War of 1812

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  • Mr.President Madison
  • I was elected to office in 1808 and stayed until 1816
  • Causes of the War
  • Alliance
  • Battle in The Great Lakes
  • Continue to FIGHT!!
  • James Madison repeapled the Embargo act and passed the non-intercourse act, refusing trade with Britain and France so they may not take our seamen. I also declare the war of 1812 by asking congress for a declaration of war.
  • Francis Skott Key & Fort Henry
  • James Madison
  • FIRE!!!
  • Tecumsah was the leader of many Native Americans and had made a deal with Britain to fight with them against the American army in return for their land stolen from them. The British had been attacking American. This is known as the Impressment.
  • Andrew Jackson
  • Tecumsah!
  • Many of the 1812 War battles were fought by the Navy. Comodore Perry an Admiral took control of the Navy in the Great lakes, he fought in both the first and last battle. He almost died, but continued to fight on a row boat. He became a hero for the U.S.
  • Effects of the War
  • We need to industrialize!
  • During the battle of Fort Mchenry, an author named Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner. He was inspired from the battle occuring near him. In the song he describes the battle and what he witnessed at Fort Mchenry.
  • And the rockets red glare!!!
  • Andrew Jackson led the American army to battle against Britain. This was the last battle of the war occuring after the peace treaty. America won with only 71 casualties and 2000 killed British. Along with Tecumsah. He is now known as a great hero.
  • The war created an Industrial Revolution, with the blockade of the North they couldn't import goods making the U.s. create things. Another effect is Patrionism and Nationalism.
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