Published: Fri, 30 Sep 2016 11:11:10 +0000
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat were the main causes of World War I? Learn about how mutual defense alliances, imperialism, militarism, and nationalism all played a part.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZA 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)
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe Articles of Confederation was the first governmental structure unifying the 13 states after the American Revolution. Learn about why they failed.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere is a chart that shows the founding of the thirteen British colonies in North America. Find information about the years settled and founders.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZA list of the main compromises by the founding fathers to create the US Constitution, including how each state would be represented in Congress.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn about the nature of colonial governments in the thirteen colonies.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZTake A look at the colonial mindset and the actual events that led to the American Revolutionary War that was fought between 1775 to 1783.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere is a chart of the major inventors and their inventions during the Industrial Revolution that had significant ramifications in America.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZA 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the effects of the fourteenth amendment through this 14th amendment summary. It answers the question: what is the fourteenth amendment.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the colony of New Jersey including its significance and important people.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe government of the United States has three branches, each of which has checks and balances designed to ensure no branch gains too much power.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn about the founding and the significance of the Massachusetts colony in colonial America. Also learn about its role in the American Revolution.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat were the characteristics of the New England colonies? Learn about the major characteristics of New England during the American colonial era.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the Georgia colony.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWho were the most influential Presidents of the United States, having affected the nation to the greatest extent? This top ten list includes my picks.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat is the Great Compromise? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZIntroduction to the historical background and important people, events, and inventions of the Industrial Revolution in the United States. Part 1 of 2.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the Delaware colony which was founded in 1638 as New Sweden, and was later part of New Netherland before being claimed by the British
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThis timeline of the events leading to the American Revolution provides a comprehensive look at the causes of the Revolutionary War.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThis chart provides a handy guide to the major wars in which Americans fought ranging from the colonial days to the current war in Afghanistan.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the New York colony. This colony, founded in 1664, was the location of the Albany Congress, the first attempt to unite the colonies.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the Virginia Colony founded by the London Company in colonial America. It started as Jamestown in 1607 before becoming a royal colony
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the North Carolina colony which was founded 1663 by eight Lord Proprietors who were recognized by King Charles II of England.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZFounded in 1623 by John Mason, New Hampshire was a planned colony.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZA period of individual spiritual awakening in colonial New England. Learn more about the history, the individuals involved, and its significance.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn 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
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere are pictures of each of the presidents of the United States.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere is a chart showing all of the presidents and vice presidents of the United States along with their party affiliation and dates in office.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the Rhode Island colony.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about America's fourth president, James Madison, with these ten essential facts. about his life before, during, and after being president.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the Maryland colony which was founded in 1634 by Lord Baltimore as a haven for Roman Catholics escaping anti-Catholic persecution.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWant to find out about Colonial America? Here is an overview of the thirteen colonies and the important differences between the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the South Carolina colony.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the Connecticut colony which was founded in 1635/1636, one of America's thirteen colonies.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn about the life, career and accomplishments of the 26th president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, from early childhood onward.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat is the order of presidential succession? When was it created? Find out with this quick overview.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe idea of the social contract, the state only exists to serve the will of the people, is one of the foundations of the American political system.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhich 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the colony of Pennsylvania founded by William Penn including its significance and important people.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThere have been eight left-handed presidents that we know of. However, this is not necessarily accurate because in the past left-handedness was discouraged.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHow many American presidents were assassinated? Find out with this FAQ about the American presidents.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZCurrently,there are nine Supreme Court justices on the United States Supreme Court.The number of justices is set by Congress and has varied from five to 10.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZA bulleted list of the thirteen colonies. The list includes colony name, year founded, and the founders of each of the colonies.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere is a look at ten of the most significant American inventors during the 19th century including Thomas Edison (phonograph, light bulb, movies etc.)
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn more about the political and contributions of ten women of the White House, from Dolley Madison to Hillary Clinton.
2016-09-30T11:11:10Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" >South Dakota . The sculpture of four famous
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere is a list of the top 10 presidential scandals that occurred while a president was either running for office or serving as the president.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhich presidents were Democrats? Find out which american presidents were Democrats.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThis article takes a look at President Thomas Jefferson's motivations and the impact that the Louisiana Purchase had on the developing United States.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWho was the youngest president of the United States? Find out the answer to this question and more with this presidential FAQ.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZTheodore Roosevelt coined the phrase muckrakers to describe journalists who exposed corruption and injustices in order to change society. Learn more..
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat are the requirements to become a Supreme Court justice? Read this faq to find out the answer.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZEvery 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere 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
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhich presidents were Republican? Find out which American presidents were Republicans.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe 2nd amendent. American History.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe life, career, accomplishments and assassination of the 16th president of the United States, who served during the Civil War.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat is the necessary and proper clause? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat presidential elections have been the most significant? Here is a list of the top ten presidential elections in American History.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThis U.S. Supreme Court case established the precedent of Judicial Review - the ability of the Judiciary Branch to declare a law unconstitutional.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere is an overview of the US Government that explains the organization of the three branches and their interaction along with six founding principles
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZRailroads had a huge impact on the development of America. This article takes a look at the effects of railroads on America.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe 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
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZFour United States Presidents have been assassinated, starting with Abraham Lincoln. Six have been the target of assassination attempts. Learn more.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhy is the Magna Carta so important to the founding of the United States of America? Learn about the history and significance of this key document.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe Battle of Gettysburg resulted in 51,000 casualties, the most during the Civil War. The second bloodiest was the Battle of Chickamauga.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZUse these American History Timelines to find the key events that happened in America's past. This timeline focuses on the years 1626-1650.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZBiographical fast facts and links to more info about United States presidents 1 - 10, from George Washington to John Tyler.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZJames 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere is a timeline that shows the exploration of North America by Europeans between 1492 and 1600.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat was the order for ratification of the Constitution? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere are ten key things to know about Andrew Johnson and his time as president.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZCheck out these six picks for the best Civil War dramatic movies ever made. From Glory to Shenandoah, these films capture different aspects of the war
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZProfile of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary whose death led to World War I.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere are six essential facts you should know about the early settlement in Jamestown, Va., from its founding to the removal of its royal charter.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe US Constitution states that once confirmed by the Senate, a justice serves for life. However, they may retire if they wish. They can also be impeached.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZA specific trading pattern that existed in Colonial New England, which shipped rum to Africa for slaves that were then sold for molasses in the West Indies.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZTheodore Roosevelt created the Bull Moose (Progressive) Party when he was denied the Republican Party's nomination for president in 1912.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWho was the oldest person to serve as president of the United States? Read this FAQ to find out the answer.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZBoth Lord Baltimores, first George and then Cecil Calvert, were the founders of the Maryland colony. They founded it as a place of religious tolerance. The Calverts were Catholics which resulted in their insistence of the separation of church and state and religious tolerance in the colony. Learn more about Lord Baltimore with this biographical sketch.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZGeorge Washington was commander of the Continental Army and the first president of the United States, unanimously elected. Here are 10 interesting facts.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZUse these American History Timelines to find the key events that happened in America's past. This timeline focuses on the years 1601-1625.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZA look at Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, from the Battle of New Orleans to the Indian Removal Act.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHow many amendments have been added to the Constitution? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHere 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.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZWhat does the Constitution say about slavery? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZLearn about Benjamin Franklin's life and his significance as a scientist, writer, politician, elder statesmen, and diplomat in the history of America.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThis chart lists the dates on which each state was admitted into the United States.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZPlessy v Ferguson was a Supreme Court decision that upheld the separate but equal doctrine. Learn more about this key court case with this profile.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe Mayflower Compact was the primitive Constitution agreed to aboard the Mayflower in 1620. Learn more about this important document.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZThe Compromise of 1850 was a group of five bills that were intended to stave off sectional strife that would eventually lead to the United States Civil War.
2016-09-30T11:11:10ZHow many presidents died while serving as chief executive of the United States? Find out with this FAQ about the American Presidents.