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  • James Madison

    future president Mames Madison is born on this day on 1751 on port conway,vaginia.Madison one of the key drafter of the U.S. Constutition and the Bill of Right become,American's fourth president in 1809
  • proclamation of 1763

    the royal proclamation did much to dampen that celebraqtion.
  • sugar act

    the paliament passed a modified version of sugar and molasses act .1733 which was about to expire
  • stamp act

    The bill was passed on febuary 1765 aproved by the Lords on March 18th,and two weeks later ordered in effect by the king.
  • Townshend Act

    charles townshend chacellor of the exchequer sponsorder the Townshend Act
  • Boston Massacre

    thisn is the shooting name given by the sons of Liberty
  • Boston Tea Party

    This was organised by the4 Sons of Liberty in Boston
  • Intolerable Acxt

    this was a seriers of law given by the parlianment ot punish the Massasushetts colony and to serve as a warning to other colonies
  • Battle of Lexington and Concord

    british solders and american colonialists clashed in Massasushetts making the begining of the American Revolution
  • American revolution

    During the Ameerican revolution, Great Britain's 13 American colonies rose up in insurrection and won their Independence.
  • Second Continental Congress

    is when the meeting bigins in philadelphia
  • common sense

    writer Thoms Pain published his pamphlet common sense setting forth his arguements in favor of American Independence
  • Declaration of Independence

    In philadelphia, Pennusylvania, the continental congress adopt the Declaration of Independence, which proclaims the Independence of the United States of America fron Great Britain and its King
  • Battle of Trentobn

    it helped to turn the tide of the American Revolution
  • Battle of Saratoga

    The turning point of American Revolution
  • Fredrich Von Steuben aqnd Marquis de Lafayette

    A prussian military officer von Steuben was intrumental in cornverting the continental Army int a disciplined fighting force during the Revolutionary War
  • Valley Forge

    British troops led by general charles Cornwallis delay General George Washington and his continental army's winter marsh from whitemarch to Vallely Forge.
  • George wAshington

    American Revolutionnary leader and the first president of the United State
  • Articles of Confederation

    Articlals of Co nfederation are finaly ratified after 16 month after debate and a four year delay due to backering over land claims between virginia and Maryland.
  • Lord Cornwallis

    British General Lord Cornwallis retreats to wilmington,North carolina after beig defeated Guilford courthouse by 4, 5oo Continental Army soldiers and militia
  • Battle of yorktown

    The 1781 victory at yorktown proved to be the final major battle of the American Revolution
  • Treaty of Paris

    The treaty of paris of 1783 ,negotiated between the United State and Great Britain,ended the American Revotionary war and recognized American Indipendence.
  • Shays Rebellion

    Sheys rebellion is the name given to the series of protests in 178 6 and 1787 by American farmers against state and local enforcement of tax collections and judgements for dept
  • Federalist and Antfederalists

    early US Polotical party which advoceted a strong central government and held power from 1789 to 1801.The term federalist was used in 1787 to describe the supporters of the newly written constitution.
  • Contitution

    The U. S Constitution established America's national govenment and fundemental laws,guaranteed certain basic right of its citizens
  • Bill of Right

    The roots of the Bill of Right -the first ten amendment of the U.S Constitution -lie deep in Angola- American story.
  • George Washington

    The American Revolution leader and the first president of the United State
  • Great Compromise,Roger Sherman

    The compromise of 1877 resolved the disputed presidental election that year and effectively ended Reconstruction.