War of 1812

War of 1812

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  • Embargo Act December 22, 1807
  • We both need to try and stop our trading so we can stop fighting.
  • My brother was trying to help you from the American Expansion.
  • The Battle of Tippecanoe November 7, 1811
  • ........??????
  • Why are you trying to fight your brother?
  • America declares war on Great Britain June 18, 1812
  • This law stopped all trade between America and any other country. The goal was to get Britain and France, who were fighting each other at the time, to stop restricting American trade to other foreign countries for the ports.
  • The British burn Washington, DC August 24, 1814
  • We won YES!!!!!
  • Was a battle between the Native Americans and the Americans. The chief Tecumseh went to visit the Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Creek tribes, to enlist their support against American expansion. The americans were fighting back from what the chief did to his brother.
  • Battle of Baltimore September 12-15, 1814
  • Baltimore
  • The United States declared war on Great Britain. IT is when Great Britain had violated American sovereignty by refusing to surrender western ports as the promise of the Treaty of Paris.
  • Treaty of Ghent December 24, 1814
  • It is the only time that the American capital was occupied by enemy forces. British "victory" that resulted in the burning of many U.S. government buildings, including the Capitol, White House, the War Office, and the Treasury building. The British defeated a ragtag force of soldiers.
  • British troops landed near Baltimore, fresh from their victory at Washington and the burning of the White House and other government buildings and then after that the British retreated.
  • Negotiators for America included John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay. Great Britain agreed to give up claims to the Northwest Territory, and both countries promised to work toward ending the slave trade so that the treaty was signed in Belgium and preventing the word of the peace.
  • Let's Sign the Treaty
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