War of 1812

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  • President of U.S.
  • I am the president of the U.S.
  • Native American Resistance
  • Phase 1
  • James Madison is the U.S. president during the time of the War of 1812. He leads the U.S. at this war. James Madison was a short guy with a big brain. He always had ideas because he was always working and thinking. Madison has always wanted a strong and powerful government.
  • Phase 2
  • The Native Americans were resisting to the Americans. They were resisting to the Americans because they fought us and they allied with British. Tecumseh was the Native American chief who wanted to fight the Americans. Tecumseh organized Native Americans in the Northwest Territory to fight the Americans.
  • Phase 3
  • Oliver Hazard Perry was taking command for the U.S. navy. The U.S. navy and the British fought for 2 hours. Perry's ship was sunk, but he got on another boat and destroyed the British ships. This battle was soon called the Battle of Thames. Now the British weren't a threat in the Northwest.
  • Effect of the War
  • Oliver Hazard Perry was taking command for the U.S. navy. The U.S. navy and the British fought for 2 hours. Perry's ship was sunk, but he got on another boat and destroyed the British ships. This battle was soon called the Battle of Thames. Now the British weren't a threat in the Northwest.
  • The British attacked New Orleans so the U.S. wouldn't be able to have access to the Mississippi River. Andrew Jackson was then sent to command the American forces. After that war Andrew Jackson was considered a hero to all the Americans across the colonies.
  • After this war it increased patriotism. This war weakened the Native American resistance to westward settlement. The U.S. manufacturing grew and it began the Industrial Revolution. The American heroes of the war war were Andrew Jackson, William Henry Harrison, and Commander Perry.
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