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  1. Feb 13, 2015 · Offers a chronological timeline of important dates, events, and milestones in United States history. This is a timeline of United States history, comprising most legal and territorial changes and political events in the United States and its predecessor states.

  2. U.S. History Primary Source Timeline. Explore important topics and moments in U.S. history through historical primary sources from the Library of Congress. Colonial Settlement, 1600s - 1763; The American Revolution, 1763 - 1783; The New Nation, 1783 - 1815; National Expansion and Reform, 1815 - 1880; Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877

  3. The following outline is provided as an overview of and a topical guide to the history of the United States . By period. Prehistory of the United States. History of the United States. Pre-Columbian era. Colonial history of the United States. 1776–1789. 1789–1815. 1815–1849. 1849–1865. 1865–1918. 1918–1945. 1945–1964. 1964–1980. 1980–1991. 1991–2008

  4. Aug 12, 2019 · Explore the history of the key people, dates, and events in the timeline of the birth of a new nation - the United States of America. Skip to content History Cooperative

  5. Jan 20, 2021 · United States profile - Timeline. 20 January 2021. A chronology of key events: 1565 - First permanent European settlement in North America - St Augustine, present-day Florida - founded by the...

  6. Jan 18, 2022 · U.S. History Timeline. Updated January 18, 2022 | Infoplease Staff. The defining moments of American history. U.S. History is short in the grand scheme of things, but there's still a whole lot for any one person to keep straight. We've thrown together a timeline with some of the biggest highlights.

  7. Colonial America to 1763. The European background. The English colonization of North America was but one chapter in the larger story of European expansion throughout the globe. The Portuguese, beginning with a voyage to Porto Santo off the coast of West Africa in 1418, were the first Europeans to promote overseas exploration and colonization.

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