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Battle of Detroit
Death Of Tecumseh
Before the start of the war, Britain was still acting as if they had complete control over the United States still, and the United States had enough. Britain attempted to restrict the United States' trade countless times, imprisoned countless sailors, and made agreements with the Native Americans to make Americans their enemies. Congress declared war on Britain and wanted to redeem their pride.
The battle of Detroit was the first battle in the war, led by General William Hull. When the Americans encountered the British, they felt there was going to be a massacre by the Native Americans, and surrendered to the British, making it a decisive victory.
Before his death, Tecumseh had talked with the Creek in the Mississippi Territory about making an agreement and forming a confederation to fight the United States. After his death, the hope for such a confederation ended.
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