United States History II, Technology Project #2, 1876-1900

Timeline created by EricaMO
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    The Battle of the Little Bighorn

    The Battle of the Little Bighorn was the Battle which marked the strength of Native Americans because of their strong stand and their winning against the American military.
  • Great Compromise of 1877

    The Great Compromise of 1877 was used during the presidential elections in the year 1876. In order for Rutherford Hayes to win the fierce elections, Democrats fought to have power once again over the Southern States. This Compromise was also called to be "Great Betrayal" because Republicans were accepting that in this case, they were not fighting for African American rights anymore.
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    Rutherford B. Hayes

    Rutherford B. Hayes was the 19th U.S. president in history. He was the president that ended the Reconstruction.
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    Nez Perce War Indian War

    The Nez Perce War Indian War was one of the battles where the tribe of Nez Perce fought with the American Army. What was significant of this war was that many Indians from this tribe were eventually put into Indian Reservations.
  • Great Railroad Strike

    Great Railroad Strike
    The Great Railroad Strike were a series of strikes done by wage workers in opposition of their low wages. They were also fighting to have better working conditions. Even though they did not win these strikes, they certainly showed the states that the workers wouldn't be silent for much longer. They would sooner or later fight for their rights.
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    James A. Garfield

    James A. Garfield was the 20th president in the United States. However, his term in this position ended shortly due to his assassination the same year, six months and a half after his election.
  • Immigration Act 1882

    Immigration Act 1882
    The Immigration Act was the act whose main ideal was to exclude and remove all of the poor immigrants coming to the states that did not have the power to support themselves economically due to illnesses, criminal records, and people who had mental problems.
  • Dawes Act 1887

    The Dawes act of 1887 allowed the president of the United States to divide the land that Native Americans had and give it to the individual Native Americans, in this way proclaiming them as individuals.
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    Benjamin Harrison

    Benjamin Harrison was the was the 23rd president of the United States. He was known for being part of the Whig Party
  • Wounded Knee Massacre

    Wounded Knee Massacre
    This Massacre killed many people of the Lakota tribe. Women and children were also killed at this event by soldiers of the United States military.