Turning Points Final Exam

Jose Martinez

9/11

9/11/2001

the day of September 11th 2001 was a tragic day in the history of America. Due to terrorist attacks the world trade center towers were both destroyed along with other world trade center building. The pentagon was also hit and thanks to some brave heroics from some passengers on one of the four planes one that was targeted at Washington DC was crashed into a field near shanksville Pennsylvania. 9/11 was a turning point in history because it caused a shock to the world and many citizens would be outraged that such an attack could happen on domestic soil.

George Walker Bush

43rd president of the United States was in office during the tragic events of 9/11

he made a speech shortly after he received word of the attack he stayed calm and collected and did not want to spread panic he held himself and the rest of the U.S. together when it could have been so easily torn apart

Osama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden

founder of al-Qaeda, the militant organization that claimed responsibility for the September 11 attacks on the United States

although initially denying allegations to the attacks Osama bin laden later claimed to be responsible for leading the attack in 2004

19th Amendment

The 19th amendment

The 19th amendment was a long overdue process in which women would fight for die for and go trough many lengths to gain the rights that they deserved. the push for women to vote was not a new concept in the 1900's. the 1848 Seneca falls convention is one of the more well known events in history that shows the push for women's suffrage. the addition of a 19th Amendment was a turning point in history because with almost twice the amount of voters there was more diversity in votes and that would bring about many things that may have not if women were not allowed to vote.

Harry T. Burn

was a member of the Tennessee General Assembly for McMinn County, Tennessee. Burn became the youngest member of the state legislature when he was elected at the age of twenty-two. He is best remembered for action taken to ratify the Nineteenth Amendment during his first term in the legislature.

Albert H Roberts

American politician, educator, and jurist. He served as Governor of Tennessee from 1919 to 1921, having previously served as a state court judge and as principal of the Alpine Institute. He is best remembered for calling the special session of the Tennessee General Assembly that ratified the 19th Amendment

Mexican American War

The Mexican American War

Manifest destiny was always in the minds of American settlers especially so when it came to taking over land so the could reach from sea to sea. American territorial expansion to the pacific coast was the goal of James K. Polk this came to fruition trough the Mexican American war, However the war was highly controversial in the united states many elements strongly opposed and the political aftermath of the war raised issues in the united states that point to the civil war

Antonio López de Santa Anna

a Mexican politician and general who greatly influenced early Mexican politics and government. Santa Anna first opposed the movement for Mexican independence from Spain, but then fought in support of it. Though not the first caudillo (military leader) of modern Mexico

General Zachary Taylor

General Zachary Taylor commanded the northern campaign in the Mexican American War and later became the twelfth president of the United States. President Polk ordered General Taylor to approach the Rio Grande after the U.S. annexed Texas in late 1845.

Mexican American War

Saturday, April 25th 1846 at 12am

New Mexico, Texas, California, mexico city, northern, central and eastern mexico

I believe the Mexican American war was one of the more important turning points because It can be directly linked as a cause of the civil war with all the disputes that it caused on slavery and imperialism and all the opposition it received in the states It helped spur a lot of movements and made issues that already existed more pronounced