Enlightenment (Religion was translated from Latin to various languages so that all could read the word)
Mini 'Ice age' (1400-1850)
Cascadia Earthquake (1700)Magnitude 9 in the Pacific Northwest causeda tsunami that hit Japan
England and Scotland ('07) pass 'Act of Union' creating Kingdom of Great Britain
Mount Fuji (1707) erupts in Japan
Famine (1708-'09) kill's 1/3 of East Prussia'spopulation (caused by Peter the Great to control the peasants)
Great Frost (1709) coldest winter in over 500 years
New Orlean's (1718) founded by the French
The Pirate 'Black Beard' is killed (1718) off of North Carolina
Great Plague of Marseille (1720-'21) Bubonic Plague kills 100,000 in France
Russia becomes the dominant power ('21)which was Sweden
Drapier's Letters (1722-'25) start the Irish independent movement from England
Anglo-Spanish War (1727-'29)
First Great awakening (1730-'60) Religion comes to the masses
Famine (1738-'56) across 'Sahel' 1/2 the population of 'Timbuktu' die
Eminenti Apostolatus Specula (1738) Pope Clement XII prohibits Catholic's from becoming 'Freemason's'
Famine (1740-'41) in Ireland kills 10% of the population
Immensa Pastorum Principis (1741) issued by Pope Benedict XIV against Slavery
Peak of the Mini Ice Age (1750)
French and Indian War (1754-'63) 'North American' chapter of the 7yr war between France and England
Seven Year's War (1756-'63) fought among the European powers
King George III (1760) becomes King of Britain
Stamp Act (1765) introduced to the American Colonies
Famine (1770-'71) kills hundred's of thousand's in the Czech Republic
Plague Riot (1771) in Moscow
First Water powered Mill (1771) is built in Cromford England by Richard Arkwright
East India 'Tea' Company (1773) start's operation's to smuggle Opium to China (England's attempt to control the Chinese)
American Revolution (1770-1783)
Illuminati (1776) founded by Adam Weishaupt, freethinkers like the freemason's only they were desists.
Declaration of Independence (July 4th, 1776) Penned and sent to King George III
Los Angeles founded (1781) by Spanish settlers
Treaty of Paris (1783) Formally end's the American Revolution
Northwest Indian War's (1785-'95) United States against Native American's
U. S. Constitution(1787) worked on, agreed to and written in Philadelphia.
U.S. Constitution Ratified (1788) New Hampshire is the ninth state to ratify the Constitution making it offical
French Revolution (1789-'99)
New York Stock Exchange founded (1792)
Largest Yellow Fever epidemic (1793) in American history kills 5,000 in Philadelphia, first known black doctor (Richard Allen) in America help to cure fellow American's
Jay's Treaty (1794) between U.S. and Britain gives the Great Lakes outpost's to the U.S. and open's trade between the two countries.
Pinckney's Treaty (1795) Between United States and Spain gives U.S. Mississippi Territory
First Smallpox Vaccination (1796) administered by Edward Jenner starting the end of the 400,000 Europeans that died each year of the 1700's
Irish Rebellion (1798) Failed to remove British rule in Ireland
This doesn't even include the inventions of the time. This the 18th century started what is known as the 5000 year 'leap'
Some of these inventions and discoveries, not all by far, are: the Piano, tuning fork, steam engine, diving bell, rubber, steel, lightning rod, the spinning Jenny (started the industrial revolution), Nitrous Oxide, Oxygen, Steamboat, Circular saw, Photosynthesis, Bifocals, oil lamp, power loom and many many more...
A lot of things were happening in the 1700 hundreds. The Americans were going through a revolution and the french were going through a revolution.
History, our past, does not change. However, every new day we add to history by doing new things.
Because it gives us more information by which to interpret things that have happened more recently.
There are many things that have happened on this date in history. A noted event was when indians signed something like a treaty in the state of New York on this date.?æ
to learn from the mistakes of the past thus wont repeat them
studying history helps us to know about our ancestors and the very important incidents like world war. we should know about the things happened in the past before we are born so by studying history we can know that.
what happened in the 1700s
There are SO many things/events that happened in the 1700s. The French and Indian War happened, and lots of other things I don't know or care about. Kay? Dummy....Lol JK
in alaska what happened in the 1700s
they sended the to a colony
the costaga wagon was made by Germans in the 1700s
the took a dump
because theirn poor
i think that the world history class is one
Two important things people can learn from studying history is the grest triumphs of the past and the things that happened long ago that to not repeat again.