10 Most Remarkable Events in US History

Many such events have taken place in American history which do not only shook the people living in America, but they also left a significant impact on people living in the rest of the world. Some events were terrifying, some were good, and some were extremely bad. List of some remarkable events in the history of US has been stated below.

1. Death Of Abraham Lincoln

Death of Abraham Lincoln surely left everyone grief-stricken. This was the most dreadful day for Americans because their great leader was shot at the back of his head by a man named Booth. Even a school kid living in America knows about Lincoln’s assassination. Lincoln’s death clearly states that even after the war ends, the ill will between nations do not. And at times, that ill will or hatred takes the life of other people.

2. Off To The Moon

Yes! America was indeed the first country which has a privilege of securing this great title. Neil Armstrong was the first American who landed on the moon, all thanks to NASA. He landed on the moon in the Apollo 11 shuttle. This event indeed advanced space researches and knowledge.

3. Civil War In America

This war was not against another country; this war was between the states of America. This was decided much of that country into different parts. Like North and South. This war took place in 1861 and is surely a very important historical event in the history of the US.

4. Pearl Harbor Attack

Pearl Harbor was actually a military base which was situated in Hawaii. On 7th December 1941, it was attacked brutally by aircrafts. These aircrafts crashed right into the ships which were present over there at that time, wrecking them up and doing a major loss. This event even marked the beginning of World War 2. In this attack, there was huge financial loss and even 2000 lives of military officers were lost. It was truly a very sad historical event in the US.

5. 9-11 Incident

This is one of those events in the history of the US that not only the natives of the US but even people living outside the US could never ever forget. It was one of the major attacks which have had ever took place, taking so many lives along. The famous World Trade Center Tower was hit by a plane, hundred of people were in there at that time. It was a breathtaking event, which saddened almost the whole world.

6. Barak Obama, As The First African President Of America

November 28th was the day when Barak Obama was elected as the president of America. Obama is still the president of US and he’s the first-ever African-American president.

7. Death Of President John F. Kennedy

President Kennedy was traveling in the backseat of his official government car, with his wife when a guy named Harvey Lee shot him in the head. Even his murdered was shot after he got arrested by the cops. This event was truly a very sad and upsetting event, over which everyone mourns for quite a long period of time.

8. Bill Of Right

Bill of rights became part of the American constitution in the year 1791. This bill actually had the first 10 changes and rights of the people of the US. In the very same year, this bill of signed and added in the American constitution.

9. Declaration Of Independence

This was the day when America itself announced it’s independence from Britain by creating the ‘declaration of independence’. On this very day, America got rid of Britain sovereignty.

10. America Discovered

Last but not least, this list won’t be completed without mentioning one of the most remarkable events in the whole history of the US. That is, the discovery of America! America was discovered on 12th September 1492 by Columbus. Columbus was sailing around the world in his ship when he discovered America.

Aaric Hale

Aaric Hale is a writer whose expertise includes an array of topics across several industries—having done several articles on science, history, and the latest trends. Interested in the act of learning itself, he tries to keep his mind busy with exploring histories, global news, and about the world. Aaric Hale also wants to contribute to the popularization of science and communicate ideas across the globe.