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Tapestry Year 3 Unit 1 History-O Dates

Created Fall 2010 for prep in playing History-O
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1789
Storming of the Bastille
1789-1799
French Revolution
1791
Bill of Rights Added to the Constitution
1792-1797
France at War with Europe
1793
Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette Executed
1794
Cotton Gin
1797
XYZ Affair
1797-1801
President Adams
1798
Alien and Sedition Act
1798-1799
Quasi-War with France
1799
Napoleon Becomes First Consul
1801
Chief Justice Marshall Appointed
1801 - 1809
President Jefferson
1801
Tripoli Declares War on US
1803
Louisiana Purchase
1803
Marbury v. Madison
1803
Fulton's Steamboat
1803
Ohio Becomes 17th State
1804
Lewis and Clark
1804
12th Amendment Added to the Constitution
1805
Battle of Trafalgar
1806
Continental System Established
1807
Embargo Act
1807
Russian Treaty with Napoleon
1807
Jefferson Outlaws Foreign Slave Trade
1807
Leopard Fires on Chesapeake
1807-1813
Peninsular War (Napoleon lost)
1808
Napoleon Invades Russia
1809
Non-Intercourse Act
1809-1817
President Madison
1801
Venezuela Declares Itself a Republic
1811
Battle of Tippecanoe (Tecumseh)
1812
Invasion of Russia
1812
War with Britain Begins
1813
Battle of Nations Defeat Napoleon
1814
Treaty of Ghent
1814
Bolivar Made Colombian Dictator
1814
Uruguay Wins Freedom (Spain)
1814
British Invade and Burn DC
1814-1815
Congress of Vienna
1815
Battle of New Orleans (Andrew Jackson won)
1815
Battle of Waterloo
1815
Paraguay Declares Independence
1815
Napoleon Rules "100 Days"
1817
Mississippi Added to Union
1817-1818
First Seminole War
1817-1825
President Monroe
1818
Chile Wins Freedom from Spain
1818
Illinois Added to Union
1819
Gran Colombia
1819
Alabama Statehood
1819
McCulloch v. Maryland (implied powers of Congress)
1820
Maine Added to Union
1821
Panama Independence, Joins Gran Colombia
1821
Missouri Statehood
1822
Peru Declares Independence
1822
Brazilian Independence (Portugal)
1823
Monroe Doctrine
1825
Ecuador Joins Gran Colombia
1825
Bolivia Declares Independence