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  1. 1916 – 1916 United States presidential election: Wilson and Marshall reelected by a mere 3,773 votes in California; 1916 – Germany agrees to restrict submarine warfare; 1916 – The Great Migration begins; 1917 – Zimmermann Telegram; 1917 – President Wilson and Vice President Marshall begin second terms; 1917 – U.S. enters World War I

  2. History of the United States (1945–1964) History of the United States (1964–1980) Timeline of 1960s counterculture; References. Kutler, Stanley L., ed. Encyclopedia of the United States in the Twentieth Century (4 vol, 1996) Morris, Richard, ed. Encyclopedia of American History (7th ed. 1996) Schlesinger Jr., Arthur M. The Almanac Of ...

  3. United States Timeline BCE. 5000 - Small tribal peoples develop across the United States. 1000 - The Woodland period begins including the Adena culture and the Hopewell peoples. CE. 1000 - The Mississippian culture develops along the Mississippi River and the Ohio River. These people are known for building large mounds which can still be seen ...

  4. History of the United States (1789–1849) Timeline of the American Revolution; Further reading 1790s. Phillips, James Duncan. When Salem sailed the seven seas—in the 1790s. New York, Newcomen Society of England, American Branch, 1946. Flexner, James Thomas. "The scope of painting in the 1790s." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography ...

  5. The president of the United States is the head of state and head of government of the United States, indirectly elected to a four-year term via the Electoral College. The officeholder leads the executive branch of the federal government and is the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces.

  6. Joseph P. Clancy was appointed as the 24th Director of the United States Secret Service on February 18, 2015. 2017. Randolph D. “Tex” Alles was appointed as the 25th Director of the United States Secret Service on April 25, 2017. 2019. James M. Murray was appointed as the 26th Director of the Service.

  7. World War I (1914–1918) devastated Europe and created new countries. The years that followed saw the continent struggle to recover from the death or injury of tens of millions of soldiers and civilians, as well as catastrophic damage to property and industry. In 1933, over 9 million Jews lived in ...

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