War of 1812

War of 1812
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  • The Burning of Washington, D.C. August 1814
  • The battle of Tippecanoe November 7th, 1811
  • The Battle of Fort Meigs April-May 1813
  • Winner: Great Britain Result: the British were able to destroy most of Washington D.C. as revenge for the Americans burning of York (Toronto)
  • The Battle of York, Ontario April, 1813
  • Winner: Native Americans Result: This battle led to the Native Americans joining Great Britain in the war because this battle was unnecessary for the war.
  • The Battle of New Orleans January 1815
  • Winner: Great Britain Result: The British ended their assault and moved on to attack Fort Stephenson.
  • Winner: United States The assault on York ended up leading to the burning of Washington D.C..
  • The war of New Orleans happened after the treaty to end the war was signed and resulted in Andrew Jackson becoming famous and eventually becoming president.
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