The War Of 1812

The War Of 1812

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  • Discussing the issue of the British and French
  • We need to act! They cant take our ships!!
  • The beginning of war
  • I say war!!!
  • We can't stand by and watch as the Europeans kidnap and steal our ships and sailors.
  • The Battle of Fort McHenry
  • All ships! FIRE!
  • Our flag will still fly!!!
  • This shows James Madison the president with a general talking about what to do about the French and British taking american ships and kidnapping sailors.
  • The Late Treaty
  • No sire! We can still beat them!!
  • No! We musnt engage in battle any more! We will not fight!
  • This shows the president attempting to convince congress to go to war and protect their liberty.
  • The American War Hero Of 1812
  • Fort McHenry is under siege by the British navy. It shows the fort being mercilessly destroyed but the American flag still stood. Frances Key Scott wrote the star spangled banner in the cabin of one of the ships.
  • The End Of The War
  • I cant believe that last victory was for nothing!
  • The King decided that Britain shouldn't engage in battle with America any more. So he sent a letter of peace to America which would arrive late.
  • Andrew Jackson fighting of the British forces in New Orleans. His men were posted behind dirt and ruble walls and mowed down the British army. After the battle General Andrew Jackson was known as a national war hero.
  • Madison finally receives the letter that asks for a peace between Britain and America. After the war America starts industrialism and manufacturing because of the cease of trading between America and Britain.
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