Social Studies America vs. Britain

Social Studies America vs. Britain

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  • Unprepared for war
  • America
  • Britain
  • Battle of lake Erie 1813
  • Battle of Horseshoe Bend 1814
  • America
  • Creeks
  • The United States of America were lacking soldiers and were not ready to start a war. Also, the soldiers were poorly trained.
  • White House burned August 1814
  • The United States navy had three of the fastest warships in lake Erie. The commander of the U.S Navy, Oliver Perry formed a fleet and took lake Erie back from Britain. In a brutal battle were Perry's ships were destroyed, America had come out on top and took lake Erie.
  • Treaty of Ghent December 1814
  • Andrew Jackson led the United States. More than 550 creek people died in this battle. Tecumseh died and the Creeks had to give up most of their land to the U.S
  • Battle of New Orleans January  1815
  • Britain sailed into Chesapeake bay and launched an attack on Washington D.C. British troops overpowered american militias.
  • Britain
  • American Militias
  • American and British representatives met in Ghent to sign a peace treaty.
  • Britain
  • It is a deal
  • United States
  • Jackson and the U.S obliterated Great Britain. America was prepared this time. To protect American interests they made a list of proposed amendments.
  • we are prepared this time, Britain isn't that great after all
  • We lost
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