War Of 1812 Elliott Crunk


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  • Battles of the Great Lakes And Canada
  • Fort McHenry
  • Andrew Jackson & battle of New Orleans
  • Many of the War Hawks thought that it would be easy to take Canada However almost all the battles there would lost. The situation in the Great Lakes was also, until Oliver Hazard Perry won a battle there and captured several Ships.
  • Causes of the war of 1812
  • To Attack Baltimore the British lay siege to to Fort Mc Henry However they only attacked with mortars and rockets because they did not want to get in range of the forts Guns. A lawyer names Francis Scott Key wrote the national Anthem the Star Spangled Banner. The american Fort Survived the British Bombardment.
  • James Madison
  • oh hello Madison. Madison, yes a national bank is necessary to finance a war with Britain.
  • Jackson had his hand cut by a british officer earlier in his life. He lead his forces to protect New Orleans and Repealed the British forces at minimal Casualties. His war hero states would allow him to become president, Later on.
  • Post War of 1812
  • Now we don't have to worry about lack of trade.
  • The British thought that there navy officers were deserting and going to American shipping so they started Impressing(kidnapping) american sailors and making them fight in the war. The British also gave guns to the Native Americans which made the frontier unsafe
  • you are ours!
  • Declared war on Britain known as the war of 1812. This was caused by numerous causal factors. He opposed the national bank but eventually understood its purposes and signed in the second
  • Because the British blockaded Cities in the north people started making their own goods. In factories. This is called the industrial Revolution in America.
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