1. Boston Massacre a. The Boston Massacre took place on March 5, 1770 in Boston. The Boston Massacre became a historical event because it was the start of a revolution. It all began when the British soldiers came into Boston and fired shots at the colonists for making a crowd and going against the soldiers.
Nancy Hart Orange county, North Carolina was where Nancy Hart was born. She was born in 1735 and died in 1830. One of her impacts on the Revolutionary war was that she had killed 6 tories. Another impact was that she help Whigs escape. The last but not least impact was that she was a spy for the Patriots (National).
Allison Yi 10/17/16 10th Grade Global History Period 7 Introduction: Revolutions were significant events in history that dramatically affected the rights of the inhabitants. The Latin American revolution as well as the Haitian revolution were led to gain independence from the colonial power of France, Spain, and Portugal. The Latin American revolution led by Simon Bolivar and the Haitian Revolution have both similarities and differences as they both started due to the want for political, economic and social changes. BP1 Topic Sentence: The Latin American and Haitian revolution were both started due to the want for social change because of the inhumane treatment they were receiving. At Saturday, April 20, 1793, many of the slaves revolted in order to gain freedom.
The Obstacles in Charles Town Settlement within North America first started in the year 1493. Settlement within South Carolina on the other hand, started in the year 1521. Francisco Gordillo first sailed to the Carolina coast in 1521, and many historians believe he anchored near present day Georgetown. Although Gordillo was the first to explore the Carolina area, he was not the first to try to settle the land. He quickly angered the natives by capturing them and selling them into slavery in the Caribbean.
On December 16th, 1773 sixty men dressed as Native Americans dumped an entire shipment on tea into the Boston Harbor in protest of the laws and taxes imposed on the colonies. As a result Parliament implicated the Intolerable Acts, which stripped Massachusetts of self-rule and legal independence (timeline). In 1774 colonials met in Philadelphia at the First Continental Congress in order to protest the intolerable Acts and petition for a friendly relationship to return between the colonies and Britain (sparknotes). Meanwhile the battles of Lexington and Concord were the first actions of war during the Revolution. The Minutemen battled the British army in response to Paul Revere’s warning one
He led the Tennessee militia to fight Seminoles in Florida in a war known as the "First Seminole War" just seven years before his election into the presidency . Andrew Jackson, who had been fighting Indians for all his life, expressed his aggressive attitude towards Indians through land policies that were unfair and destructive to Indians throughout the United States. Jackson's policies were unfair and confusing to the Indians, leading to broader interpretation of the acts in later presidencies, Jackson's aggressive nature towards Indians carried on long after his presidency. President Andrew Jackson passed the Indian Removal Policy in the year 1830. The Indian Removal Policy which called for the removal of Native Americans from the Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia area,
After one year, he resigned from his senate post so he could have a job closer to home, like a judge of Tennessee’s Superior Court. In 1802 Jackson challenged Governor John Sevier for election as the major general in command of the state militia. Jackson beat him for the general role, but the aftermath brought them to another duel. After that, Jackson became well known for his temper. The most notorious is the affair in 1806, which began with a misunderstanding over a horse race, and it ended with a duel with pistols between Andrew Jackson and Charles Dickinson.
Two years later, the British began their march to Lexington and Concord to arrest patriot leaders and seize their weapons. In Lexington, the British were met with colonial armed forces known as minutemen. Here, eight colonists died. In concord, the two groups met again, but the minutemen left victorious. This event caused the beginning of the Revolutionary
Nat Turner (October 2, 1800 – November 11, 1831) was an African-American slave who led a slave rebellion of slaves and free blacks in Southampton County, Virginia on August 21, 1831 that resulted in 60 white deaths. He led a group of other slave followers carrying farm implements on a killing spree. As they went from plantation to plantation they gathered horses, guns, freed other slaves along the way, and recruited other blacks that wanted to join their revolt. At the end of their rebellion they were accused of the deaths of fifty white people.  Virginia legislators also targeted free blacks with a colonization bill, which allocated new funding to remove them, and a police bill that denied free blacks trials by jury and made any free blacks
In the fall of 1739, around twenty enslaved Africans gathered near the Stono River in South Carolina and sought out to rebel against slave owners in what would be one of the most important slave revolts in Colonial America. These Africans were said to be from the Kongo, who may have also been former soldiers. They planned to march and escape to Spanish Florida where the Spanish had issued a proclamation stating that any slave who deserted to St. Augustine would be given freedom and land. The enslaved Kongolese Africans were allegedly led by another slave named “Jemmy” (also referred to as Cato) who gathered a recruitment of more slaves as they headed south. On Sunday, September 9, 1739, they broke into the Hutchinson’s shop and killed the
Vicksburg battle From the spring of 1862 until July 1863, during the American Civil War, Union forces waged a campaign to take the Confederate stronghold of Vicksburg, Mississippi, which lay on the east bank of the Mississippi River, halfway between Memphis To the north and New Orleans to the south.The capture of Vicksburg divided the Confederacy and proved the military genius of Union General Ulysses S. Grant. On May 19, Grant, hoping for a quick victory over a defeated foe, ordered Sherman’s corps to attack along the Graveyard Road northeast of town. Pemberton, the engineer, had developed a series of strong works around Vicksburg, and the Federals were repulsed by the defenders of Stockade Redan, suffering 1,000 casualties. Three days later, coordinated assaults were made: Sherman along the Graveyard Road, Maj. Gen. James McPherson hitting the center from the Jackson Road, and Maj. Gen. John McClernand attacking from the south along the lines of the Baldwin Ferry Road and the Southern Railroad of Mississippi. Although McClernand men briefly penetrated what was called the Railroad Redoubt, all three columns were repulsed, with a total loss of over
The landing of British troops in the colonies brought America closer to its revolution. In 1768, the British Navy landed 4000 soldiers in the Boston harbor in an attempt to maintain order and end smuggling operations. The soldiers, needing housing were quartered in the houses of the New England colonists according to the Mutiny Act. The colonists, who disliked with the anti-smuggling operations of the British, sunk the HMS Gaspee in an event known as the “Gaspee Affair.” Through the “Gaspee Affair,” the colonists showed their resentment towards the British soldiers and brought the revolution
In 1818, he led an attack against the Seminole Indians and captured Pensacola, involving the United States in conflicts with both Spain and Britain. Jackson claimed that the British were using the town as a base, and he executed two Englishmen for inciting the Indians. His success in Florida influenced Spain to sell the territory to the United States. In 1819 John Quincy Adams completed the purchase of Florida, and in 1820, Jackson was appointed
Setting the scene back to the year of 1712 on the James River in the colony of Virginia, there was a man who went by the name of Willie Lynch. He was a slave owner who resided in the West Indies (currently known as the United States). He came to the colony of Virgina to educate those people on lynching. This was not the conventional lynching customary in your vocabulary, it was a form of psychological lynching that the people of Virginia were not yet accustomed. Willie Lynch intended for the African race to be pitted against each other by “breaking” them.
The Battle of Bull Run was a battle against South Carolina and the Union of Confederacy. On the 15th of April 1861, South Carolina military forces would capture and attack Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor. A production was issued by Abraham Lincoln, declaring an insurrection against the laws of the United States. Seven other states had declared their secession, even South Carolina to form the Confederate states of