The War of 1812

The War of 1812
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  • The burning of Washington D.C. - August 1814
  • The battle of Tippecanoe - November 1811
  • The battle of Fort Meigs - April-May 1813
  • Winner: Great Britain Result: The British were able to destroy most of Washington D.C. 
  • The battle of York - April 1813
  • Winner: United States Result:  This prompted Tecumseh to ally his remaining men with Great Britain, where they would play an big role in the British military success in the Great Lakes region in the years to come.
  • The battle of Bladensburg - August 1814
  • Winner: United States Result:  Tecumseh allied his remaining forces with Great Britain during the War of 1812, where they played an integral role in the British military success in the Great Lakes region in the coming years.
  • Winner: United States Result: The battle did very little to either side's dominant control over the Canadian waters, but the easy win boosted America's confidence.
  • Winner: Great Britain Result: With the loss of Bladensburg and the destruction of Washington D.C. , American morale was down.
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