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10- the curse
The curse is a legend that Tecumseh placed on american presidents in his final dieing words. Even though there is no records of this curse people to this day belive its true
9- Lewis and Clark
Meriwether Lewis and William Clark where chosen by jefferson in 1804 to explore new territory. Along the way the natives ( Sacagawea) helped lewis and clark explore the new world and to give them shelter.
8- Louisiana purchase
in the 1800 spain transferred all land west of the mississippi to france. Due to money problems france sold the land for 15 million dollars in 1803.
7- industrail revalution
The industrial reulustion was a big part of this country because it helped the growth of techonology to this day. In that time many invetions where invented including the cotton gin and many more.
6- Oregon trail
When the economy started dropping in the east thousands of pioneers were promised fertile soil along the Oregon trail. When president James K. Polk became president in 1844 he supported the manifest destiny and settlement in Oregon.
5- trail of tears
As you can tell by the name the trail of tears was not a very fun trail. It was a trail for the native americans during the indian removal act of 1830.
4- native Americans
Native americans played a big part in american history. They where apart of many wars that we have fought and have taught us our ways.
3- manifest destiny
The manifest destiny was the belief that america should shine from sea to shining sea. As the states grew they belived that they had a special purpose.
2- war of 1812
A war between britian and amerca that lasted for about two and a half years. On june 18 1812 the americans declared war on britian for many reasons including trading, supporting the natives and for insulting the high seas
1- the alamo
A war in 1836 between López de Santa Anna's army and the Texians and Tejanos. as they went to attack the texians and tejanos yelled remeber the alamo.
1803 - Louisiana Purchase January 18
Jefferson asks congress for funds to explore around the Mississippi river
1804 - May. The expedition led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark departs
Lewis and Clark were hired by Jefferson to explore the new land
1812 - War of 1812 with Britain
A war between america and Britain lasting for more than 2 years
1814 - British burn Capitol building in Washington
during the war of 1814 the british burned down the white house
1819 - Alabama admitted as slave state
in the south slavery was very popular and through this alabama became a slave state
1820 - Missouri Compromise
was summited by henry clay involving the main rules of the south
1824 - Mexico becomes a republic
mexico gained its independence on september 27
1828 - Election of Andrew Jackson
andrew jackson became vice president in this time
1830 - “Underground Railroad” established
a underground tunnel that helps slaves escape
1835 - Texas declares independence from Mexico
texas won the war at the alamo
biography on Sacajawea
Sacagawea was born 1788 in Lemhi County, Idaho and died on 1812 in Kenel, South Dakota. She was the daughter of the Shoshone chief and was an interpreter for them. Around 12 Sacagawea was captured by Hidatsa Indians who were an enemy of the Shoshones. She was sold to the french Canadian trapper named Toussaint Charbonneau and became his wife. They lived with the Hidatsa and Mandan Indians in the upper part of the Missouri river which is now a days known as North Dakota . Sacajawea's life was pretty much a mystery but she was known for something big. In November 1804 she joined along with the expedition of lewis and clark. Along their journey she became their guide showing leading them around their way. \
The alien and sedition act were admitted in 1798 by president John Adams. They were four bills that were past by the federalist in the fifth united states congress. It was the result of the French Revolution and during an undeclared navel war with France later known as the Quasi-War. The laws admitted by the federalist were to tighten laws and keep security tight. People argued that it was an attempt to suppress voters who disagreed with the Federalist party. The Sedition Act and the Alien Friends Act were allowed to expire in 1800 and 1801.
George Washington was born on February 22 1732 and died December 14 1799. He was commander in chief of the continental army during the american revolutionary war. He was also one of the founding fathers and presided over r the convention that drafted the United States Constitution. He became president in April 30, 1789 severed 2 terms and got out March 4, 1797. He was the first president ever and was widely appreciated. George Washington changed the united states in so many ways.
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by the numbers
April 30th 1789 George Washington became first president
July 1794 the protests turned violent and became Whiskey Rebellions\
.England and France went to war in 1793
In 1798, Federalists passed the Alien and Sedition Acts
spring of 1812 Madison became the first president to ask Congress to declare war
the Treaty of Ghent was signed in Belgium 1814
Harrison was elected president in 1840
in 1830 the Indian Removal Act was passed
President James K. Polk elected in 1844
Santa Fe established in 1610
The organ trail was the that Lewis and Clark used to explore the new world. along the way many natives helped them. Sacajawea was a big part of this expedition. she helped them seek shelter and find food. This expedition was a big part of the history of america.