War of 1812

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  • James Madison
  • Defiantly!
  • We deserve freedom..again!
  • Exactly!
  • Impressment and Native American Resistance
  • You're coming with me!
  • LEAVE ME ALONE!!
  • Phase 1- Battles in Great Lakes/Canada
  • Get them!!
  • We will win!
  • Not on our watch!
  • James Madison is declaring a war saying that we will use force in order to a worthy free nation to the Congress
  • Phase 2- Burning of Washington D.C and Fort McHenrey
  • The British started capturing US ships and forcing American sailors into their navy, completely messing up US trade. British then allies themselves with the Native Americans and their leader, Tecumseh, while supplying them with guns and weapons.
  • Phase 3- Battle of New Orleans
  • VICTORY!!
  • The war started in 1812 with the American Navy and leader, Oliver Hazard Perry, in Lake Eerie. Harrison then defeats the Natives at the Battle of Thames, killing Tecumseh.
  • Effects of the War
  • No more kidnapping!
  • Era of Good Feelings!
  • The British decided to burn down all of Washington D.C., bringing down the white house. Then, the American Navy descends onto Fort McHenrey. Whilst that was happening, the American flag was still standing dispite all the bombing, thus leading to the inspired song "Star Spangled Banner".
  • OH MY GOODNESS!!
  • AHHHHHH!
  • At this battle, the Americans were outnumbered. Fortunately, Andrew Jackson had enough drive to get the US navy to kill more than 2,000 British soldiers. This was the biggest US victory.
  • In conclusion, the Treaty of Ghent was signed. Little did everyone know that it was signed two weeks before the Battle of New Orleans. Unfortunately, this didn't resolve much but the fighting. Although, it did lead to manufacturing in the US.
  • Manufacturing!
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