war of 1812

war of 1812
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  • The Burning of Washington D.C- Agust 1814
  • Fort Meigs-Ohio-April 9th-May 3rd, 1813
  • Tippecanoe - Indiana - November 7th, 1811
  • winner-Great Britain  result- the British where able to destroy Washington as revenge for the Americans burning York.
  • Battle: York - Ontario - April 27th, 1813
  • winner-United States American troops successfully defended the fort, however, and the British decided to abandon their siege and move on to Fort Stephenson.
  • Fort McHenry - Maryland - September 13th, 1814
  • winner-United States The defeat at Tippecanoe prompted Tecumseh to ally his remaining forces with Great Britain during the War of 1812, where they would play an integral role in the British military success in the Great Lakes region in the coming years.
  • winner-United States  The battle did little to advance either side’s dominant control of Canadian waters, but the easy victory boosted American morale, fueling the fire for continued attempts at expansion into Canada.
  • winner-United States The British embarked their troops and set sail for New Orleans, their defeat at Baltimore would be a major factor in both sides reaching a peace agreement later that year.
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