Impressment and Native American Resistance and Causes of War of 1812

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  • James Madison declares war against Britain
  • I am fed up with the British Attacks! We will show how strong America has become!
  • I will tell Congress.
  • Phase 1 Great Lakes/Canada
  • Don't mess with me, I'm Dangerous.
  • Phase 2 Francis Scott Key and the Bombardment of Fort McHenry
  • OOoohh say can you see...
  • In 1812, James Madison asked Congress to approve a war with Britain because of impressment and attacks on U.S. ships. Britain had announced that they would stop attacking U.S. ships but it was already too late.
  • Andrew Jackson and The Battle of New Orleans
  • Treaty of Ghent
  • Between 1812-1814, the war against Britain fought mostly by the navy. Oliver Hazard Perry was in command of the U.S. Navy and destroyed the British on Lake Eerie.
  • I hope we will be friends in the future.
  • Francis Scott Key watched the bombing of Ft. McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland. While the British and the Americans were fighting, Francis wrote the song "Star Spangeled Banner" soon to be our national anthem. The British also blockaded the White House and set it o fire.
  • Industrial Revolution
  • The British attacked New Orleans to cut off American use of the Mississippi. James Madison sent Andrew Jackson to command the American forces in 1815. American casualties=71 British casualties= 2,000
  • The Battle of New Orleans made Andrew Jackson a hero. Slow mail form Europe had delayed news that the war had actually ended two weeks for the Battle of New Orleans. The Treaty of Ghent ended the War of 1812.
  • The Industrial Revolution was after the War of 1812. This led to more work and more people from other countires to work with.
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