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2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhat were the main causes of World War I? Learn about how mutual defense alliances, imperialism, militarism, and nationalism all played a part.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhat were the top causes of the Great Depression in the United States? Here is a list from the stock market crash of 1929 to widespread drought.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere are the top ten New Deal programs created to help deal with the Great Depression. Learn about the key points for each of these major programs.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is a profile of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary whose assassination by Gavrilo Princip led to the outbreak of World War I.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhat was the Great Depression? What does it mean when people use this term? Here are the basics of this important time in America's past.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is a chart of the major inventors and their inventions during the Industrial Revolution that had significant ramifications in America.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhat caused the Civil War? While slavery did have an important part to play, there were other causes that fed the fight between North and South.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWho were the most influential Presidents of the United States, having affected the nation to the greatest extent? This top ten list includes my picks.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZTake A look at the colonial mindset and the actual events that led to the American Revolutionary War that was fought between 1775 to 1783.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is a look at ten of the most significant American inventors during the 19th century including Thomas Edison (phonograph, light bulb, movies etc.)
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThis article provides a brief biographical information about George Washington, the first President of the United States, who served from 1789 to 1797
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZIntroduction to the historical background and important people, events, and inventions of the Industrial Revolution in the United States. Part 1 of 2.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZGeorge Washington was commander of the Continental Army and the first president of the United States, unanimously elected. Here are 10 interesting facts.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThis timeline of the events leading to the American Revolution provides a comprehensive look at the causes of the Revolutionary War.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is a list of the top nine events in chronological order that led to secession and the American Civil War between the Union and Confederacy.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZA natural born U.S. citizen who is at least 35 years old and has lived in the United States for at least 14 years (not necessarily consecutively)
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe cotton gin was invented by Eli Whitney on March 14, 1794. This page looks at the background, historical significance, and interesting facts about the cotton gin.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe 14th amendent was a key amendment in the history of civil rights.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn more about America's fourth president, James Madison, with these ten essential facts. about his life before, during, and after being president.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn more about the effects of the fourteenth amendment through this 14th amendment summary. It answers the question: what is the fourteenth amendment.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThis chart provides a handy guide to the major wars in which Americans fought ranging from the colonial days to the current war in Afghanistan.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZPresidents' Day is celebrated on the third Monday in February. It is officially the federal holiday of Washington's Birthday. Learn about its history.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe Articles of Confederation was the first governmental structure unifying the 13 states after the American Revolution. Learn about why they failed.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZA list of the main compromises by the founding fathers to create the US Constitution, including how each state would be represented in Congress.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn about the life, career and accomplishments of the 26th president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, from early childhood onward.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is a chart showing the order of secession from the Union. South Carolina was first on December 20, 1860. Tennessee was the 11th on June 8,1861
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe government of the United States has three branches, each of which has checks and balances designed to ensure no branch gains too much power.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe sixth US president was the son of the second, and, after his presidency, both served in Congress and defended slave mutineers on the ship Amistad
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is a chart that shows the founding of the thirteen British colonies in North America. Find information about the years settled and founders.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe life and career of the first president of the United States, and Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution.
2017-02-26T11:34:08Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" >South Dakota . The sculpture of four famous
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThis article provides a fast fact overview of President Harry S Truman's time in office as the thirty-third president of the United States.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is a chart showing all of the presidents and vice presidents of the United States along with their party affiliation and dates in office.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is an overview of the US Government that explains the organization of the three branches and their interaction along with six founding principles
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHow many American presidents were assassinated? Find out with this FAQ about the American presidents.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn ten important things that you should know about the life and times of James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn more about the political and contributions of ten women of the White House, from Dolley Madison to Hillary Clinton.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere are ten key things to know about Andrew Johnson. He served as the seventeenth president of the United States. Learn more about his life.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn about James Madison, fourth president of the United States and the Father of the US Constitution who was president during the War of 1812.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere are ten key facts to know about the fourteenth president, Franklin Pierce who served between March 4, 1853 and March 3, 1857.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn more about the 28th president of the United States, Woodrow Wilson from his childhood through his time as president and his retirement.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is a profile of the Constitutional Convention.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZA look at Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, from the Battle of New Orleans to the Indian Removal Act.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZBrief biographical information about the twenty-sixth President of the United States, who was in office from 1901 to 1909.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe life and career of the seventh president of the United States, covering his childhood, his career as soldier, lawyer, legislator, his presidency.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe life and career and accomplishments of the 32nd president of the United States, who led America during the Great Depression and World War II.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe life, career, accomplishments and assassination of the 16th president of the United States, who served during the Civil War.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThere have been eight left-handed presidents that we know of. However, this is not necessarily accurate because in the past left-handedness was discouraged.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZEvery president from William Henry Harrison to John F. Kennedy who was elected in a year ending with a zero was assassinated or died in office.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn all about John Adams, the second president of the United States with these ten interesting facts. Adams served only one term from 1797 to 1801.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZFour United States Presidents have been assassinated, starting with Abraham Lincoln. Six have been the target of assassination attempts. Learn more.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn ten important things that you should know about John F. Kennedy. He served as the thirty-fifth president of the United States.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThis article takes a look at President Thomas Jefferson's motivations and the impact that the Louisiana Purchase had on the developing United States.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZA bulleted list of the thirteen colonies. The list includes colony name, year founded, and the founders of each of the colonies.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn about the impact the Lusitania's sinking as well as the continuation of unrestricted submarine warfare had on America's entry into World War II.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZUse these American History Timelines to find the key events that happened in America's past. This timeline focuses on the years 1651-1675.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn more about the 6th president of the United States, John Quincy Adams from his childhood through his time as president and beyond.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe thirteen British colonies in North America were unique and had their own forms of government. Learn about their governments in this article.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZUse these American History Timelines to find the key events that happened in America's past. This timeline focuses on the years 1626-1650.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZBiographical fast facts and links to more info about United States presidents 1 - 10, from George Washington to John Tyler.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn more about the 17th president of the United States, Andrew Johnson from his early childhood through his presidency to his retirement.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn all about the ten most significant founding fathers of the United States who were part of the American Revolution and the founding of the nation
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZTheodore Roosevelt coined the phrase muckrakers to describe journalists who exposed corruption and injustices in order to change society. Learn more..
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZJames Watt invented the first reliable steam engine in 1775. Learn more about his invention and the importance of the steam engine in the industrial revolution.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe life of the 35th president of the United States, from his early childhood through to his time as president in a period some called Camelot.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn more about the 5th president of the United States, James Monroe including his childhood, career before the presidency, and his time as president
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe life and career of Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third president of the United States.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThis amendment was ratified on February 10, 1967. Its purpose was to clarify presidential succession in case of death, resignation, or disability.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWant to learn more about key Supreme Court decisions? This list of cases provides a look at key decisions of the United States Supreme Court.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZBrief biographical information about Andrew Jackson, the Seventh President of the United States, who served from 1829-1837.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn all about the electoral college, its purpose, and its role in electing US presidents.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZA president of the United States can only be elected to two full terms, and is limited to serving for a total of 10 years in office.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWant to find out where a US President was buried? This lists all the presidents that have passed away with their burial sites.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhich presidents were Republican? Find out which American presidents were Republicans.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere are ten key facts to know about James K. Polk. He served as the eleventh president of the United States between March 4, 1845 and March 3, 1849.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWho was the youngest president of the United States? Find out the answer to this question and more with this presidential FAQ.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn about the concept of federalism and how the United States of America was founded upon this idea.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn about Franklin Pierce, the 14th president of the United States including his childhood, early career, time as president and retirement.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhich presidents were elected without receiving a plurality of the popular vote? In other words, which presidents won without winning the popular vote? Find out the answer with this FAQ about the American presidents.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe US Constitution lists three: at least 30 years of age, a US citizen for at least nine years, and a resident of the state the Senator represents.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThis chart provides a convenient list of the major acronyms that were created through the New Deal Programs along with what they stood for.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhat was the order for ratification of the Constitution? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThis article provides biographical information about about John Adams, the second President of the United States who served from 1797 to 1801.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn more about our sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln with this brief list of fast facts and links to further information.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhat was the Smoot-Hawley Tariff? What effect did it have on the Great Depression? Find out the answer to these and more questions.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhose faces are on Mount Rushmore? Read this FAQ to find out the answer.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn about Franklin D. Roosevelt, the thirty-second president of the United States, with these biographical fast facts about his time as president.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhich presidents were Democrats? Find out which american presidents were Democrats.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere are ten key facts to know about James Buchanan. He would serve as the fifteenth president of the United States from 1857 to 1861.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn ten important things that you should know about Warren G. Harding who was elected the twenty-ninth president of the United States.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThis amendment was passed by Congress on February 27, 1951. It limited the number of terms anyone could serve as president to two.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe 2nd amendent. American History.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere are ten key facts to know about the third president, Thomas Jefferson who served as the third president of the United States from 1801–1809.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZHere is a set of facts about John F Kennedy, the thirty-fifth president of the United States. He served only a short time before being assassinated.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn about what happened in America between 1851-1860. This uncertain period ended in Abraham Lincoln's election and South Carolina's secession.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe 11th president of the United States from his early childhood through his career before the presidency to his time as president and his retirement.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZLearn all about the early development of aircraft for military use in American and its mediocre use by the USA during World War I.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZWhat is the Great Compromise? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZRailroads had a huge impact on the development of America. This article takes a look at the effects of railroads on America.
2017-02-26T11:34:08ZThe life and achievements of the second president of the United States, one of the Founding Fathers of the nation.