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Timeline

1862-1900
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Karol Espinoza

on 31 January 2013

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Timeline 1862 1867 1863 1864 Abraham Lincoln's assassination , it happened on April 4, 1865, during a play 1865 Nebraska was admitted in 1867 1876 Colorado was admitted in 1867 1862-1900 1879 1884 1888 1889 1890 1892 1894 1895 1898 Civil war
started in 1861 Abraham Lincoln issued the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation on September 22, 1862 West Virginia was admitted in 1863 Nevada was admitted in 1864 After the Great Sheffield Flood that happened on March 11, 1865 end of Civil War The Thirteen Amendment is ratified on December 6, 1865 Alaska was purchased in 1867 Dominion of Canada was formed 1867 Thomas Edison was fired from Western Union in 1867 after an accident during an experiment Baseball national league was founded 1876 Ashtabula River Railroad Disaster happened in December 29, 1876 Brooklyn Theater fire happened in December 5, 1876 Cash register was invented on November 4, 1879 Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 Washington Monument is complete on December 6, 1884 Alaska territory was organized in 1884 Enigma Tornado outbreak happened during February 19-20, 1884 The revolving door was invented on August 7, 1888 Great Blizzard of 1888 happened during March 11-14 T.S. Eliot, a famous poet, was born September 26, 1888 North Dakota was admitted in 1889 South Dakota was admitted in 1889 Montana was admitted in 1889 Washington was admitted in 1889 Eiffel Tower was opened on March 31, 1889 The preliminarily Emancipation Proclamation took effect on January 1, 1863 The preliminarily Emancipation Proclamation was to alert the Confederacy that Abraham Lincoln wanted to free all people who were held as slaves. Idaho was admitted in 1890 Wyoming was admitted in 1890 Oklahoma territory was organized in 1890 Strike at Carnegie steel
results in 10 deaths in 1892 The Pledge of Allegiance is First Published in 'The Youth's Companion' Magazine in 1892 The first Immigrants pass through Ellis Island on their way to US Citizenship on January 1, 1892 General Electric is Established First–spring mouse trap was invented in 1894 International Olympic Committee was founded, First Olympic Congress was held on June 23, 1894 Great Hinckley Fire happened on September 4, 1894 The Great Hinckely Fire was a fire that burned 420 square miles of Hinckely, Minnesota. X-ray photography was invented in 1895 Babe Ruth is born on February 6, 1895 First American Automobile Race happened on November 28, 1895 Hawaii was annexed in 1898 Spanish American War started on April 25, 1898 Spanish American War ended on December 10, 1898 paper clip was invented in 1898 When the Dale Dyke Dam broke, in Sheffield, England, it caused the Great Sheffield Flood. The 13th amendment is where it states that slavery and involuntary servitude is ban. The Ashtabula River Railroad Disaster was caused by a failure of a bridge. The 11 rail cars fell into the river in deep snow causing 159 deaths. The tornado outbreak affected Alabama, Illinois, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Virginia. The outbreak had at least 50 tornadoes. The Civil War was between the Untied State's northern states and the Southern slave states. Involuntary servitude is a person who works for someone else against his or her own will. He got fired because he was working with a lead-acid battery and he spilled the acid on the floor and on his boss's desk. T
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