the forces of the United States of America and those of the British Empire.
  • Lousiana

    The state motto is "Union, Justice, and Confidence ".
  • Indiana

    The state nickname is Hoosier State.
  • U of M

    U of M
    It is the state's longest running university and the flagship campus of the University of Michigan.
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    James Monroe

    Monroe was the first president to ride on a steamboat.
  • Mississippi

    There is 82 counties in Mississippi.
  • Illinois

    Illinois borders Lake Michigan.
  • Alabama

    Alabama was the 22nd state in the USA.
  • 1820 Population

    1820 Population
    9.6 Million
  • Maine

    The state song is "State of Maine Song".
  • Missouri

    Missouri is the 21st biggest state in the USA.
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    John Quincy Adams

    Adams was the first president to be photographed.
  • Graham Cracker Anyone?

    Graham Cracker Anyone?
    Sylvester Graham invented the graham cracker. It is called a cracker, but it is sweet rather than salty and like a cookie—digestive biscuits are the closest guess to compare.
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    Andrew Jackson

    Jackson was the first president born in a log cabin.
  • 1830 Population

    1830 Population
    12.8 Million
  • Indian Removal Act

    Indian Removal Act
    The Removal Act was strongly supported in the South, where states were eager to gain access to lands inhabited by the Five Civilized Tribes.
  • Oberlin College-First College to Accept Women

    Oberlin College is a private liberal arts college in Oberlin, Ohio, worthy for having been the first American institution of higher educating to regularly admit women and black students.
  • Oberlin College-First School to Accept Blacks

    Oberlin College is a private liberal arts college in Oberlin, Ohio, worthy for having been the first American institution of higher educating to regularly admit women and black students.
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    Texas Revoution

    The Texas Revoution was an armed conflict between Mexico and settlers in the Texas.
  • Arkansas

    The state capital is Little Rock.
  • Michigan

    Michigan is the eighth most populous state in the USA.
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    Martin Van Buren

    Burens nickname was "The Little Magician".
  • 1840 Population

    1840 Population
    17 Million
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    Willam Henry Harrison

    Harrison's father was a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
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    John Tyler

    Five years after leaving office, Tyler was so poor he was unable to pay a bill for $1.25 until he had sold his corn crop.
  • Invention of Vulcanized Rubber

    In the 1830s, it seemed as though the rubber industry in America was going down. The new rubber was unstable, cracking in the winter. By heating sulfur- and lead-fortified rubber at a low temperature, he could render the rubber melt-proof and suitable for daily procedure. He later patented it in 1844
  • Baseball

    Cartwright is thought to be the first person to draw a picture of a diamond shaped baseball field. Cartwright was named the inventor of the modern game of baseball.
  • Florida

    The state song is "Swanee River".
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    James Knox Polk

    Polks nickname was "Young Hickory".
  • Texas

    Texas
    President Eisenhower was born in Denison, Texas
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    Mexican American War

    The Mexican American War was an armed conflict between the United States and Mexico from 1846 to 1848 in the wake of the 1845 U.S.
  • Iowa

    Iowa
    Iowa has exactly 99 counties.
  • Invntion of a Lifetime: Doughnut

    Invntion of a Lifetime: Doughnut
    A doughnut is a fried dough food and is popular in many countries and prepared in different forms as a sweet. It was invented by Elizabeth Gregory as she was required to make food so her shipmates would not die of scurvy or cold on a New England ship
  • Wisconsin

    Wisconsin
    People in Wisconsin are called Wisconsinites.
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    Zachary Taylor

    November 7, 1848 was the first time a presidential election was held on the same day in every state Which was when he was allected.
  • 1850 Population

    1850 Population
    23 Million
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    Millard Fillmore

    The White House's first library, bathtub and kitchen stove were installed by the Fillmores
  • California

    California
    California's state motto is "Eureka".
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    Franklin Pierce

    Pierce was wounded during the Mexican War.
  • Michigan State

    MSU sponsers the studies of packaging, hospitality business, telecommunication and music therapy.
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    James Buchanan

    Buchanan' nickname was "Old Buck".
  • The Invention of the Pencil Eraser

    The Invention of the Pencil Eraser
    On March 30, 1858, Hymen Lipman received the first patent for attaching an eraser to the end of a pencil. It was later invalidated because it was awarded to be simply a composite of two objects rather than an entirely new good.
  • Minnesota

    Minnesota
    Minnesota's state beverage is milk.
  • Oregon

    Oregon
    Oregon's state dance is the folk dance.
  • The Repeating Rifle Invention

    The Repeating Rifle Invention
    Benjamin Tyler Henry was a U.S. gunsmith and manufacturer. He was the inventor of the Henry rifle, the first reliable lever-action repeating rifle.
  • 1860 Population

    1860 Population
    31.4 Million
  • Invention of the Machine Gun

    Dr. Richard Gatling patented his creation of the "Gatling Gun", a six-barreled weapon good for firing a (then) outstanding 200 rounds per minute.
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    The American Civil War

    The The American Civil War was a civil war fought in the United States of America. It was a war between the north,and the south.
  • Kansas

    Kansas
    Kansas' major industries includes agriculture.
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    Abraham Lincoln

    At 6 foot, 4 inches, Lincoln was the tallest president
  • William Schrafft: Jelly Bean

    Jelly beans are a small sugary treat invented by William Schrafft. He begged people to give his jelly beans to soldiers during the American Civil War.
  • Breakfast Cereal: An Important Invention

    Breakfast Cereal: An Important Invention
    The first breakfast cereal, Granula was invented by James Caleb jacksonin 1863 . The cereal never became popular since it was inconvenient, as the heavy bran nuggets needed soaking overnight before they were tender enough to enjoy.
  • West Virginia

    West Virginia
    West Virginia's state colors are old gold and blue.
  • Nevada

    Nevada
    Nevada only has 16 counties (plus 1 independent city).
  • 13th Amendment

    In the 13th Amendment there was a abortion of all slavery. All slaves were freed unless people were illegally keeping them.
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    Andrew Johnson

    Johnson was a United States Senator, 1857-62.
  • Nebraska

    Nebraska
    Kool-Aid is Nebraska's state drink.
  • 14th Amendment

    14th Amendment
    The 4th Amendment sates its Due Process Clause prohibits state and local governments from depriving persons of life, liberty, or property without certain steps being taken to ensure fairness.Its Equal Protection Clause requires each state to provide equal protection under the law to all people within its jurisdiction.
  • American Football Anyone?

    Walter Camp was an American football player, coach, and sports writer known as the "Father of American Football". With John Heisman, and Amos Alonzo Stagg, Walter was one of the most accomplished people in the early history of American football.
  • Soccer

    Soccer
    Association football, commonly known as soccer, is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a round ball. The first game was played between Princeton and Rutgers.
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    Ulysses Simpson Grant

    Grants nickname was "Hero of Appomattox".
  • 1870 Population

    1870 Population
    38.6 Million
  • Right to vote

    In 1870 African Americans' had the right to vote just like everyone else did.
  • 15th Amendment

    15th Amendment
    The 15th Amendment states to the United States Constitution prohibits each government in the United States from denying a citizen the right to vote based on that citizen's "race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
  • Jeans: Levi Strauss

    Levi Strauss was a German-Jewish immigrant to the United States who founded the first company to make blue jeans. Very stylish in today's world.
  • Colorado

    Colorado
    Denver is Colorado's largest city and is the state capital.
  • Toilet Paper Invention

    Toilet Paper Invention
    Seth Wheeler of New York, obtained the earliest United States patents for toilet paper and dispensers, the types of which eventually were in common usage in that country. Toilet paper is for good hygiene.
  • Light Bulb Invention

    Edison had many fails at trying to create a light that consistantly stays on. He created the first light bulb and it made life a million times better.
  • 1880 Population

    1880 Population
    50.1 Million
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    James Abram Garfield

    James was the first president to campaign in two languages -- English and German.
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    Chester Alan Arthur

    Chester's nickname was "Elegant Arthur".
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    Grover Cleveland

    Grover is the only president to serve two nonconsecutive terms.
  • Coca Cola

    Coca Cola is a soft drink name. It is one of the popular sodas to this day.
  • Softball

    Softball is a bat-and-ball sport played between two teams of 10 to 14 players. It's basically baseball but the ball is much bigger and mostly played by women. George hancock created it.
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    Benjamin Harrison

    Harrison earned $50,000 per year.
  • North Dakota

    North Dakota
    In North Dakota they enjoy the square dance.
  • South Dakota

    South Dakota
    South Dakota contains Mount Rushmore.
  • Montana

    Montana
    Montana is the 44th most populous state.
  • Washington

    Washington
    Washington is named after 1st president George Washington.
  • Stop Sign

    Stop Sign
    Stop signs originated in Michigan in 1915. The earlier ones had black letters on a white background and were 24 by 24 inches somewhat smaller than the sign today.
  • Idaho

    Idaho
    Idaho is nicknamed the "gem state".
  • Wyoming

    Wyoming
    Wyoming residents are called Wyomingites.
  • CMU

    CMU
    Central Michigan University is one of the nation’s 100 largest public universities and the fourth biggest in Michigan. They are nicknamed the "Chippewas"
  • Radio

    The radio is a device that plays all sorts of music and news. They've gone to boom boxes to Ipods. It was created by Nikosha Tesla.
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    Grover Cleveland

    Cleveland was the only president married in the White House.
  • Volleyball

    Volleyball is an Olympic team sport in which two teams of six players are divided by a net. Each team tries to score points by grounding a ball on the other team's court under organized rules.
    Men and women play.
  • Corn Flakes

    Corn Flakes
    Corn Flakes is a dry breakfast cereal created by Will Keith Kellogg.
  • Utah

    Utah
    Idaho's state motto is "Industry".
  • Oldsmobile

    Oldsmobile was a brand of automobile produced the majority of its existence by General Motors. It was founded by Ransom E. Olds in 1897
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    William McKinley

    William's religion is Methodist.
  • 1900 Population

    1900 Population
    76.2 Million
  • Assembly Line

    Henry Ford was the first creator of the assembly line. It was a series of workers wworking on a specific psrt of a car and passing it down the next person.
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    Theodore Roosevelt

    Roosevelt's nickname was "Teddy".
  • Teddy Bear

    Teddy Bear
    The teddy bear was name after President Theodore Rossevelt after he came across a wounded bear while he was hunting.
  • Banana Split

    Banana Split
    David Evans Strickler, a pharmacist at Tassel Pharmacy in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, who liked inventing sundaes at the store's pop fountain, invented the banana-based triple ice cream sundae in 1904. The sundae originally costed 10 cents.
  • Oklahoma

    Oklahoma
    Oklahoma is the 20th biggest state.
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    William Howard Taft

    Taft's occupation was a lawyer and public official.
  • 1910 Population

    1910 Population
    92.2 Million
  • New Mexico

    New Mexico
    New Mexico's state bird is the roadrunner.
  • Arizona

    Arizona
    Arizona named a lake after Theorore Roosevelt.
  • 16th Amendment

    The 16th Amendment allows the Congress to levy an income tax without apportioning it among the states or basing it on Census results.
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    Woodrow Wilson

    Wilson earned $75,000/year.
  • 17th Amendment

    17th Amendment
    The 17th Amendment established direct election of United States Senators by popular vote.
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    World War 1

    World War I thereafter, was a major war centred in Europe that began on 28 July 1914 and lasted until 11 November 1918. It involved all the world's great powers.
  • 18th Amendment

    18th Amendment
    The 18th Amendment prohibits alcohal.
  • 1920 Population

    1920 Population
    106 Million
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    Warren Gamaliel Harding

    Harding was the first newspaper publisher to be president.
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    Calvin Coolidge

    calvin's religion was Congregationalist.
  • Kool Aid

    Kool-Aid was created by Edwin Perkins in Hastings, Nebraska. All of his experiments weree in his mother's kitchen. Kool Aid is a flavored drink mix.
  • Television

    Television is a screen displaying a show, movie, or news report. Philo T. Fransworth created it. They have advanced throughout the years.
  • Micky Mouse

    Micky Mouse
    Mickey Mouse is a cartoon character made in 1928 by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks at The Walt Disney Studio. Mickey is a black mouse with white gloves.
  • Bubble Gum

    Walter Diemer, an accountant for the Fleer Chewing Gum Company in Philadelphia, was experimenting with new gum recipes. One recipe found to be less sticky than regular chewing gum, and stretched easier. This gum became known as Double Bubble.
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    Herbert Clark Hoover

    Hoover's occupation was an engineer.
  • 1930 Population

    1930 Population
    123 Million
  • Electric Guitar

    Electric Guitar
    The first electrically amplified guitar was created by George Beauchamp. An electric guitar makes a less soft sound as oppose to a regular guitar.
  • 20th Amendment

    The 20th Amendment establishes the beginning and ending of the terms of the elected federal offices.
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    Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    Franklin's nickname was "FDR".
  • 21st Amendment

    21st Amendment
    The 21st Amendment repealed the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which had mandated nationwide Prohibition.
  • Soft Serve Ice Cream

    The first commercial offering of soft serve ice cream was in 1938 by J.F. "Grandpa" McCullough and his son Alex McCullough, soon to be cofounders of the ice cream and fast food chain restaurants.
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    World War 2

    World War 2 involving most of the world's nations—including all of the great powers—eventually forming two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. It was the most widespread war in history.
  • 1940 Population

    1940 Population
    132 Million
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    Harry S. Truman

    Truman's political party was Democrat.
  • Video Game

    A video game is a televison game played to entertain a certain person, mostly kids. It includes a controller of some sort.
  • 1950 Population

    1950 Population
    151 Million
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    Korean War

    The Korean War was a conventional war between South Korea.
  • 22nd Amendment

    22nd Amendment
    The 22nd Amendment sets a term limit for the President of the United States.
  • Invention of the Barcode

    Invention of the Barcode
    The first patent for a barcode product was issued to inventors Joseph Woodland and Bernard Silver on October 7, 1952. The barcode was U.S. patent # 2,612,994. It was described to look like a "bull's eye".
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    Dwight David Eisenhower

    Dwight was a soldier.
  • Video Tape

    Video Tape
    RCA-owned NBC first used video tape on the Johnathan Winters Show. Video tapes have advanced through the years.
  • Alaska

    Alaska
    Alaska has no bordering states.
  • Hawaii

    Hawaii
    Hawaii only has five counties.
  • 1960 Population

    1960 Population
    179.3 Million
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    Vietnam War

    The Vietnam War was a cold war in vietnam supported by many areas.
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    John Fitsgerald Kennedy

    Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas Texas. He had spent little more than a thousand days in office before being assassinated.
  • 23rd Amendment

    The 23rd Amendment permits citizens in the District of Columbia to vote for Electors for President and Vice President
  • Computer Mouse

    Computer Mouse
    Duglas Engelbart at the Stanford Research Institute invented the first mouse prototype in 1963, with the help of his colleague Bill English. A computer mouse points to somethingon a computer and clicks.
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    Lyndon Bains Johnson

    Johnson' nickname was "LBJ".
  • Buffalo Wings

    Buffalo Wings are a variety of chicken wings, hot, spicy, barbecue, etc. Usually sold in sports bars.
  • 24th Amendment

    24th Amendment
    The 24th Amendment prohibits both Congress and the states from conditioning the right to vote in federal elections on payment of a poll tax or other types of tax.
  • Minicomputer

    Minicomputer
    A minicomputer was a gigantic computer of various parts. It was the first computer to be created. It costed $8000.
  • CD

    A compact disc is a circular, thin device that plays music, television shows, etc. Sony first piblished a succesful CD.
  • 25th Amendment

    The 25th Amendment deals with succession to the Presidency and establishes procedures both for filling a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, as well as responding to Presidential disabilities.
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    Richard Milhouse Nixson

    Nixon is the only U.S. President who resigned from office.
  • 1970 Population

    1970 Population
    203 Million
  • Email

    Computer engineer, Ray Tomlinson invented internet based email in late 1971. Email helped you send mail electronically to other people.
  • 26th Amendment

    26th Amendment
    The 26th Amendment states that the voting age is now 18.
  • Cell Phone

    Cell Phone
    The first hand-held mobile phone was demonstrated by Dr. Martin Cooper of Motorola in 1973, weighing 2 1/2 lbs.
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    Gerald Rudolph Ford

    Ford was born Leslie Lynch King, Jr.
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    James Earl Carter

    Carters nickname was "Jimmy".
  • 1980 Population

    1980 Population
    226.5 Million
  • Laptop

    Released in 1981, the Epson HX-20, a battery powered portable computer, with a 20-character by 4 line LCD display and a built-in printer.
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    Ronald Wilson Reagan

    reagan lived to be 93 years old, the longest living president.
  • Nintendo Entertainment System

    The Nintendo Entertainment System is a video game console that was released by Nintendo in North America during 1985. You played video games on it.
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    George Herbert Walker Bush

    Bush's nickname was "Poppy".
  • 1990 Population

    1990 Population
    248.7 Million
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    Persian Golf War

    The Persian Golf War was a war with thirty-four nations led by the United States, against Iraq.
  • 27th Amendment

    prohibits any law that increases or decreases the salary of members of the Congress from taking effect until the start of the next set of terms of office for Representatives.
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    William Jefferson Clinton

    President Clinton was the first president to visit Vietnam since the end of the Vietnam War.
  • 2000 Population

    2000 Population
    281.4 Million
  • Ipod

    Ipod
    The ipod was the first device where you did not need a CD to listen to music. It was in a compact handheld case.
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    George Walker Bush

    George was one of two managing general partners of the Texas Rangers baseball team from 1989-1994.
  • US Invasion of Afghanistan

    US Invasion of Afghanistan
    The US Invasion of Afghanistan the armed forces of the United States of America, the United Kingdom and the Afghan United Front. The primary driver of the invasion was the September 11 attacks on the United States.
  • Invasion of Iraq

    The Invasion of Iraq troops from the United States, the United Kingdom and smaller contingents from Australia, Poland and Spain invaded Iraq and toppled the regime of Saddam Hussein in 21 days of major combat operations.
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    Barack Hussein Obama

    Barack was the first African american president.
  • 2010 Population

    2010 Population
    308.7 Million
  • 19th Amendment

    The 19th Amendment allows women to vote, and so that the president is not based on men.
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