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1775- American Revolution begins 1776- Second Continental Congress approves Thomas Jefferson's version of the Declaration of Independence 1777-Articles of Confederation produced Was signed on September 3, 1783.
Ended the American Revolution and recognized the U.S. as an independent nation. He was an Indian Chief of the Ottawa tribe.
He led a great rebellion against the British troops. It was the United States war of Independence.
It was led by George Washington. It was his own draft of a Virginia constitution.
It stated stuff about the colonists right to rebel against the British government. It was the first constitution of the United States.
Was a made on November 15, 1777. TimeLine By, Raven Laing and Sarah Gaertner Picture Sources 1763- The indian Chief Pontiac attacks frontier villages Time Gap
12 years Time Gap
6 years 1783- Treaty of Paris (Revolutionary War) 1785- Shay's Rebellion 1787- Constitutional Convention 1788- Federalist Papers written and published 1789- George Washington becomes the first president http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/jefferson/jeffdec.html
http://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=true&doc=6 It was a Revolutionary clash between New England farmers and merchants. http://www.calliope.org/shays/shays2.html It took place at the State House in Philadelphia. http://teachingamericanhistory.org/convention/ It stated many ways of how this new government would be best for the United States of America. http://www.foundingfathers.info/federalistpapers/ He was born on February 22, 1732.
He led the Revolutionary War and won. 1789- The French Revolution
began. Time Gap 2 years 1790- Rhode Island ratifies the Constitution 1791- The Bill of Rights is ratified Time Gap 1 year 1793- Washington issues his Neutrality Proclamation 1794- Jay's Treaty signed 1794- Whiskey Rebellion 1795- Pinckney's Treaty signed (between the U.S and Spain) 1796- Democratic-Republican Party founded 1796- Federalist Party founded 1796- Washington's Farewell Address 1797- John Adams becomes the second U.S president 1798- Alien and Sedition acts passed 1798 and 1799- Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions passes 1798- XYZ Affair 1800- Our nation's capital moves to Washington D.C 1801- Thomas Jefferson takes offices as president 1803- Marbury v. Madison ruling Time Gap 2 years 1803- Senate approves the Louisiana Purchase 1804- Lewis and Clark (The Corps of Disccovery) Journey's begins 1806- Zebulon Pike's exploration begins Time Gap 2 years 1807- Congress passes the Embargo Act 1812- War of 1812 begins Time Gap 5 years 1815- The Battle of New Orleans is fought Time Gap 3 years 1816- James Monroe is elected president 1820- The Missouri Compromise Time Gap 4 years 1823- The Monroe Doctrine is issued Time Gap 3 years 1824- John Quincy Adams is elected president 1825- Construction of the Erie Canal is completed http://historysstory.blogspot.com/2012/07/july-4-declaration-of-independence-is.html It ended in the late 1790s.
It started because the people got sick of there king's autocratic rule. http://www.history.com/topics/french-revolution It was ratified May 29, 1790.
Was the thirteenth state to ratify the Constitution. It was written by James Madison .
It specified the human rights that could not be specified by the federal gov. http://www.findingdulcinea.com/docroot/dulcinea/fd_images/news/on-this-day/September-October-08/On-this-Day--Treaty-of-Paris-Signed--Ending-Revolutionary-War/news/0/image.jpg It was made to keep Americans out of further wars.
It was issued on April 22, 1793. http://www.dipity.com/jacksluk000/personal/#! It was signed by the United States and Great Britain on November 19, 1794.
It settled many issues between the two countries. http://www.teachingamericanhistory.org/convention/ It started when the Federal Government raised taxes on whiskey.
That made the farmers angry and want to attack. http://foavc.org/ It was signed by the Spanish and U.S. negotiators on October 27, 1795.
It settled issues between the two countries and gave American ships the right to navigate through the Mississippi River. http://keepingrepublic.com/?page_id=588 http://www.dipity.com/jacksluk000/personal/#! It was formed by Thomas Jefferson.
It was established to go against the Federalists who had supported and pushed through the ratification of the U.S. Constitutions. One of the first two political parties in the United States of America.
It made a strong central government and held power from 1789 to 1801. http://www.amerika.org/globalism/when-easy-answers-die/ It is the most famous and well-known speech by George Washington.
It is about how he thinks the country should be from there on. He was born at Braintree, Massachusetts on October 30, 1735.
He graduated at Harvard.
He was vice president to George Washington. It was signed by John Adams.
It was four laws that were made by the Federalists respond to the French acts and wanting to destroy the Republican party. It occurred to end a dispute between the French and the United States.
This happened during the Adams administration. He was born in Shadwell, Virginia on April 13, 1743. It involves James Madison and William Marbury in a court case.
This case established the judicial review. It is considered the greatest real estate deal in history.
The French sold the Louisiana Territory to the United states for $15million. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark's Corps of Discovery were sent by Thomas Jefferson to find a water route to the Pacific and explore the uncharted West.
He believed woolly mammoths, erupting volcanoes, and a mountain of pure salt was all in the uncharted West. They were helped by an indian named. http://www.xtimeline.com/__UserPic_Large/72320/evt101031095000094.jpg http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4805674123985152&pid=1.7 http://cdn.dipity.com/uploads/events/0d0dd684ca5c215e6343eae5d757b353_1M.png http://cdn.dipity.com/uploads/events/64a92339a22af81ccb223429f4662152_1M.png http://0.tqn.com/d/history1800s/1/0/g/1/-/-/Excavation-Lockport.jpg The Erie Canal is in New York, it took8 years to finish.
Now its part of New York State Canal System. He served as a American diplomat, Senator, and Congressional representative. Adams had an important role in negotiating the Treaty Of Ghent. The Monroe Doctrine stated that the U.S would not interfere with European colonies. It prohibited slaves in the area of the Louisiana Territory.
It also amitted Maine as a free state. He was an anti-federalist.
In the War of 1812, he was Secretary of War .
He won 80% of the electoral votes. It was the finale major battle of the War of 1812.
It was widely regarded as the greatest American land victory. This conflict was between the U.S and British because the U.S declared war on trade restrictions.
The war was fought in three different parts, one of which was by war ships and the sea. The British Royal Navy resorted to impressment during this.
President Jefferson acted with restraint during this. Zebulon was captured by the Spanish while wandering.
He was killed in the Battle of York. http://www.oldgloryprints.com/Battle_of_New_Orleans.jpg http://www.independent.co.uk/migration_catalog/article5119360.ece/ALTERNATES/w460/james-monroe.jpeg http://jb-hdnp.org/Sarver/Maps/ah11_missouricompromisem.jpg http://www.apeuropeanlahs.org/cartoons/monroedoctrine.jpg http://ts3.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4672787876349090&pid=1.7 It was made to protest against the Federalists Alien and Sedition Acts. Thomas Jefferson was president during this time.
The Southern leaders wanted the capital it Washington D.C.
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