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THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

Even if the United States emerged as an independent country after 1776 and was recognized in 1783. So the history of these lands is deeper than that. It is not known for certain that the first people settled on the American continent thousands of years ago. How Native Americans First Settled

In these regions, one theory says that people migrated from Eurasia 30,000 years ago across a land bridge called Beringia that connected Siberia to North America. It continued until the end when an ice age ended and the land bridge sank into the rising sea. 

The early inhabitants were now called Paleoamericans. Over time they migrated deeper into the Americas and they formed tribes and nations. They created interesting civilizations by promoting their own culture among the cultures here. and Mississippian culture But another part of today’s United States has an interesting and varied a patriot’s history of the United States.

 The land that Hawaii talks about was not settled until the 1st century AD when local development began with the settlement of Polynesian peoples between the 15th and 10th centuries. Century European colonization began in 1492 with a Spanish expedition led by the Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, who traveled west to find a new trade route to the Far East.

 But he landed in what would become known to Europeans as the New World. In the following decades, more and more ships sailed west to establish colonies and trading posts. Using islands such as Hispaniola as bases to build their American empire, they expanded the colonies established by France in eastern North America, several Caribbean islands, and small coastal areas to the south. America Portugal Colonized Brazil The eastern seaboard was primarily settled by English colonists in the 17th century, with small numbers of Dutch and Swedish.

 The first successful English colony, Jamestown, was established on the James River in Virginia in 1607 when a new wave of settlers arrived. In the late 17th century and established commercial agriculture based on tobacco. Although there was some conflict between Native Americans and English settlers, the colonies were able to expand rapidly and more than one settler in each of the 13 American colonies. Most people had a slightly different government structure. A colony was ruled by a governor appointed from London. This governor controlled the administration and, until the 18th century, relied on a locally elected legislature to tax and make laws.

Land and food supply

 Land and food supplies attracted a heavy flow of immigrants to tobacco  Rice plantations imported African slaves from the British colonies in the West Indies for labor, and by the 1770s African slaves accounted for one-fifth of the American population on the question of independence from Britain until the colonists were handed over to the French and Spanish powers. British military assistance was not needed against the French and Indian War was an event arising from the political development of the colonies, it was also part of the Seven Years’ War, Britain defeated the French forces and France lost. The war was expensive in their colonies and territories in Canada and Louisiana and Britain needed money. Got it

that they should tax Americans who were not represented in it The colonists refused to pay taxes as tensions rose in the late 1760s and early 1770s, chanting no taxation without representation and The Boston Tea Party in 1773 marked the beginning of the revolution it took place in the town of Boston to protest against. A new tax on tea in the Parliament followed immediate retaliation the following year, stripping Massachusetts of its historic right to self-government and placing it under military rule, which sparked outrage and resistance among the leaders of all 13 colonies. gave birth The Continental Congress called for a boycott of British trade to coordinate its resistance, the Congress published a list of rights and grievances and petitioned the king for redress of grievances that were not about independence at the time.

 But this appeal had no effect and so the Second Continental Congress was formed in 1775 to organize the defense of the colonies against the British army. Declared as the American Revolutionary War in 1783 the United States of America captured the British invasion force at Saratoga in 1777 and secured the Northeast and brought the French into Spain and the Netherlands to form a military alliance with the United States of France. encouraged and thus balanced the military and naval forces on each side as Britain had no allied general. George Washington was an excellent manager and administrator who worked successfully with Congress and state governors to select and guide his senior officers who supported and trained his troops and maintained an ideal republican army. So the American Revolution was successful

 And at the Peace of Paris of 1783 they were freed. It was recognized and even the former colonies gained more than they expected when westward expansion began to include Amerindian lands west of the Appalachian Mountains, a treaty signed by United States President Thomas Jefferson in 1803. . He purchased the Louisiana Territory from early French diplomats. Only New Orleans and, if possible, the west bank of the Mississippi River were allowed to be spent on the purchase of France, but the French government demanded that the entire Louisiana territory be sold for an additional $5 million. 

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The president approved the treaty, and in the mid-19th century the United States doubled its size, and in 1845 some Texas was meeting to join the Union, and after the war against the Mexican Empire, the United States took important lands. And in 1861 it will go even further. Abraham Lincoln elected some states from the South The Confederacy invaded the rest The Southern Rebellion in 1860 was caused by a dispute over the enslavement of black people The leadership of the United States Abraham Lincoln supported the abolition of slavery in all territories and In April 1861, war broke out.

When secessionist forces attack Fort Sumter in South Carolina after a four-year war, the Union wins and the Confederates are defeated. More and more industries were created. And in 1898 the infrastructure was also attacked. The US is having a Spanish war. Began even though the US was neutral due to German attacks on American ships and the US joined the Allies due to the intention to turn Mexico against us. Until the Great Depression began. This incident of 1929 shook the world

and laid the foundation on which World War II would begin, on December 7, 1941, the United States joined the Allies after the Empire of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor by Americans. provided him with supplies. The Soviet Union’s armored cars won the war in the Pacific with motorcycles, equipment, food, etc. and came close to the Japanese mainland, and after D-Day in Europe in 1944, the Americans made a huge impact and ended the war helping the Allies greatly. 

The United States and the Soviet Union emerged as rival superpowers in World War II after Germany dropped two atomic bombs on Hiroshima in May 1945 and Japan dropped two atomic bombs on Nagasaki in September 1945, a period known as the Cold War. Goes which was encountered between the two countries. Proxy wars, including the Korean and Vietnam wars, and propaganda campaigns aimed at preventing the spread of Communism indirectly led to a worldwide arms race in the 1960s, with waves of civil rights movements giving Africans voting rights and And started the freedom of movement. The end of the Cold War between Americans and other ethnic minorities

 After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the United States focused on modern conflicts in the Middle East. The beginning of the 21st century saw the 2001 September 11 attacks by al-Qaeda. This was followed by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in 2008, after which the United States faced its worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Thanks again to our sponsor, by accessing the link below in the description Don’t forget to check out and thank you so much to our amazing supporters on Patreon, subscribe to our channel and hit the bell button to learn more about our incredible history and see you in the next episode.

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