War of 1812

War of 1812

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  • Causes of the War of 1812
  • Please don't do this, I have a family!
  • We as the superior English force you to join us! LOL!
  • Major Battles
  • The queen will be sad after this loss.
  • You sure about that buddy?
  • War Hawks
  • I want to go to war for more land!
  • Same!
  • The causes of the War of 1812 stem from the repeated seizure of American ships by the British as well as the impressment of US sailors. Other causes include the belief of British arming the natives and the War Hawks wanted to annex Florida and Canada. 
  • Hartford Convention
  • We need to come up with something fast so the Federalist party doesn't die!
  • Battle of Plattsburgh - September 11, 1814, Battle of Bladensburg and Burning of Washington - August 24, 1814, Battle of Lake Erie - September 10, 1813, Battle of New Orleans - January 8-18, 1815, and Battle of Baltimore and Siege of Fort McHenry - September 13-14, 1814
  • Star Spangled Banner 
  • The Stars and Stripes should be celebrated for its beauty and glory!
  • War Hawks were not Indians, but rather politicians that were in favor of the War of 1812, as they were fueled with nationalism. Major War Hawks were Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun.  War Hawks wanted to annex Canada and Florida. 
  • Treaty of Ghent 
  • Let's agree to never attack each other again!
  • These Federalist opposed the War of 1812 and held the convention to discuss and seek redress by Washington for their complaints and wrongs that the felt had been done. Many of these complaints were manifestation of their fears of being overpowered by states in the south and west. 
  • It is the National Anthem of the Unites States written by Francis Scott Key on September 14, 1814. It was written after the standing US flag at the Defense of Fort M'Henry, which was a triumphant win over the British. 
  • It was the peace Treaty signed by the Untied States and Great Britain that ended the War of 1812. It restored relations between the two nations as well as the restored the border lines between the two countries before the war began. 
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