War of 1812 Storyboard

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  • James Madison as President
  • Impressment and Native American Resistance
  • How many more American soldiers have we captured?
  • We've got about 250 more soldiers for our navy now.
  • Battles in the Great Lakes and Canada
  • James Madison was the 4th president of the United States. He served from 1809-1817. He asked Congress to declare war.
  • Francis Scott Key and the Bombardment of Fort McHenry
  • Along with Impressment, the Native Americans had allied with the British against the U.S. The British suppled the Indians with guns and Tecumseh was the leader.
  • Andrew Jakcson as a War Hero and the Battle of New Orleans
  • I am Andrew Jackson, war hero! Go Ammeeerrriicccccaa!!!!!
  • Oliver H. Perry was our navy commander at Lake Eerie. William Henry Harrison defeated the British at the Battle of Thames. Also, Tecumseh's death ended the Native American's alliance with the British.
  • Effects of the War of 1812
  • The same towels for a cheaper price! How great is this!
  • The British marched in and burned down the whole city, including the White House. The British also siege Fort McHenry, but 13,000 militiamen keep it up. Francis Scott Key also wrote the Star Spangled Banner.
  • Andrew Jackson was known as a war hero for what happened at the Battle of New Orleans. The British were on lower ground than the Americans, so Andrew Jackson and his soldiers fired from above. There were 2,000 British casualties and 71 American casualties.
  • The Industrial Revolution - an outcome of the War of 1812. America started making their own goods, because they weren't trading with other countries after the embargo. This made the industry and manufacturing in America way stronger.
  • This tea is great, right? Yea, and way cheaper than Britain's. They're building another factory across town.
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