War of 1812 Storyboard

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  • James Madison as President
  • Thank you very much. I am certainly very happy I have finally become president.
  • You have done it sir, you have done it!
  • British impressment and Native American resistance
  • We must help the British eliminate the Americans
  • You will join the British army because with you and the other captured American soldiers, we will become an unstoppable force!
  • I agree
  • No! Please; I beg of you!
  • Battles in the Great Lakes/Canada
  • James Madison has become president and now everyone is congratulating him.
  • Francis Scott Key and the bombardment of Fort McHenry
  • British soldiers have captured American soldiers to force them into the British army. The Native Americans are convinced by the British to kill the Americans to show dominance to the Americans.
  • Andrew Jackson as a war hero and the Battle of New Orleans
  • The War of 1812 ended up improving American industrialization dramatically. Native American resistance was finally done and leaded to expansion in the U.S.. Power, and respect was gained worldwide which lead to nationalism and pride. The last effect of this war was that the federalists met in New England secretly.
  • This was the first battle of the War of 1812. Oliver Hazard Perry was the war hero of this war.
  • Effects of the War of 1812
  • The British Navy were ordered to destroy Fort McHenry because it was disrupting their journey. Francis Scott Key created the "Star Spangled Banner".
  • Andrew Jackson was the famous war hero of the Battle of New Orleans. The Battle of New Orleans was the last battle of the War of 1812
  • These are the effects of the War of 1812
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