Daily Archives: May 29, 2018

1812 – On the Eighteenth day of June, in 1812, the United States declares war on Great Britain. 1812 – On the Twenty-second day of June, in 1812, a mob of Baltimore, in the State of Maryland, destroyed the printing offices of an anti-war newspaper. 1812 – On the Twelfth […]

War of 1812 (1812-1815)

The Mexican American War lasted from 1846 to 1848.  Just like in any war, some people are wounded and some people die. We hope, this section of the genealogy site will help you, in your quest to find out more about your family tree. 1845 – On the Fourth day […]

Mexican War (1846-1848)

The French and Indian War 1753 to 1765 1753 – George Washington Travels to Fort LeBoeuf to deliver a message asking the French to leave the Ohio River Valley. He returns to Williamsburg, Virginia, with the French reply. They refused to leave. 1754 – In the Spring, the French built […]

French and Indian War (1755-1763)

1610 – Anglo- Powhatan Wars, on one side the English Colonist. On the other side Powhatan Confederacy. the War ended in 1646, with the Treaty of Middle Plantation. 1634 – On the Fifteenth day of December, the Pequot War began. It ended in 1638. Those at war: The Massachusetts Bay […]

American Colonial Wars (1607-1775)

1788 – On the Thirtieth day of April, in 1789. George Washington was elected the first United States President. He was born in 1732. George Washington served as the commanding General, in the American Revolution. He died in 1799. He served two four year terms as President, from the Thirtieth of April, […]

American Timeline (1783-Present)

This section includes the dates and events of the American Revolution. We hope this site will help you in your genealogy journey. 1774 – On the first day of September, in 1774, with war looking more possible, in the State of Massachusetts, the British troops came to take all the […]

American Revolution (1775-1783)

1860 – On the 27 day of December, the United States flag was raised over Fort Sumter, as South Carolina Troops occupy Charleston forts. 1861 – On the 2 day of January, South Carolina troops seized the old Fort Johnson, in Charleston Harbor. 1861 – On the 3 day of […]

American Civil War (1861-1865)