19th century in the United States


19th century in the United States

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The '19th century in United States history' refers to the period in the United States from 1801 through 1900 in the Gregorian calendar.

Events

Early 19th century (1801-1849)

*Jeffersonian democracy
*Louisiana Purchase
*War of 1812
*Era of Good Feelings
*Second Great Awakening
*Jacksonian democracy
*Trail of Tears
*Seminole Wars
*Nullification Crisis
*Mexican-American War

Mid 19th century (1849-1865)

*Wilmot Proviso
*California Gold Rush
*Compromise of 1850
*Abolitionism
*Kansas Nebraska Act
*Bleeding Kansas
*Lincoln-Douglas debates of 1858
*American Civil War (1861–1865)

Late 19th century (1865-1900)

*Reconstruction era of the United States
*Indian Wars
*Panic of 1873
*Gilded Age
*Populism
*Banana Wars
*Spanish-American War
*New Imperialism
*Progressive Era

Significant people

*Susan B. Anthony
*William Jennings Bryan
*Henry Clay
*Grover Cleveland
*Jefferson Davis
*Stephen A. Douglas
*Thomas Edison
*Ralph Waldo Emerson
*Ulysses S. Grant
*Horace Greeley
*Nathaniel Hawthorne
*Andrew Jackson
*Thomas Jefferson
*Robert E. Lee
*Abraham Lincoln
*Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
*James Madison
*Herman Melville
*James Monroe
*J. P. Morgan
*John Muir
*John D. Rockefeller
*Elizabeth Cady Stanton
*Henry David Thoreau
*Daniel Webster

Inventions, discoveries, introductions

Decades and years


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