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Before the war erupted on June 18, 1812, the British and some Native American tribes had agreed to work with each other. British had supported Native American hostility against the U.S.
On August 24, 1814, British troops set fire to the White House.
The First Lady, Dolley Madison rushed into the burning White House to save a portrait of George Washington.
Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics for the national anthem while watching the bombardment of bunker hill from sea.
The treaty of Ghent was signed on the 24 of December. The war would end on March 23, 1815.
The National Anthem was created in the war of 1812. It would later be declared the National Anthem on March 4, 1931.
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