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  • As war raged on between Napoleonic France and Great Britain, British authorities passed the Orders in Council. This required neutral countries (e.g. the U.S.) to gain permission and licensure to trade with France. This outraged American merchants, who relied heavily on foreign trade. This was even more particularly true in New England.
  • 1807 - BRITAIN PASSES THE ORDERS IN COUNCIL
  • We want new Orleans port back!
  • Yeah who are we going to trade to now.
  • Upending the unpopular Embargo Act from Jefferson's presidency, the Non-Intercourse Act called for a specific prohibition of trade with Great Britain or France. However, it too was met with opposition and, in fact, hurt American trade. It was quickly replaced with another trade bill in May of 1810. The impressment of U.S. ships continued as well.
  • For the reasons of war I am setting a embargo act with France and Britain
  • 1809 - U.S. APPLIES NON-INTERCOURSE ACT
  • Who to trade to now? I don't like this.
  • Why dot he french get discount on all stock for trading
  • In place of the Non-Intercourse Act, the U.S. initiated a trade bill that called for continued trade with whichever country would drop trade restrictions. It also called for resumed embargo against the opposing country. Ultimately, the U.S. continued trade with France, and restricted British trade. This created further tensions.
  • Smiths Gun Store.
  • 1810 - U.S. INITIATES TRADE RESTRICTIONS
  • The embargo act is gone but I guess they still don't trust Britain.
  • In the fall of 1811, Indiana Territorial Governor William Henry Harrison, a future U.S. president, led a successful attack against the native Shawnee tribe. The Shawnee saw this as an example of why Britain should support their cause in fighting America. It also served as precedent to believe Britain was arming and inciting attacks on American settlers.
  • Surrender now!
  • 1810 - BATTLE OF TIPPECANOE
  • Never!!
  • As tensions rose, and attacks on American settlers in the West and Northwest Territory increased, politicians and citizens alike became divided over the idea of war. The "War Hawks" of the South and West pushed for war, as they were most affected. New England Federalists opposed war, as trade, critical to their economy, would be crippled.
  • So settlers are getting mad in the south and east, why?
  • 1812 - DIVISIONS INCREASE IN THE U.S.
  • Well there have been attacks on them from native Americans many want war
  • As pressure increased from the War Hawks, President James Madison finally declared war on Britain on June 18th, 1812. However, Madison and those supporting war severely underestimated how out-manned, and out-gunned they would be against the British Empire. Almost immediately, they suffered a humiliating defeat at Detroit on August 16th, 18
  • hmmm that deosnt seem good hopefully it doesnt last long!
  • 1812 - Madison Declares War on Britain
  • Did you guys here about the war/ the war hawks made it happen
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