Yahoo Search Búsqueda en la Web

  1. Cerca de 2.500.000 resultados de búsqueda
  1. July–September. July – Pike's Peak Gold Rush begins in the Colorado Territory. July 1 – The first intercollegiate baseball game is played, between Amherst and Williams Colleges. August 27 – Edwin Drake drills the first oil well in the United States, near Titusville, Pennsylvania, starting the Pennsylvanian oil rush.

  2. This section of the Timeline of United States history concerns events from 1820 to 1859 . Contents 1 1820s 1.1 Presidency of James Monroe 1.2 Presidency of John Quincy Adams 1.3 Presidency of Andrew Jackson 2 1830s 2.1 Presidency of Martin Van Buren 3 1840s 3.1 Presidency of William Henry Harrison 3.2 Presidency of John Tyler

  3. 02/11/2017 · Nov 2 American abolitionist John Brown found guilty of murder, inciting slaves to revolt, and treason against the Virginia Territory during his raid of Harpers Ferry Armory, and sentenced to hang Nov 12 Jules Leotard performs 1st Flying Trapeze circus act (Paris) He also designed garment that bears his name

  4. About the history of the United States in 1859, Oregon becomes a state, John Brown leads an attack on Harpers Ferry, the country moves closer to Civil War. 1859. --Harriet Beecher Stowe accepted an invitation to dine at the Atlantic Club on the stipulation that no wine be served. --Ad in a Richmond, Va., paper offered $25,000 for the heads of a ...

    • 1860s
    • 1870s
    • 1880s
    • 1890s
    • See Also
    • External Links

    Presidency of James Buchanan

    1. April 3, 1860 – Pony Expressbegins. 2. November 6 – 1860 United States presidential election: Abraham Lincoln elected president and Hannibal Hamlinvice president with only 39% of the vote in a four man race. 3. December 18 – Crittenden Compromisefails. 4. December 20 – President Buchananfires his cabinet. 5. December 20 – South Carolinasecedes from the Union 6. January 9, 1861 – Secessionist forces in South Carolina fire at the USS Star of the West, forcing it to withdraw. 7. January 9 – M...

    Presidency of Abraham Lincoln

    1. 1861 – Lincoln becomes the 16th President; and Hamlin, Vice President 2. 1861 – American Civil War begins at Fort Sumter 3. 1861 – First Battle of Bull Run(First Battle of Manassas) 4. 1861 – Davis unanimously elected to full term as Confederate president. 5. 1862 – Battle of Hampton Roads(Battle of the Monitor and Merrimack; first ever naval battle between iron-sided ships) 6. 1862 – Homestead Act 7. 1862 – Morrill Land-Grant Colleges Act 8. 1862 – Gen. Robert E. Lee placed in command of...

    Presidency of Andrew Johnson

    1. April 15, 1865 – President Abraham Lincoln assassinated; Vice President Andrew Johnsonbecomes the 17th President 2. April–June 1865 – American Civil Warends as the last elements of the Confederacy surrender 3. 1865 – Ku Klux Klanfounded 4. 1866 – Civil Rights Act of 1866 5. 1866 - Tennesseebecomes the first Confederate state readmitted to the union 6. 1867 – Tenure of Office Actenacted 7. 1867 – Territory of Alaskapurchased from the Russian Empire 8. 1867 - The US Annexes the Midway Island...

    1870 – 15th Amendment
    1870 – First graduate programs (at Yale and Harvard)
    1870 – Black Codes
    1870 - Virginia, Mississippi, Texas, and Georgiaare readmitted to the union
    1880 – University of Southern Californiafounded
    1880 – U.S. populationexceeds 50 million
    1880 – U.S. presidential election, 1880: James A. Garfield elected president and Chester A. Arthurvice president. Their popular margin is less than 2,000 votes.
    1890 – Sherman Antitrust Act
    1890 – Jacob Riis published "How the Other Half Lives"
    1890 – Sherman Silver Purchase Act
    1890 – McKinley Tariff