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ImpCon 8th History

Important Years

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Jamestown founded off the coast of present day Virginia; first permanent English settlement in North America. 1607
Plymouth is founded in present day Massachusetts by the Pilgrims; Sign the Mayflower Compact. 1620
The year we declared independence from England; United States is created and the Declaration of Independence is written on July 4th. 1776
Founding Fathers meet in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Constitutional Convention. Our current Constitution is written. 1787
The Louisiana Territory is purchased from France by President Thomas Jefferson; doubled the size of the United States. 1803
The American Civil War is fought between the North and South. 1861--1865
Created by: Debra R