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DescriptionName of Monarch, Governor, or President
Bleeding Kansas, Dred Scott, South Carolina Breaks Away
Inauguration set precedent for procedure after a presidential death, Annexed Texas
Blamed for Panic of 1837
Intensely religious Puritan, Served as Lord Protector of the UK from 1653-1658
Whiskey Rebellion, Bill of Rights, Hamilton's Economic Plan, Jay's & Pickney's Treaty, Neutrality Proclamation, Farewell Address
Leader of Jamestown, Saved colony from early devastation
War of the Spanish Succession/[Name]'s War
Oregon Treaty, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark, Embargo Act
Spoil System, Nullification Crisis, Indian Removal Act, Trail of Tears, Force Act, Destroys US Bank
British colonization of the Americas began, Granted charter to Virginia Company, Gunpowder Plot
After the Glorious Revolution
Restoration, Capture of New Amsterdam
Governor of Plymouth Colony, Mayflower Compact
Kansas Nebraska Act, Open Japan
Moved to reduce colonial autonomy, Created Dominion of New England, Forced to flee during Glorious Revolution
DescriptionName of Monarch, Governor, or President
Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 'City Upon a Hill'
Dies in a month, first Whig, defeats Tecumseh (Battle of Tippecanoe)
Drake, Spanish Armada
Compromise of 1850 (against it, passes when he dies)
Civil War, Emancipation Proclamation
Governor and founder of Georgia
[Name] Doctrine, Era of Good Feelings, American System
Passes compromise of 1850, Sends out Matthew Perry (Japan)
Battle against French for domination in North America (Ohio Valley) in [Name]'s War
Non Intercourse Act, Tecumseh-Tippecanoe, Chesapeake Affair, War of 1812
Powers of the monarchy diminished into the hands of Walpole and Townshend, Rise of Benign Neglect
XYZ Affair, Quasi War, Alien and Sedition Acts
Corrupt Bargain, lost to Andrew Jackson in 1828
Governor of Virginia, Bacon's Rebellion
Defeat in 1645 in English Civil War, Refused demands for a constitutional monarchy

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