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U.S. History Course 1120 An Overview of Historic Events
Jamestown settlement (1607) ► James River (first successful British Colony )
United States Territorial Acquisitions
Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River
Ellis Island (1902) ► The main Immigration Port during the rise of Industrialization in the United States
World War I ► Allied Soldiers inside of a Trench on the Western Front
Prohibition during the 1920’s ► Raid on Alcohol in a make-ship brewery (Chicago, Illinois)
Japanese Attack Pearl Harbor ► U.S.S. Arizona is obliterated by Japanese bringing the United States into WWII
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ► Influential Speaker during the Civil Rights movement in the United States
Presidential Assassination ► John F. Kennedy moments before his assassination in Dallas, TX
U.S. Reaches the Moon ► Buzz Aldrin on the Moon (photograph taken by Neil Armstrong, 1969)
Reagan Wins by largest margin ever
U.S. mainland is attacked ► September 11, 2001 ( A new age in terror)
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