Erika  Williams
Mind Map by Erika Williams, updated more than 1 year ago
Erika  Williams
Created by Erika Williams almost 5 years ago



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  1. September 17, 1787: US Constitution. The United States Constitution that emerged from the convention established a federal government with more specific powers.
    1. 1791-1804: Haitian revolt. The Haitian revolution created the second independent country in the Americans after the US became independent in 1783.
      1. 1793: Cotton Revolution. With the cotton gin, cotton became the cash crop.
        1. 1794: Ely Whitney's cotton gin . Ely Whitney invited the gin in 1794 and by the 1850 the tool had changed the face of Southern agriculture.
          1. 1800's: The Second Great Awakening was a Protestant religious revival movement during the early 19th century in the United States.
            1. 1820: The Missouri Crisis was a financial panic that swept across the United States.
              1. May 1822: The Vesey Revolt was led by Denmark Vesey and to a lesser extent, by his accomplice, Peter Poyas.
                1. 1846-1848: The United States admitted Texas to the union in 1845.
                  1. 1850: the Fugitive Slave Act, it was an important part of the compromise of 1850.
                    1. 1852: Uncle Tom's Cabin, was a novel written in this year.
                      1. 1854: Kansas Nebraska Act
                        1. 1857: Dred Scott Case
                          1. 1859: Harpers Ferry Raid.
                            1. 1860: Abraham's Election Day.
                              1. 1861-1865: Attack on Fort Sumter
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