End French Indian War, Proclamation of 1763, Sugar Act, Quartering of Soldiers
Declaration of Independence, Lexington and Concord, Battle of Bunker Hill, "Common Sense"
1787 Great Compromise, Constitution Ratified, creation of political parties, Want bill of rights, George Washington!!
Democratic-Republicans win Presidency and Congress, Alien Sedition acts, Midnight judges, Begin of end of fed party
Marbury vs Madison, Louisiana Purchase, Elastic Clause, U.S. control Mississippi River
End of War of 1812, Jackson hero in Battle of New Orleans, Boosted northern manufacturing, Hartford convention end fed party
Manifest Dynasty, End of Mexican war, Compromise of 1850, Wilmot Proviso, Popular Sovereignty
Civil War begins, Lincoln elected, Confederate states of America secede, Fort Sumter
End of the civil War, end of slavery, Johnson president, Radical republicans take over Congress and Reconstruction, Freedman's bureau
Hayes Wins 1876 Presidential election, End of reconstruction, removal of fed troops from South, Poll taxes/literary test disenfranchise black voters, Plessy v. Ferguson says segregation (Jim Crow) is constitutional
WWI starts in Europe, "Lusitania" and submarine warfare, Freedom of the "open seas", "War to end all Wars", Wartime suppression of civil liberties
Treaty of Versailles, end of WWI, Woodrow Wilson's 14 points and League of Nations, U.S. rejects treaty and retreats to isolationism, Post-war depression and Red Scare, 18th 19th Amendments
Stock market crash, FDR elected 1932, New deal increase fed involvement in everyday life, Democratic party gains strength from new coalition
Pearl Harbor, Us enters WWII, Nazi Germany and Holocaust, Jap-American internment, Women and minorites prove their wroth in the war effort
End of world war II, U.S. emerge as global super power, atomic bomb developed and used, United nations so US abandon isolationism, Yalta conference is beginning of Cold War
Brown vs Board of Education, Montgomery Bus Boycott, Lynching of Emmett Till, Diem Bien Phu marks beginning of US involvement in Vietnam
Election of JFK, beginning of new era of fed involvement in Civil rights, Sit-ins in Greensboro, NC, RFK is appointed Attorney General, New Frontier optimism marked by Peace Corps formation
Civil Rights Act, outlawed segregation in public facilities and banned discrimination in hiring, voting, and education, LBJ uses "JFK legacy" to push civil rights reforms, March on WA, Escalation in Vietnam, Great Society
MLK and RFK assassinated, marked end of civil rights movement of the 1960s, 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago, Height of US troop numbers in Vietnam, Tet offensive, Nixon elected President
Paris Peace Agreement, End of longest war in American history, War-Powers Resolution, Détene, Watergate
Fall of the Berlin Wall, Collapse of the soviet union and European Communism, Solidarity in Poland, Gorbachev and Perestroika, Iran-Contra Affair
Republicans take control of Congress, nation question commitment to New Deal legacy of welfare legislation, suggest return of authority to states, Clinton re-elected