War of 1812


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  • Impressment
  • Your coming with us US sailor
  • Native American Resistance
  • Let us expand westward Native American girl.
  • No. The Native Americans and our friends the British will fight back!!!
  • Phase 1
  • Sailor, its time to go destroy the British Navy.
  • Yes, captain Oliver
  • The British are capturing US sailors and forcing them to work in their navy! This is one reason the US went to war with Britain.
  • Phase 2
  • The Bombs bursting in air...
  • The Native Americans in the west are fighting back. They don't like us going into their homeland. This is one reason the US went to war with Britain.
  • Phase 3
  • The yells calls, Andrew! Andrew! Andrew!
  • The US army faces the British Navy in the great lakes and wins Even when there commander (Oliver Hazard Perry) is commanding in a row boat.
  • War ends
  • This stupid war cost me a lot of money.
  • I know president, James Madison, but at least it started the Industrial revolution.
  • The British Attack the US fort McHenry with canon fire. A Spectator, Francis key, at the seen writes a poem about it that becomes the US national Anthem.
  • The US army lead by the commander Andrew Jackson faced the British even after the war was over. With the help of Andrew, the US won the war with few casualty's and Andrew became a war hero. Later Andrew Jackson became the president of the united states.
  • The war ends in the US's favor though it does not do anything for the US. The spent lots of money on the war and made a few enemy's. The treaty of Ghent Was signed to end the war. The only thing that helped the US is the war started the Industrial revolution because of how isolated the US was when the British blockaded their east coast.
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