Two timeline plans are provided for each of the 16 units. One is a basic chronology and the other portrays complex historical developments. Labels are used to organize the timeline and arrows are used to show realtionships, including main ideas and details, cause and effect, and more. Timeline arrows are used to show relationships, including main ideas and details, cause and effect, and more.
The Continental Artillery Regiment was authorized. May 14 Battle off Fairhaven: Patriot militia retrieved two captured vessels along with thirteen Royal Navy sailors off modern Fairhaven, Massachusetts.
Randolph left Philadelphia due to poor health. May 16 American Revolution: The residents of Hanna's Town, now Hannastown, Pennsylvaniasigned the Hanna's town resolvespledging to resist what they considered illegal acts of Parliament. May 22 The 1st and 3rd New Hampshire Regiments were authorized.
May 23 American Revolution: The Provincial Congress of New Jerseycomposed of delegates of the thirteen countiesmet at Trenton. May 24 Second Continental Congress: The Congress elected John Hancock president.
May 27 Battle of Chelsea Creek: British forces came into conflict with colonial militia attempting to remove livestock from Noddle's Island. May 28 Battle of Chelsea Creek: June 12 Battle of Machias: Patriot militia captured a British schooner in the port of Machias, Maine.
June 14 Second Continental Congress: A resolution of the Congress established the Continental Armywhich assumed control of the provincial troops of New HampshireMassachusettsRhode Island and Connecticut and established. June 15 Second Continental Congress: The Congress unanimously chose to appoint George Washington commander-in-chief of the Continental Army.
June 16 Second Continental Congress: June 17 Battle of Bunker Hill: The British army captured the hills surrounding Boston from colonial forces at a disproportionate cost in casualties.
June 20 American Revolution: July 5 Second Continental Congress: The Congress drafted the Olive Branch Petitionexpressing the desire of the Thirteen Colonies to remain British subjects and calling on George III to grant the colonies trade rights equal to those of Britain proper, or relieve them of taxation.
July 6 Second Continental Congress: July 17 Third Virginia Convention: A meeting of the Patriot legislature of Virginia opened in Richmond which would appoint a committee of safety to govern the colony between sessions.
The Culpeper Minutemen and the 1st and 2nd Virginia Regiments were organized.America's History (Explorers to 21st Century) This timeline package encompasses beautiful drawings from Leif Eriksson to the World Trade Center tragedy, covering all 43 presidents and a vast array of events, political acts, inventions, and people of interest in our nation's history!
Includes figures! Includes figures for both volumes of All American History! rows · This is a timeline of United States history, comprising important legal and territorial changes as well as political, social, and economic events in the United States and its predecessor states.
To read about the background to these events, see History of the United States. Infoplease has compiled useful historical information for decades. View this page and select an era for timelines covering significant events in United States history.
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This post describes how to assemble the timeline folders and poster for the Early American History lesson plans. For an introduction to this series please.
's () Explorer Juan Ponce de León of Spain, landed on the coast of Florida () The Spanish settled Saint Augustine, Florida, the first permanent European colony in North America 's () The Native American population was devastated by a smallpox epidemic () The first representative assembly met in Virginia; the first .