The War of 1812

The War of 1812

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  • James Madison as president
  • Impressment and Native American resistance
  • Battles in the Great Lakes/Canada
  • James Madison becomes president in the year 1808
  • Francis Scott Key and the Bombardment of Fort McHenry
  • "Oh say can you see."
  • Britain began capturing U.S. sailors and impressing them, forcing them to work as slaves on Britain ships. At the same time Britain also began to turn the Native Americans to ally with the British.
  • Andrew Jackson as a war hero
  • The Battle at the Great Lakes was the first battle in the war of 1812
  • The Effect of the War led to the Industrial Revolution
  • Francis Scott key was a lawyer at Fort McHenry during the bombing. Francis Scott Key was the founder of our National Anthem
  • General Andrew Jackson at the war of New Orleans, which was the last battle of the war, was fought after Britain and the U.S. signed a truce
  • The Embargo act of 1807 and the war of 1812 were the springboard for the Industrial Revolution. The Embargo act of 1807 forced the U.S. to manufacture their own goods because they wouldn't be able to trade for foreign goods. Americans began to produce their own goods. This started the Industrial Revolution
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