Turning Points Final Exam

Kathy Hernandez

19th Amendment (1920), Jamestown (1607) Mexican-American war (1846-1848)

The 19th amendment was to grant women the right to vote. It was known as the woman suffrage. The 19th amendment was passed in 1920. Before women were giving the right to vote they weren't allowed to vote, have a better education, nor work.

Susana B. Anthony

She along with with Elizabeth Cady Stanton an activist founded the National Woman Suffrage Association in 1869. Anthony would go around the countries giving out speeches. She was arrested and charged for voting illegally in a presidential elections.

Abigail Adams

Abigail was the wife of president John Adams. Abigail was arrest for protesting in front of the white house. She than referred to her husband Mr. President and than told him to Remember the ladies .
Jamestown was the first English settlement in american. 104 settlers came to america looking for gold. Before Jamestown came to be Roanoke was the first town here. Years later they had settled they disappeared only leaving the word "Croatoan". This word was the only thing left carved on a tree.

John Smith

John Smith was married to Pocahontas. He helped Jamestown survive the starvation that seemed to come to them. John Smith told Jamestown who ever didn't work wouldn't eat.

Sir Walter Raleigh

Sir Walter Raleigh was the man who established Roanoke. He was the Queens Elizabeth favorite after serving as in her army.
The Mexican-American war had a lot of violent along with it. Mexico lost half of its original territories. Texas annexed from Mexico in 1845 to later than join America. It was the idea of manifest destiny. With this thought America had the thought of expanding bigger.

Zachary Taylor

Zachary Taylor was the American military leader. He was also known to be the 12th President.

Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna

Santa Anna was the 19th Mexican military officer. Santa Anna was born on February 21,1794 in Mexico. When Texas annexed from Mexico Santa Anna was the leader of the military.

19th Amendment was important...

Tuesday, Jan. 13th, 9pm

North Carolina, United States


I think the 19th amendment was the most important because women gained the right to vote. After years of trying hard to win their right the got it in 1920. Now thanks to that we are able to educate ourselves better and work.