War Of 1812 Story Board
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Impressment and Native American Resistance
Battles in Great Lakes/Canada
James Madison served from 1808-1816 as our fourth president. He sent a Declaration of War to Congress and was the president during the war of 1812.
Bombardment of Fort Mchenry
The British captured and forced american Sailors into their army, They also arm and ally with the Native Americans. The Natives soon attack the U.S. in the Northwest Territory.
Battle of New Orleans & Andrew Jackson
William Harrison defeats the British in the Battle of Thams. The battle also results in Tecumsehs (Native American Chief) Death which ends the Indian Resistance.
Effects of War
The British have already burned down the original Capital and White House. The U.S. has now have sieged Fort Mchenry and protected it successfully.
The Battle of New Orleans was the United States biggest victory. There were 2,000 British Casualties and only 71 American Casualties. This battle made Andrew Jackson into a war hero.
One Major effect of the War was the Industry and Manufacturing expands due to the lack of trade with Britain during the war.
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