War Of 1812

War Of 1812

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  • James Madison
  • James Madison was the 4th president of the United States in 1808 to 1816.
  • Impressment & Native American
  • The United States took on the greatest war of history. It was the beginning of an era of partisan agreement and national pride.
  • Phase 1- Battle in Great Lakes/Canada
  • In the war of 1812, The Great Lakes constituted a middle ground and was at the same time the place of interaction with the power seeking to control this heartland - the Inited States and the British Empire.
  • Phase 2- Francis Scott Key and the Bombardment of Fort Mchenry
  • Francis Scott Key was kidnapped by the British. He was underneath the ship when the bombing was going on. He could see the American flag standing tall when war was going on. He wrote the song "The star-spangled Banner" while war was going on.
  • Phase 3- Andrew Jackson as a War Hero and the Battle of New Orleans
  • In 1812, Andrew Jackson and his crew fought war in the Gulf of Mexico against the British.
  • Effects of the War
  • The Embargo Act of 1807 and the war of 1812 were the springboard for the Industrial Revolution. The Embargo Act forced the U.S. to manufacture their own goos because they would not be able to trade for foreign goods. Yhey began the industrial Revolution.
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