The United States of America is considered a superpower nation amongst others in the world and has a rich history associated with it. Various topics can be written about it.
First and foremost, is the discovery of the U.S in 1492 by Christopher Columbus. Much debate has been raised, with some arguing that it cannot be ruled as a discovery since the island was there and had inhabitants, the Red Indians.
The American Civil War: between 1861 and 1865, a great war occurred between the then two states of the U.S, the North and South. This was as a result of the south withdrawing from the Union formed by the two states due to the issue of slavery becoming unruly.
The Great Depression: took place between the late 1920s and mid-1940s. The whole world went into an economic depression resulting from a collapse in stock prices with the U.S being held responsible since it originated from there.
Creation of the Bill of Rights and U.S Constitution: the bill of rights refers to the first 10 amendments developed to go along with the constitution. One can write on when and why they were formed.
The Civil Rights Movement: took place in the southern part of the U.S in the mid-50s and late 60s. The main aim was to campaign against the racial discrimination and segregation against the blacks that was going on.
Dropping of the Atomic Bomb: U.S will go down the history books for being the first and only country to launch a nuclear attack during the 2nd World War. They were dropped in August 1945 on Japan ending the Pacific War.
How slavery trade and slavery system started: this was mostly helped with the Industrial Revolution that had just started. The U.S needed cheap labor and lots of it hence why slave trade began. One famous one was the Trans-Atlantic trade involving the western part of Africa.
Assassination of leaders: prominent figures in the U.S history such as John Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr., Abraham Lincoln among those that were assassinated in cold blood due to their involvement in wanting a better place for the lives of U.S citizens.
9/11 attacks: the attack on the Twin Towers on September 11th 2001 by terrorists using four hijacked planes is a devastating day in the history of the United States.
Hurricane Katrina: one of the deadliest and most costly hurricanes to ever hit the U.S. happened in 2005 and its effects are still felt to this day.