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A timeline fo six important events

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  • Embargo Act Introduced Dec. 7, 1807-Replaced March 1, 1809
  • How am I supposed to make money and trade if I cannot trade with foreigners.
  • The Battle of Tippecanoe Nov. 7, 1811
  • Victory for the U.S.!! How do you like THAT?!
  • America Declares War on Great Britain June 12, 1812
  • We hereby declare war on Great Britain!
  • The Embargo Act of 1807 was an act that made any and all exports from the U.S. illegal. The goal was to force Britain and France to respect Americans rights during the Napoleonic Wars.
  • General William Hull Enters Canada July 12, 1812
  • We SHALL cross into Canada on this very day!
  • The United States and a Native American tribe began a battle of the white expansion into their territory. The Indian leader, Tecumseh, warned his brother to attack the white settlers until all the Indian tribes were united. The Indians planned to attack at daybreak and the first shots were fired when the sounds of the war cries were heard. The Natives spirits were crushed and were defeated. The Native leaders were upset after the defeat and helped to rally the coming War of 1812.
  • The Hartford Convention Dec. 18, 1814-Jan. 5, 1815
  • We should try to amend this Constitution. The war MUST end!
  • Between impressment of American soldiers, the capturing of American ships, and the belief that Britain was teaming with the Natives, America was pushed into a war with their parent nation. At first Madison was hesitant for a declaration of war. Eventually, June 1, 1812, Madison asks Congress to declare war. The issue was debated but the decision was finally to declare war. The vote was 19 to 13. America was to enter into a war with a country they had debated only years before.
  • The Treaty of Ghent Signed Dec. 24, 1814
  • We hereby agree to stay peaceful. We will end all fighting! ........
  • When Hull entered Canada, he was unopposed. He headed along the Detroit River. He tried to siege Fort Malden, but failed. Hull began to fear that the supply lines were too long. He sent a force of 150 to meet a supply train. They were beaten back by Indian forces led by none other than Tecumseh. Hull then sent another 600 and they were attacked and forced back. Hull’s attempt to capture Canada failed and only encouraged the Natives and Britain even more.
  • The Convention was a series of meetings that attempted to discuss the Federalist grievances concerning the War of 1812. There were political problems arising from the federal government that needed to be discussed. After several days of debating, decisions were reached. On the final report, released on January 5, 1815, it proposed several amendments to the Constitution. The news of the Treaty of Ghent caused the propositions to go unnoticed.
  • The Treaty ended the War of 1812. While the treaty did not mention either the impressment of U.S. sailors or the rights of neutral U.S. vessels, it did open the Great Lakes region to American expansion. News of the treaty took months to spread across the Atlantic. The Treaty of Ghent successfully ended all hostilities between Great Britain and the United States.
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