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History Timeline Historical Figures
⟶ Updated 29 Nov 2017 ⟶
List of edits
19 Nov 2017
R.O.P.E.S. Project Timeline
Susan B. Anthony: Most Important Year: August 8 1920, the 19th amendment also known as the Susan B. Anthony Amendment is passed allowing women the age of 21 and older are allowed to legally vote.
Andrew Jackson: Most Important Event: Defeated in the war of 1812.
Sam Adams: Most Important Event: Became a founding father in 1776
Thomas Paine: Most Important Event: Published Common Sense in 1776.
Benedict Arnold: Most Important Event: 1779 when he started secret negotiations with the British.
Nat Turner: Most Important Year: Went on a rampage and killed 51 white men, women, and children on August 21 1831
John Adams: Most Important Year: 1797, became 2nd president of the United States for one term.
Ulysses S. Grant: Most Important Year: 1863, the confederate forces were separated.
Abraham Lincoln: Most Important Year: 1863, he issued the emancipation proclamation.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Most Important Event: Acomplished the women's right movement along with Susan B. Anthony and many other women.
Sam Houston: Most Important Year: He became the commander in cheif of the texan militia.
Paul Revere: Most Important Year: 1775, went on his famous midnight ride yelling "the british are coming"
Ben Franklin: Most Important Event: 1776, helped craft the declaration of independence.
George Washington: Most Important Event: Was elected as the first president of the United States, on April 30, 1789
Francis Scott Key: Most Important Event: 1814, made the star spangled banner as he watched the British bombing Fort McHenry.
Sam Houston: Most Important Event: 1836, became the commander in chief of the Texan militia.
Davy Crockett: Most Important Event: 1821, served in the revolutionary war.
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