War Of 1812

War Of 1812

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  • Madison Elected
  • Great Britain, you shall PAY!!
  • Impressment
  • HAHA!! You have been captured.
  • Native American Risistance
  • James Madison has just been elected as president of the United States of America. He wants to make some changes in America and tries to stay neutral. But then Great Britain angers Madison because of a lot of things that Great Britain did to America.
  • Great Lakes Battle
  • ATTACK!!!
  • One of the things that Great Britain did to anger Madison and America is by impressmenting American sailors. This was one of the reasons that America went in to war with Great Britain.
  • Star Spangled Banner
  • Great Britain signed a treaty to leave North America. Since they hated America, they stayed and gave weapons to Native Americans. Native Americans made the lives of many Americans horrible and then America wanted war with Great Britain.
  • New Orleans
  • The British sent battle ships to attack the Americans. The battle took place in Canada and in The Great Lakes. America. But at that war, America was successful in winning that battle.
  • Frances Scott Key was born in a wealthy family. After the capturing of Washington by the British, Frances looked outside during the Bombardment of Fort McHenry by the British and he wrote " The Star Spangled Banner."
  • The British sent ships to attack New Orleans but Andrew Jackson's army defended it. Jackson's army was outnumbered but successfully claimed the victory. Then the whole war was over. After that America didn't want to trade with Britain so America made their own products which lead to the Industrial Revolution.
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