what important historical event happend between the 1400s and 1600s?
The French Revolution
No. A "thing" cannot be an "event". What might be a historical event is the construction of the Statue of Liberty, or the shipping of the statue across the Atlantic, or the acceptance of the gift from the people of France.
The main historical event was in France, where 1794 witnessed the fall and execution of Robbespierre and the end of the period known as 'the reign of terror'.
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...the Civil War?
franch people became mad
The difference between 'historic' and 'historical' is that Historic refers to something "important," while Historical refers to something that relates to the past.
France being removed from North America
The Industrial Revolution
Between 1861 and 1865 the United States Civil War was fought. It was the bloodiest war in United States history.
Columbus discovered America.
An account of a historical event by someone who witnessed the event.
Louisiana Purchase refers to this huge territory in North America that the Americans bought off from France. This was done in the year 1803 in which the US offered 15 million dollars.
the formation of the united states,in 1776
it was between France and Indian
The French Revolution against King Louis XVI and his 'ancien régime'.
The Taj Mahal is most definetly a historical event
The founding of Jamestown in her backyard and the start of the colonies in America.
the statue of liberty was a gift from france,then they gave it to america and it went into new york.And then it was celebrated/event for freedom
Well for starters WWII was a pretty huge historical event. The Cold War was a pretty significant event too. Those are the two biggest I can think of just off the top of my head.
an account of a historical event by someone who witnessed the event
A dramatization of a historical event