War of 1812

War of 1812

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  • I'm so glad that I saved the Washington painting and also state papers and important pieces of silver.
  • Great job Dolley! I can't believe this war has cost my great country over $105 million!
  • The Americans almost abandoned Washington DC as their capital after we did this!
  • HAHA! We burnt their precious white house because they attacked our York city in Canada.
  • My name is Laura Secord and I warned the British of an American attack by traveling 20 miles to warn them.
  • The stars on the original flag are made of cotton!!
  • The red stripes on the original flag are made of of wool that was dyed with roots from the madder plant.
  • One of the original fifteen stars on the flag was cut out and given away.
  • The flag's fifteen original stripes represent the original 13 colonies plus Kentucky and Vermont.
  • In 2000, we (the conservators) removed the linen on the back of the flag because it was damaging the flag.
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