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APUSH timeline 2

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October 1777
Surrender of British forces of General Burgoyne at Saratoga
1777
State constitutions written in 10 former colonies
1777-1778
Continental army encamped for the winter at Valley Forge
1778
French begin to assist American war efforts
March 1781
Articles of Confederation ratified
October 1781
Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown
1783
Signing of the Treaty of Paris
1786-1787
Shays's Rebellion in Massachusetts
1787
Northwest Ordinance establishes regulations for settlement of territories west of the Appalachian Mountains
1787
Constitutional Convention ratifies US Constitution
1788
US Constitution ratified by states
1789
Washington sworn in as first president
1790
Hamilton issues plans proposing to protect infant US industries
1791
Establishment of First National Bank; Ratification of the Bill of Rights
1793
Democratic-Republican clubs begin to meet
1794
Whiskey Rebellion begins
1795
Jay's Treaty with England/Pinckney's Treaty with Spain
1796
John Adams elected president, Thomas Jefferson vice president
1798
XYZ Affair; Sedition Act of John Adams issued; Kentucky and Virginia Resolves
1800
Convention of 1800; Thomas Jefferson elected president in "Revolution of 1800"
1801
John Marshall named Chief Justice of Supreme Court; Alien and Sedition Acts not reviewed
1803
Louisiana Purchase; Marbury v. Madison established federal judicial review
1804
Alexander Hamilton killed in duel with Aaron Burr; Thomas Jefferson reelected; Twelfth Amendment ratified; Beginning of Lewis and Clark expedition
1807
Embargo Act greatly harms foreign trade
1808
James Madison elected president
1812
Beginning of the War of 1812
1814
British army sacks Washington; Treaty of Ghent formally ends the War of 1812; Indian removal from Southern territories begins in earnest
1814-1815
Hartford Convention (meeting of Federalists)
1815
Victory of Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans (after the War of 1812 was officially over); Henry Clay proposes the American System
1816
James Monroe elected president; Second Bank of United States chartered; Tariff of [year] imposes substantial import tariffs
1816-1823
Era of Good Feelings
1820
Missouri Compromise; Reelection of James Monroe
1790s
Beginning of Second Great Awakening
1819-1823
Panic of [year 1] (unemployment lasts until [year 2])
1820s
Growth of New England textile mills
1823
Monroe Doctrine
1824
Proposal by President Monroe to move Native Americans east of the Mississippi River
1825
John Quincy Adams elected president by House of Representatives (no candidate had won a majority in Electoral College)
1828
Andrew Jackson elected president
1830
Passage of Indian Removal Act in Congress
1830s
Growth of the Whig Party
January 1831
First issue of William Lloyd Garrison's The Liberator published
March 1831
Cherokee nation goes to court to defend tribal rights in Cherokee Nation v. Georgia
November 1832
Andrew Jackson reelected
1832
Nullification crisis after nullification of tariffs by South Carolina
1834
First strike of women textile workers in Lowell, Massachusetts
1836
Democrat Martin Van Buren elected president
1840
Whig William Henry Harrison elected president