The Revolutionary War (Part 2)

The Revolutionary War (Part 2)

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  • Leaders of the War of 1812
  • We will fight with you, Britain!
  • We're gonna beat you guys again!
  • This War you will not be so lucky!
  • When and How long the War was
  • We have made peace with our Treaty of Ghent, no land lost or gained!
  • HAH! We beat you fools! Go away!
  • Okay! Please have mercy!
  • The Shawnee Rebel Tecumseh
  • No more rebelling from you, Tecumseh!
  • Oh No! I've been shot!
  • James Madison was the President of the United States during the War. Andrew Jackson was a great US General for the military who faced Roger Hale Sheaffe of Britain's Military. Chief Tecumseh fought with the British for US land.
  • The Songwriting Lawyer (Francis Scott Key)
  • I wonder how our army will do? Why am I even here?
  • The famous "War of 1812" lasted for about 6 years, from 1809 to 1815, it's just that President Madison declared war in 1812. It had official truly ended after Jackson destroyed the British in New Orleans for the last battle, and the Treaty of Ghent was established.
  • The Songwriting Lawyer (Francis Scott Key)  Part 2
  • BOOM!
  • The Native Americans in the Northern Territory were being pushed out of their land by white settlers and Britain gave them guns to defend themselves. Chief Tecumseh was a influential leader for the Indians but died by Col. Johnson in 1813 trying to protect his land being taken by Americans.
  • Why This is so Important
  • We are now a free country with 50 states and lots of buildings. And schools to learn about the War of 1812
  • Francis Scott Key was a lawyer who was trying to persuade the British to let some of his friends go so he got onto a British Ship. He succeeded but he and his friends didn't get to go home because they now knew of the attack on Baltimore, so they were kept on watch by the British.
  • As the bombing on Baltimore commenced, Francis got super worried and was going to give up hope that the U.S might've survived, much less won the battle. As the fog cleared, Francis Scott Key saw the American Flag and wrote his thoughts down which later became the legendary "Star Spangled Banner".
  • YAY! "Oh Say Can You See, By The........"
  • The War of 1812 was important because it gave the US final independence from Britain. The Indians had also lost their own part of the War which allowed for settlers to obtain the land and create space for rising generations. This war also made Canada into a country and freed its land from Britain.
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