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1. Jamestown, 1607

2. First Africans brought to Virginia, 1619

3. Mayflower Compact, 1620

4. Great Migration of Puritans to Massachusetts, 1630s and 1640s

5. Roger Williams established Rhode Island, 1636

6. William Penn established Pennsylvania, 1681

7. Salem witch trials, 1692

8. James Oglethorpe established Georgia, 1732

9. Jonathan Edwards sparked the Great Awakening, 17349

10. The French and Indian War, 1754-63

11. Proclamation of 1763

12. Stamp Act, 1765-66

13. Declaratory Act, 1766

14. Townshend Acts, 1767

15. Boston Tea Party, 1773

16. First Continental Congress, 1774

17. Lexington and Concord, 1775

18. Second Continental Congress, 1775

19. Thomas Paine published Common Sense, 177610

20. Declaration of Independence, 1776

21. Treaty of Alliance, 1778

22. Battle of Yorktown, 1781

23. Articles of Confederation went into effect, 1781

24. Peace of Paris, 1783

25. Northwest Ordinances of 1784,1785, and 1787

26. Shays’ rebellion, 1786-87

27. Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, 1787

28. The Federalist Papers published, 1787-88

29. Creation of a new government, 178911

30. Alexander Hamilton appointed Secretary of the Treasury, 1789

31. Samuel Slater established first textile mill, 1790

32. Bill of Rights, 1791

33. Cotton gin, 1793

34. Washington’s Proclamation of Neutrality, 1793

35. Whiskey Rebellion, 1794

36. Washington’s Farewell Address, 1796

37. XYZ Affair, 1797-98

38. Alien and Sedition Acts, 1798

39. Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions, 1798-179912

40. Election of 1800

41. Midnight judges, 1801

42. Marbury v. Madison, 1803

43. Louisiana Purchase, 1803

44. Lewis and Clark expedition, 1804-6

45. Trial of Aaron Burr, 1807

46. Jefferson’s embargo, 1807

47. War of 1812, 1812-1815

48. Hartford Convention, 1814

49. Treaty of Ghent, 181413

50. Battle of New Orleans, 1815

51. The American System, 1815

52. Era of Good Feelings, 1817-25

53. McCulloch v. Maryland, 1819

54. Adams-Onís Treaty, 1819

55. Missouri Compromise, 1820

56. First Lowell factory opened, 1823

57. Monroe Doctrine, 1823

58. Election of 1824

59. Indian Removal Act, 183014

60. Maysville Road Veto, 1830

61. Nat Turner’s revolt, 1831

62. Nullification Crisis, 1832-33

63. Jackson destroyed the Bank of the United States, 1833-36

64. Panic of 1837

65. Horace Mann began school reform in Massachusetts, 1837

66. Trail of Tears, 1838

67. Election of 1840

68. The term “manifest destiny” first used, 1845

69. Annexation of Texas, 184515

70. Mexican-American War, 1846

71. Mormons migrated to Utah, 1847-48

72. Seneca Falls convention, 1848

73. Mexican Cession, 1848

74. California gold rush, 1849

75. Wilmot Proviso, 1849

76. Compromise of 1850

77. Harriet Beecher Stowe published Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1852

78. Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854

79. Creation of the Republican Party, 185416

80. Dred Scott v. Sandford, 1857

81. Lincoln-Douglas debates, 1858

82. John Brown’s raid, 1859

83. Election of 1860

84. Southern secession, 1860-61

85. Fort Sumter, 1861

86. Homestead Act, 1862

87. Morrill Land-Grant Act, 1862

88. Emancipation Proclamation, 1863

89. Battles of Vicksburg and Gettysburg, 186317

90. Appomattox Court House, 1865

91. Abraham Lincoln assassinated, 1865

92. Freedman’s Bureau, 1865

93. Thirteenth Amendment, 1865

94. Purchase of Alaska, 1867

95. Radical Reconstruction began, 1867

96. Andrew Johnson impeachment trial, 1868

97. Fourteenth Amendment, 1868

98. Transcontinental railroad completed, 1869

99. Standard Oil created, 187018

100. Knights of Labor created, 1869

101. Wyoming gave women the right to vote, 1870

102. Battle of Little Big Horn, 1876

103. Election of 1876

104. Great Railroad Strike, 1877

105. Chief Joseph surrendered, 1877

106. James Garfield...
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