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  1. 1. m7 14 21 28 11 Terrorist Attacks (2001) t 1 8 15 22 29 18 President Filmore signs Fugitive Slave Act (1850) w2 9 16 23 30 th 3 10 17 24 f4 25 sa5 12 19 26 su 6 13 20 27 Dollar Diplomacy 1909 On the night of April 14, at 11:40 p.m., The Titanic struck Used the military and an iceberg; diplomacy to help just under three hours later, promote business at 2:20 AM, on April 15, 1912 the interests ship sank. overseas The United States Senate Titantic sinks investigation reported that 1,517 people perished in the accident 1912 British ocean liner struck an Standard Oil Company iceburg and sank in the brought down Atlantic Ocean 1911 End of the monopoly due to the new anti-trust laws Sixteenth Amendment 1930 Allowed the United States to collect income taxes Life September 15, 1857 ~ March 8, 1930 Term 1909 ~ 1913 WILLIAMTAFT SEPTEMBER
  2. 2. m 5 12 19 26 t 6 13 20 27 w 7 14 21 28 th 1 8 15 22 29 f 2 9 16 23 30 sa 3 10 17 24 31 su 4 11 18 25 Construction of the Panama Canal was one of the largest and most difficult engineering projects ever It has had an enormous impact on shipping between the two oceans replacing the long and acherous route via the Drake Passage and Panama Canal Cape Horn at the 1903 southernmost tip of South America. Construction of the major shipping canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Spacial Theory of Relativity 1905 Albert Einstein discovers a new physical theory on motion-changing physics to this day Life October 27, 1858 ~ January 6, 1919 Term 1901 ~ 1 909 THEODOREROOSEVELT OCTOBER
  3. 3. 9 Berlin Wall falls (1989) 22 President Kennedy assassinated (1963) su 1 8 15 29 m2 16 23 30 t3 10 17 24 w4 11 18 25 th 5 12 19 26 f6 13 20 27 sa 7 14 21 28 Mexican War 1846-1849 Conflict between the United States and Mexico over the Texas territory Treaty of Guadeloupe 1848 Ended the Mexican War. The United States acquires California, Nevada, New Hidalgo Mexico, Utah, Arizona, and Colorado territory Gold Discovered 1849 Feverish migration of workers The California gold rush into the area of a dramatic led directly to the discovery of commercial settlement of California by Americans quantities of gold in California and the rather rapid entry of that state in the union in 1850. Successive gold rushes occurred in western North America, gradually moving north: the Fraser Canyon, the Cariboo district and other parts of British Columbia, and the Rocky Mountains. Life November 2, 1795 ~ June 15, 1849 1845 ~ 1849 JAMESPOLK Term NOVEMBER
  4. 4. su 3 10 17 31 13 U.S. declares war on Mexico (1846) m 4 11 18 25 24 Opening of the Brooklyn Bridge (1883) t5 12 19 26 w6 20 27 th 7 14 21 28 f1 8 15 22 29 President John F. Kennedy announced this goal in 1961, sa 2 9 16 23 30 1961 July 20, 1969 Nasa plans to United States became concerned about the by Neil Armstrong and conduct manned moon political orientation of Buzz Aldrin during the Apollo Fidel Castro’s government, 11 mission landing missions and therefore Cuba was a major focus of Apollo Project Underway the new Kennedy administration when it assumed power in January 1961 U.S. discovers missle Cuban Missle Crisis bases being built in Cuba The president was shot on Novemer 22, 1963 in Texas by Lee Harvey Oswald Kennedy Assasinated John F. Kennedy was fatally wounded by gunshots while riding with his wife Jacqueline in a presidential motorcade through Dealey Plaza. That Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, an employee of the Texas School Book Depository in Dealey Plaza Life May 29, 1917 ~ November 22, 1963 Term 1961 ~ 1963 JOHNF.KENNEDY MAY
  5. 5. su 2 9 16 23 6 President Ronald Reagan (1961) m 3 10 17 24 30 President Monrue signs the Missouri compromise (1820) t 4 11 18 25 w 5 12 19 26 th 13 20 27 f 7 14 21 28 sa 1 8 15 22 29 The Removal Act was strongly supported in the South, where states were eager to gain access to lands inhabited by the “Five Civilized Tribes”. President Jackson hoped removal would resolve the Georgia crisis. Indian Removal Act 1830 While Indian removal was supposed to be voluntary, The removal of American Indians in practice great pressure was to the west to make room for more put on American Indian leaders to sign American settlers removal treaties. Electromagnetic Telegraph Invented 1832 Device for transmitting written messages without the physical transport of a letter Life March 15,1767 ~ June 8, 1845 Term 1829 ~ 1837 ANDREWJACKSON MARCH
  6. 6. 11 Washington becomes the U.S. capital (1800) m 1 t 2 w 3 th 4 f 5 sa 6 su 7 19 President Rosenburgs Executed (1953) m 8 t 9 w 10 f 12 sa 13 su 14 m 15 t 16 w 17 th 18 sa 20 su 21 In December 1989, m 22 t 23 w 24 th 25 f 26 sa 27 su 28 Gorbachev and George H.W. Bush declared the Cold War officially m 29 tu 30 over at a summit meeting in Malta. By then, the Soviet alliance system 1989 was on the brink of collapse, Period of tension between the United and the Communist leaders of the States and the Soviet Warsaw Pact states were losing power. Union comes to an end Cold War Ends Seven days after Iraq invaded Kuwait on August 2, 1990, 1990 The United States started to deploy Conflict between Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, and Coast Guard units Iraq and the to Saudi Arabia, while at the same United Nations to free Kuwait time urging other Gulf War countries to send their own forces to the scene. Life June 12, 1924 ~ Present Term 1989 ~ 1993 GEORGEH.W.BUSH JUNE
  7. 7. 2 President Garfield shot (1881) 15 President Carter gives Crisi of Confidence speech (1979) The Orteig Prize, m 6 13 20 27 a $25,000 prize offered for the t7 14 21 28 first non-stop flight from New York City to Paris w1 8 22 29 spurred a great amount of interest worldwide. 1927 th 9 16 23 30 Either an eastbound flight First pilot to make a f3 10 17 24 31 from New York or a westbound flight from Paris nonstop solo flight over the sa 4 11 18 25 would qualify. Atlantic Lindbergh crosses Atlantic nonstop su 5 12 19 26 Lindbergh's accomplishment won him the Orteig Prize; more significant than the prize money 1927 was the acclaim that resulted from his Conflict between the Chinese Nationalist daring flight. and Communist parties Civil War in China On Black Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 38 points to 260, Stock Market Crash 1929 a drop of 12.8%. In two days, the Dow Jones fell an average The deluge of selling overwhelmed the ticker tape system of 23% that normally gave investors the current prices of their shares. Telephone lines and telegraphs were clogged and were unable to cope. This information vacuum only led to more fear and panic. CALVINCOOLIDGE JULY Life July 4, 1872 ~ January 5, 1933 Term 1923 ~ 1929
  8. 8. 1 Emancipation Proclamation issued by President Lincoln (1863) th 1 f 2 sa 3 su 4 17 Persian Gulf War begins (1991) m 5 t 6 w 7 th 8 f 9 sa 10 su 11 m 12 t 13 w 14 th 15 f 16 sa 17 su 18 m 19 t 20 w 21 th 22 f 23 sa 24 su 25 President Franklin D. Roosevelt m 26 t 27 w 28 th 29 f 30 sa 31 gave a sequence of programs and promises he initiated between 1933 and 1938 with the goal of giving relief, reform and recovery to the people and the economy of the United States “New Deal” Begins during the Great Depression. 1933 Promise Roosevelt gave to help releave the people and the economy during the Great Depression Social Security Act 1935 Provided benifits to retirees and the unemployed Social Security in the United States is a social insurance program funded through dedicated payroll taxes called Federal Insurance Contributions Act. The Social Security Act was drafted by President Roosevelt’s committee on economic security and passed by Congress as part of the New Deal. It would encourage older workers to retire, thereby creating opportunities for younger people to find jobs, Life January 30, 1882 ~ April 12, 1849 which would lower the unemployment rate. Term 1933 ~ 1945 FRANKLIND.ROOSEVELT JANUARY
  9. 9. 8 President Grover Clevland signs Dawes Act (1887) 20 John Glenn orbits Earth (1962) m 2 9 16 23 t 3 10 17 24 w 4 11 18 25 th 5 12 19 26 f 6 13 27 Freedom of Speech, Press, Religion and Petition sa 7 14 21 28 Right to keep and bear arms Conditions for quarters of soldiers su 1 15 22 Right of search and seizure regulated Provisons concerning prosecution Bill of Rights Right to a speedy trial Right to a trial by jury Excessive bail, cruel punishment 1789 Rule of construction of First 10 amendments to the Constitution Constitution-protecting the rights of all citizens Rights of the States under Constitution Created by the American inventor French Revoltion Eli Whitney in 1793 1789-1799 to mechanize the 1793 Political and Social production of cotton fiber Machine quickly upheaval in France The invention was and easily granted a patent on separates cotton fibers March 14, 1794 The cotton gin was credited for Cotton gin invented increasing assets in the American economy Life February 22, 1732 ~ December 14, 1799 Term 1789 ~ 1797 GEORGEWASHINGTON FEBRUARY
  10. 10. 7 Pearl Harbor Attacked (1941) t 1w2 th 3 f4 sa 5 su 6 20 South Carolina secedes (1860) m t8 w 9 th 10 f 11 sa 12 su 13 m 14 t 15 w 16 th 17 f 18 sa 19 su m 21 t 22 w 23 th 24 f 25 sa 26 su27 The war was propagated by two major alliances. m 28 t 29 w 30 th 31 The Entente Powers initially consisted of France, the United Kingdom, Russia and their associated empires and dependencies. Numerous other states joined these allies, most notably Italy in April, 1915, WWI Begins and the United States in April, 1917. 1914 Global military conflict that resulted in over 40 million USSR Forms casualties 1917 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics emerged from the By the end of WWI, Russian Empire after the some 24 million men had registered, Russian Revolution and some 2.8 million had been drafted. Selective Service Act More than half of the almost 1917 4.8 million Americans Required all males, who served in the armed ages 21-30, to register for military forces were drafted. service Life December 28, 1856 ~ February 3, 1924 Term 1913 ~ 1921 WOODROWWILSON DECEMBER
  11. 11. m 3 10 17 24 31 su 2 9 16 23 30 6 Hiroshima bombed (1945) t 4 11 18 25 sa 1 8 15 22 29 13 Berlin Wall started (1961) w 5 12 19 26 f 7 14 21 28 th 20 27 In reaction to Israeli-Syrian tensions, Egypt amassed 1964 1000 tanks and 100,000 soldiers on the border, Civil Rights Act Outlawed closed the Straits of Tiran to all ships flying Israeli flags or carrying strategic segregation in materials, and called for schools and unified Arab action against Israel. public places 1967 First conceived to help African Americans, Conflict between the the bill was amended neighboring countries of Eygpt, Jordan, and Syria prior to passage to protect women in courts, Six Day War and explicitly included white people for the first time. It also started the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. It became illegal to compel segregation of the races in schools, housing, or hiring. Powers given to enforce the bill were initially weak, but were supplemented during later years. Life August 27,1908 ~ January 22, 1973 Term 1963 ~ 1969 LYNDONB.JOHNSON AUGUST
  12. 12. 12 Civil War begins (1861) 30 Lousiana Purchase treaty signed (1803) su 5 19 26 m 6 13 20 27 t7 14 21 28 w 1 8 15 22 29 th 2 9 16 23 The Louisiana Purchase encompassed portions of f3 10 17 24 15 current U.S. states and 2 Canadian provinces. The land included in the purchase comprises around 23% of sa 4 11 18 25 the territory 1803 Lousiana Purchase of the United States today. 828,000 square miles of new United States land 1804-1806 Lewis and Clark First American overland expedition to the Pacific coast “Left Pittsburgh this day at 11 o’clock with a party of 11 hands 7 of which are soldiers, a pilot and three young men on trial they having proposed to go with me throughout the voyage.” This was said by Meriwether Lewis in his first journal entry on the epic Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Pacific Ocean. Life April 13, 1743 ~ July 4, 1826 Term 1801 ~ 1809 ThomasJefferson APRIL

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