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  • President Madison
  • Native American Resistance/Impressment (Causes)
  • Naval Battles and Battle of Thames (Phase 2)
  • James Madison was the president at the time. He was the one that called all of the shots. President Madison made a speech talking about declaring war on Britan. On June 17, 1812 Congress declared war on Great Britan.
  • Burning of Washington (Phase 2)
  • We are so cool, we just burned down the white house!
  • Native American Resistance, was a very important cause of the War of 1812. This was when Britan made an alliance with the Native Americans. The British commanded the Natives to attach U.S. settlers in the N.W Territory. Impressment was also a very important cause of the War of 1812. British soldiers would capture and force American sailors and merchants into the British Navy. This made Americans very angry.
  • New Orleans (Phase 3)
  • This battle was a very tough one. Oliver Perry took command of the U.S Navy in Lake Eerie. Once Perry's boat sunk, he rowed to another boat and destroyed the Britan fleet.
  • Effects of the War
  • After the British defeated France in 1814, Brtian decided to invest their energy and soldiers into defeating the U.S. Britan blockaded the east coast, and made their way to D.C. While they were at D.C. they burned down the white house. Prisoner Francis Scott Key watched the Bombardment of Ft. McHenry. He also wrote the Star Spangled Banner, while he was prisoned.
  • 2 weeks before this battle, the British signed the Treaty of Ghend. The U.S. did not get this news in time, so they just attacked. President James Madison chose Andrew Jackson to command the American forces in 1815. The Americans won this war, there were only 71 U.S. causualties while there were 2,000 British casualties. Jackson is now known as a war hero.
  • I'm a War Hero!!
  • Before the war, the U.S. used to get a lot of goods from Britan. After the war, the two countries were on bad terms. Because of this, the U.S. had to make all of their goods. The war of 1812 led to the Industrial Reveloution!
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