The war of 1812


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  • James Madison for President!
  • I promise to be the best fourth president for the United States
  • The Plotting of the British
  • Oh No! The British are attacking us!
  • Let's board the U.S. ship so that we can takes their sailors and use them in our navy!
  • The Fight From Within
  • Arrrrrggg!
  • Lake Eerie
  • James Madison was the fourth president of the United States. He served from 1808 through 1816. During the war of 1812, James Madison asked for a declaration of war from Congress.
  • Bombs Bursting in Air
  • The British enlisted the help of the Native Americans and gave them guns to fight with. The British also captured american sailors, who were headed to trade with other countries, and then turned them into soldiers for their navy.
  • The After War Party
  • Oliver Hazard Perry was the commander of the U.S. navy during the battle of Lake Eerie. The U.S. won over the British at this battle. Down the road, Tecumseh, the Chief of the Indians, was killed, possibly, by William Henry Harrison, at the battle of Thames.
  • Industry and Democratic-Republicans Rule
  • Federalists
  • The British tried to capture Fort McHenry but after a while of it under siege, the U.S. still had control. Francis Scott Key, a nearby war prisoner, saw the U.S. flag waving and wrote our national anthem due to it.
  • Andrew Jackson annihilated the British with the British having 2,000 casualties and the U.S. only having 71 at the battle of New Orleans. This was the biggest victory of the war of 1812. Just before this battle occurred, the two sides decided to stop fighting. Word did not reach Jackson until after.
  • Attack!!!
  • After the war, many things changed. one was that due to the fact that we were no longer trading with the British, our manufacturing and industry grew. There were also no More Native Americans in the Ohio river Valley. America gained respect globally, and a sense of nationalism swept the nation. Finally, the Federalists all but diapered for years due to trying to succeed from the nation.
  • Respect
  • Nationalism
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