Top 10 Most Important Events
The American Revolution: The American Revolution was the war fought between 1775 and 1783 through which 13 of Great Britain's North American .
The American Civil War: We know it was predominantly fought over slavery, but it was also fought by some, just to save and unite the (then not-so) United States.
The Louisiana Purchase: The Louisiana Purchase was more important than you may think.
The September 11 Attacks: We all know the story of the September 11 attacks, or simply 9/11. Unlike the Moon Landing, this event was, is, and always will be viewed with sorrow.
The Moon Landing: This was huge for the United States because the Space Race between the United States and (surprise) Russia was much more important than you may think.
The War of 1812: The War of 1812 was kind of like a second revolutionary war.
The Manhattan Project: It was the code term for the worldwide attempt at being the first nation to make an atomic weapon.
The Great Depression: The Great Depression started a decade commonly referred to as "the dirty '30s," with a stock market crash, causing massive unemployment.
Alaska Purchase: As history has shown us, over and over again, Russia and the United States have a rivalry.
The Completion of the Transcontinental Railroad: May 10, 1869. It's importance was of course the ability to travel quickly across the country.
Teapot: . The tea culture has been around in China spiritually and physically influenced people for thousands of years.