War of 1812

War of 1812

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  • President James Madison
  • Why don't we start a war?
  • Impressment and Native Resistance
  • We must put an end to this nonsense!!
  • Battles in the Great Lakes
  • Bring it on losers!!
  • Red lobsters!!
  • The fourth president James Madison was known as the "Father of the Constitution" because of his great trust with the constitution. At first to be part of Democratic-Republican Party, Madison later decided to join the federal side when problems erupted with Native Americans and the Brirish.
  • Francis Scott and Fort McHenry
  • "Oh say can you see....."
  • Britain and Native Americans worked together to hurt the United States. British ships were sent out to attack on American trading ships while the Indians were given supplies to fight for their land that once belonged to them.
  • Andrew Jackson and Battle of New Orleans
  • The Battles in the Great Lakes was fought between the Americans and the British who joined the Native Indians. Once again, the U.S was able to defeat their opponents.
  • Industrial Revolution
  • While watching the Americans defeat the British in the Bombardment of Fort McHenry. Scott wrote the famous song "The Star Spangled Banner" as our national anthem.
  • The British attacked New Orleans to cut off American use of the Mississippi. Andrew Jackson was sent to command forces in 1815 and won by a long shot.
  • We won!!
  • Once the War of 1812 was over, American heroes were known for their bravery. The Native Americans were weakened and the U.S. manufacturing grew. The beginning of industrial revolution began.
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