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 Last updated March, 2005.
Categories are general with over-lapping jurisdictions.
1801 Pres. Thomas Jefferson is the 3rd President of the U.S.
1803 State Ohio is the 17th state admitted to the Union. Ohio became the first state west of the Alleghenies.
1804 Rights "Black Laws" restricting the legal rights of free blacks are passed by the Ohio legislature.
1805 Pres. President Thomas Jefferson begins a second term as President.
1808 Rights "The federal law prohibiting the importation of African slaves goes into effect, though it is largely circumvented.
1809 Pres. James Madison becomes the 4th President.
1812 War The War of 1812 begins.
1812 State Louisiana is admitted to the Union as the 18th state.
1813 Pres. James Madison begins his second term as President.
1815 War The War of 1812 ends.         © Copyright 2005 Roger W Hancock 
1816 State Indiana became the 19th state of the Union.
1817 Pres. James Monroe becomes the 5th President of the United States.
1817 State Mississippi joined the Union on Dec. 10, 1817 to become the 20th state.
1818 War General Andrew Jackson defeats a force of Native Indian and Black Americans ending the first Seminole War.
1818 State - Illinois becomes the 21st state of the United States in 1818.
1819 State Alabama becomes the 22nd state on December 14. 
1820 State Maine is the 23rd state admitted to the Union.
1821 State Missouri is admitting as the 24th state of the Union.
1821 Pres. James Monroe begins his second term as President of the United States.
1822 First Joseph Marion Hernández Is the first Hispanic to serve in Congress (1822).  He was also the first Delegate from the territory of Florida.
1822 Rights Denmark Vesey is betrayed and hung in Charleston, South Carolina for conspiring to organize an uprising of 5,000 blacks.
1824 Lit. Liberia is established by freed American slaves.
1825 Pres. John Quincy Adams is inaugurated in 1825 becoming the 6th American President and serves until 1829.
1828 Politics Workingman’s Party is founded in Philadelphia.
1829 Pres. The 7th President of the U. S. is Andrew Jackson.
1829 Rights Martin Luther King, Jr. was born in 1929.
1830 Rights The National Negro Convention convened in on September 20th in Philadelphia for  the purpose of abolishing slavery.
1831 Rights The leader of a Virginia slave revolt, Nat Turner, was hanged.
1833 Pres. President Andrew Jackson begins his second term as President.
1835 History In Philadelphia the U.S. Liberty Bell cracks while tolling for Chief Justice John Marshall's death, on July 8th.
1836 State Arkansas becomes the 25th state, June 15, 1836
1836 Politics The Equal Rights Party is formed. 
1837 Politics The Whig Party opens a national convention in Harrisburg, PA on December 4th.  William Henry Harrison is nominated for president.
1837 Pres. Martin Van Buren serves as the 8th President of the United States.
1837 Politics The Whig Party opens a national convention in Harrisburg, PA on December 4th.  William Henry Harrison is nominated for president.
1837 State Michigan is admitted to the Union in 1837 as the 26th state 
1841 Pres. William Henry Harrison becomes the 9th President.
1841 Pres. John Tyler is the 10th President of the United States.
1845 Pres. James K. Polk becomes the 11th President of the U. S.
1845 State - Florida became the 27th state admitted to the Union.      © Copyright 2005 Roger W Hancock 
- Texas is the 28th state admitted to the Union.
1846 History The Liberty Bell tolls for the last time on Feb, 23, in celebration of George Washington's birthday. Since 1817 a hairline fracture developed, and failed attempts to repair it results in the crack.
1846 State Iowa becomes the 29th state of the Union to be the first free state in the old Louisiana Territory.
1848 State Wisconsin becomes the nation's 30th state.
1849 Pres. Zachary Taylor becomes the 12th President.
1849 Rights Harriet Tubman escapes slavery. As a conductor of the Underground Railroad she would make at least twenty trips to free over 300 slaves.
1850 Pres. Millard Fillmore, the 13th U.S. President, serves from 1850 to 1853. Fillmore was a Whig.
1850 Rights Slavery is confined to the South with the Compromise of 1850. 
1850 State California is the 31st state admitted to the Union in 1850.
1851 Politics Rights Sojourner Truth addresses the first Black Women's Rights Convention. 
1853 Pres. Franklin Pierce is the 14th President.
1853 Politics Rights Harriet Tubman began working on the Underground Railroad.
1856 Politics - The Republican Party opens its first national convention on June 17, 1856, in Philadelphia.
- Democrat James Buchanan is elected president defeating John C. Fremont, the first Republican Party presidential candidate.
1857 Pres. James Buchanan serves as the 15th President of the United States.
1857 Rights The Dred Scott decision of the Supreme Court denied that blacks were citizens effectively reversing the Missouri compromise, allowing slavery in all territories.
1858 State Minnesota is the 32nd state admitted to the Union on May 11.
1859 State Oregon is admitted to the union as the 33rd state.  It is the first state admitted with an exclusion law written into the state constitution. Slavery is not allowed.
1861 Pres. Abraham Lincoln begins serving as the 16th President.
1861 State Kansas becomes the 34th state on January 29
1861 War - The War between the state begins.
- The first Confederate flag is flown in Montgomery, Alabama; the Stars and Bars.
1862 Rights Blacks are allowed to enlist in the Union. Previous Black units were disbanded as unofficial. Over 186,000 blacks served with 38,000 of them dieing during the war.
1863 Rights The National Women's Loyal League gathered 400,000 signatures on a petition for a constitutional amendment to abolish slavery.         © Copyright 2005 Roger W Hancock 
1863 State West Virginia is the 35th state admitted to the Union in 1863
1863 Rights The The Emancipation Proclamation frees slaves in those states rebelling against the United States.
1864 State Nevada is granted statehood on October 31 to become the 36th state.
1865 War Robert E. Lee surrenders on April 9. The Civil War ends.
1865 Pres. President Abraham Lincoln begins his second term as President of the United States
1865 Rights The Thirteenth Amendment is passed by Congress outlawing slavery.
1865 Pres. The 17th President of the United States is Andrew Johnson.
1866 Rights Edward G. Walker and Charles L. Mitchell are the first blacks to hold office in an American legislature (Massachusetts).
1867 Rights Fourteenth amendment is passed.  Congress, defines citizens as "male." 
1867 State Nebraska joined the Union as the 37th state on March 1.
1868 Rights - Fourteenth amendment is ratified. This Amendment defines "citizens" and "voters" as "male." Blacks become citizens of the United States.
- The South Carolina House becomes the first and only legislature to have a black majority. 87 blacks to 40 whites. Whites controlled the Senate and regained majority in the House in 1874.
- Fifteenth amendment passes Congress, allowing black men the vote. It outlawed denying the right to vote.
1869 Pres. Ulysses Simpson Grant is the 18th President of the United States.
1870 Rights Vote Fifteenth amendment is ratified “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.” By its text, women are not specifically excluded from or included in the vote.
1870 First The first Black American to hold a major judicial position is Jonathan Jasper Wright who was elected to the South Carolina Supreme Court.         © Copyright 2005 Roger W Hancock 
- Senator Hiram R. Revels, a minister from Natchez, Mississippi, is the first black senator in American history.
1871 First PBS Pinchback becomes America's first Black lieutenant governor when he becomes the Lieutenant governor of Louisiana.
1872 Rights The Equal Pay for Equal Work bill is introduced in Congress but does not come to passage.
- Education Amendments prohibit sex discrimination in education programs that receive federal funding.
- Around 500 Confederate leaders are excluded from an Amnesty Act that restores civil rights to the citizens of the South.
1872 Politics The National Labor Reform Party is founded.
1873 Pres. Ulysses Simpson Grant begins his second term as U. S. President.
1874 First Blanche Kelso Bruce elected to a full six-year term in the U.S. Senate by the Mississippi legislature becoming the first Black to serve a full term.
1875 Rights Congress passes a Civil Rights Bill banning discrimination in places of public accommodation. It is over turned by the Supreme Court 1883.
1876 Politics - The Workingman’s Party is founded, The Workingman's Party is predecessor to the Socialist Party.
- The Greenback Party is formed.   
1876 State  Colorado is admitted to Union as the 38th State. 
1877 Pres. Rutherford B. Hayes begins his term as the 19th President of the U. S.
1878 Politics - The Socialist Labor party is founded.
- The Greenback Labor Party is founded.
1878 Vote A Women's Voting Amendment is introduced in the United States Congress but does not pass.
1879 Rights Belva Lockwood became the first woman to try a case before the Supreme Court, after it was allowed by special Congressional legislation.
1880 Politics - James A. Garfield wins the nomination on the 36th ballot at the Republican Convention.
- Garfield runs against the democratic nominee General Winfield Scott Hancock, a Civil War General.
1881 Pres. James A. Garfield is the 20th President of the United State of America in 1881.
1881 Pres. Chester A. Arthur serves from 1881 to 1885 as America's 21st President. President Arthur is one of five presidents not to have been inaugurated. He was administered the oath of office at his home in Washington D.C. the day after the death of President Garfield. Arthur was a Republican.
1882 History New York City Celebrates the first Labor Day.
1884 First John R. Lynch is the first Black to preside over a national convention of a major U. S. political party serving as temporary chairman to the Republican Convention of 1884.
1885 Pres. Grover Cleveland becomes the 22nd president.
1887  Vote The US Constitutional Convention gives the states the right to set voting qualifications.  Women lose the right to vote in all states except New Jersey.
1887 First Susanna Medora Salter of Argonia, Kansas becomes the first woman mayor in the United States.
1889 Pres. Benjamin Harrison is the 23rd United States President.
1889 State - North Dakota becomes the 39th State of the Union on November 2nd, 1889. President Harrison signed the concealed bill not knowing which of the South and North Dakota's he was making a state first.
- South Dakota becomes the 40th State of the Union on November 2nd, 1889.
- Montana becomes the 41st State of the Union on November 8th, 1889.
- Washington becomes the 42nd State of the Union on November 11th, 1889.
1890 State - Idaho becomes the 45th state of the union on July 3, 1890.
- Wyoming was made the 44th state admitted to the Union even though its population did not quite qualify it for statehood.
1891 Politics The People’s Party is founded.         © Copyright 2005 Roger W Hancock 
1893 Pres. President Grover Cleveland starts his second term as President of the United States.
1896 State Utah is the 45th state admitted to the Union.
1897 Pres. William McKinley is the 25th President.
1898 First Estelle Reel held the position of Superintendent of Indian Schools from 1898 to 1910. Reel was the first woman nominated to federal service that required Senate ratification.
1898 War Cuba is occupied by the United States.
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