War of 1812

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  • James Madison
  • I'll do my best, everyone!
  • Impressment and Resistance
  • THanks for the guns, British Commander. Now we can protect our land.
  • SHUT UP AMERICAN SCUM!!!!!!!!
  • I wanna go home!
  • Battles in the Great Lakes
  • Oh no! They sunk our ship! All we have is this rowboat!
  • We will win, or my name isn't Oliver Hazard Perry!
  • James Madison was the 4th president, he was happy to uphold the policy of neutrality until 1812, which was when he asked for a declaration of war.
  • Francis scott key/fort mchenry
  • Our flag's still there! AMERICA!
  • British Navy would intercept American ships leaving to trade, and they would force the american sailors to serve the British Navy. They also supplied Native Americans with guns to attack the Americans with.
  • Andrew Jackson/ battle of new orleans
  • It was nothing, they didn't stand a chance!
  • Jackson, you're amazing!
  • The navies fought at Lake Eerie and the Thames, we won both times. Perry took a row boat after his ship was sunk and used it to row to another American ship and fight. The leader of Native American forces, Tecumseh, was also killed, thus ending resistance.
  • effects on industry
  • Wow! The industry sure is growing!
  • I know a great store for pre-made goods.
  • The fort McHenry had been under attack for a long period of time, yet the American flag still flew. Francis Scott Key, a POW being held on a british ship, saw the flag. The sight inspired him to write a song called "The Star Spangled Banner".
  • The british and American governments decided to stop fighting, but that news didn't reach New Orleans in time. Andrew Jackson, and his men, killed many of the british with only minimal cuasalties.
  • We stopped trading with England, which meant that all the manufactured goods they produced were not available. This caused the American industries to grow in order to provide the manufactured goods.
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