War of 1812

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  • Native American Resistance
  • We shall not align with the Americans, but with the British in Canada!! We must prepare to fight the Americans!
  • Impressment
  • I James Madison, would like to request for approval, war with Britain. They have not kept true to our agreement of no impressment!!
  • Hmmmmm...
  • Phase One
  • This battle is not over just because my ship has sank! See, I still have my trusty row boat!
  • Tecumseh, the Native American chief, organizes the Natives in the Northwest Territory to fight against the Americans. All the while they decide to alogn themselves withe the British in Canada.
  • Phase Two
  • In 1812, James Madison, the president at the time, requested to the Congress, a declaration of war with Britain. All this due to the fact that Britain would not stop attacking American ships.
  • Phase Three
  • Blockade the Mississippi!!! And make sure to blockade all the U.S. ports.
  • Between the time 1812-1814, most of the war was fought by the Navy. Oliver Hazard Perry (left) took command in Lake Eerie. Perry and the British fought for two hours until Perry's ship sank. Perry proceeded to jump into a row boat and fight off the British!!
  • Effects of the War of 1812
  • After the British defeated Napolean in 1814, Britain put all its energy and time into defeating the United States. The British blocked the coast and set fire to the White House. Around the same time Francis Scott Key wrote "The Star Spangled Banner". During the bombardment of Ft. McHenry.
  • Set fire to the White House!!!
  • The British attacked New Orleans to cut off the American use of the Mississippi. James Madison sent Andrew Jackson, war hero, to command the American forces in 1815.
  • The effects of the War of 1812 included; increasing American Patriotism, the making of war heroes Andrew Jackson, William Henry Harrison, and Commodore Perry. Also, weakened the Native American resistance to westward settlement. Finally, U.S. manufacturing grew, beginning the Industrial Revolution
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