The War of 1812 Comic Book
By s2072376, Updated
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James Madison as President
Impressment an Native American Resistance
Battle in the Great Lakes
James Madison, our 4th president of the United States was the person who started this war. On June 1st,1812 Madison made a speech to appeal to Congress to sign a deceleration of war. After awhile Congress sighed the deceleration of war with England. The War of 1812 has begun.
Francis Scott Key and the Bombardment of Fort McHenry
The Native American Resistance was formed by an indian named Tecumsen. The British Allied with the Native Americans and suplied them with weapons and ammunition. Before the war impressment was being practice among the British and French for a couple years. However the french did stop but the British did not stop the Impressment of ships. This would spark the War of 1812.
Andrew Jackson as a War Hero and the Battle of New Orleans.
Commander Oliver Hazard perry, leader of the U.S. navy at lake Nire, was preparing a for an attack on the british side. When the battle began every thime the Commander lost his ship he would head to a new one by row boat. The Battle of Thames marked an American win.
Effect of the War
Britain, after there battle with Napoleon , could finally focus's on the battle against America. Before the Bombardment of Fort McHenry the British army attacked the White House and burned it to the ground. After the Bombardment of Fort McHenry the American flag was still there, the fort inspired Frances Scott Key to write the star spangled baner.
The Battle of New Orleans marked a big victory for the United States. The Battle was 7,500 British soldiers against 4,500 american solders. The battle yielded 2,000 British casualty and only 71 U.S. casualty. During the Battle Jackson stated that he killed the leader of the Indian Resistance.
After the war of 1812 America had bad relations with Britain was left salty. This meant that america had to make there own goods to survive in America. This marked the start of the Industrial revolution. This helped the American Manufacture Industry grow marking a growth in profits.
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