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England did not want the U.S. supplying their enemies with supplies and food 1
The Americans wanted to trade with both the English and the French 2
IMPRESSMENT - is kidnapping, in this case from a ship on the ocean 3
EMBARGO ACT OF stated no American ships could sail to foreign ports and all American ports were closed to British ships 4
The Embargo Act was a disaster - it hurt the U.S. economy very badly 5 The embargo act was the most unpopular measure of Jefferson’s presidency.
JAMES MADISON wins the election of
10-4 TECUMSEH - Shawnee chief that organized local tribes against the U.S. government 7
The Native Americans and the British join forces after the Battle of Tippecanoe 8
WAR HAWKS wanted war with England 9
1. U.S. is upset about the impressment of American sailors 10
2. U.S. is upset about the British stopping their ships at sea 10
3. U.S. is upset the British have joined forces with the Native Americans 10
On June 18, 1812 the United States declares war on England 11
War to 1812 had 2 phases: 1) 1812 to 1814 – England concentrated on defeating the French, pay little attention to U.S. 1
2) April of 1814 and on - after the British have defeated the French 1
The American army and navy was very weak at the start of the war 2
OLIVER HAZZARD PERRY was an American naval commander in charge of U.S. ships in the Great Lakes 3
OLIVER HAZZARD PERRY IN BATTLE OF THAMES
BATTLE OF THAMES was an important victory for the Americans for two reasons 4
1) The American victory put an end to the British threat in Northwest United States 4
2) Tecumseh was killed in the battle 4
FRANCIS SCOTT KEY wrote the National Anthem as he watched the attack on Fort McHenry 5
AMERICAN FLAG AT FORT Mc HENRY
Original copy of the National Anthem Written by Francis Scott Key as watch the Battle at Fort McHenry
The hero of the BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS was GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON 6
BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS
TREATY OF GHENT ended the War of 1812 Basically there was no clear winner and many trade disputes were still unsettled 7
SIGNING THE TREATY OF GHENT
ORIGINAL COPY OF THE TREATY OF GHENT
Consequences of the War of 1812: 1) Increased American patriotism 8
2) Weakened the strength of Native Americans toward the government of the United States 8
3) American trade was expanded and more manufacturing followed the war 8
4) America proved it could defend itself against a major world power 8
England did not want the U.S. supplying their enemies with supplies and food 1
10-3 New Threats From Overseas Mr. McCaw FOREIGN POWERS.
War to 1812 had 2 phases: 1) 1812 to 1814 – England concentrated on defeating the French, pay little attention to U.S. 1.
Section 3 Problems with Foreign Powers Problems with Foreign Powers *Main Idea: Jefferson tries to avoid involvement in the problems of other nations.
EEngland did not want the U.S. supplying their enemy (France) with supplies and food BBritish required licenses for ships bound for Europe
Causes of the War of 1812 Impressment of US sailors. Interference with American Shipping. (British Blockade of American Ships) British support of Native.
War to 1812 * 2 phases: to 1814, England concentrated on defeating the French and paid little attention to U.S. -April of 1814 and on, post French.
THE WAR OF THE PATH TO WAR France & England at war 1803 – US trading with both France captured US ships headed for England England captured US ships.
The Path to War Jefferson wanted the US to have friendly relations with all nations but have “entangling alliances with none.” Hard to do with US.
Chapter 7 Sections 3 & 4 Review. Section 3 Impressment Impressment is the practice of forcing people to serve in the army or navy One of the causes of.
Chapter 10 sec. 3&4. Problems With Foreign Powers.
Montpelier…. Located in Virginia (It is 2,650 acres and includes a forest!)
Ch.10, Sec.4 – The War of 1812 The War Begins The War Begins - England tried to avoid another war with the United States because they were still fighting.
The War of 1812 Chapter 10 Section 3. Dealing with other Nations ► The US was involved in Trade all over the world. This made it very difficult to stay.
The War of 1812 Ch. 10, Section 4. Main Idea: *Angered by Britain’s interference in the nation’s affairs, the U.S. went to war. Why It Matters Now: *The.
Chapter 10, Section 3. Jefferson wanted the U.S. to seek friendship of all nations but have “entangling alliances with none.” His desire to keep the.
A Time of Conflict. The Barbary Pirates American merchant ships from Philadelphia, New York, and especially New England travelled the world trading for.
The War of 1812 Angered by Britain’s Interference in the Nation’s Affairs, the United States went to War!
The War of 1812 Chapter 7 Section 2 Pages
Angered by Britain’s interference in the nation’s affairs, the United States went to war. Help !
The War of 1812 “The New Nation Proves It Will Defend Itself”
President James Madison War of 1812 War Hawks Treaty of Ghent Battle of New Orleans.
Conflict with Britain: Jefferson’s Embargo James Madison & the War Hawks War of 1812.
Are you ready?. Mr Hayner– Line Mountain Jr/Sr High Social Studies.
A. James Madison defeats Charles Pinckney to become the fourth President of the US. He was President Jefferson’s Secretary of State.
Essential Questions 1.Why and how did the French and British interfere with American ships? 2.How did the impressment of American sailors led to the War.
War of 1812 Notes on… Jefferson’s Foreign Policy Embargo War of 1812 Era of Good Feelings.
President James Madison War of 1812 War Hawks Battle of New Orleans Treaty of Ghent.
Jefferson vs. Burr Who will break the tie? The Constitution said it was up to the House of Representatives After 36 times votes is was finally decided.
United States vs. Great Britain The Forgotten War Second War for Independence.
Problems with Foreign Powers Jefferson tries to avoid involvement in the problems of other nations BMR 15.
There were several causes and effects of the War of Look for them during the lesson.
Ch.10, Sec.3 – Problems with Foreign Powers Jefferson’s Foreign Policy Jefferson’s Foreign Policy - Jefferson felt all along that the government should.
The War of 1812 Topic 6. #4 - James Madison – Life-long friend of Thomas Jefferson Wrote the Constitution Shy, but very intelligent; better.
The Second War for American Independence France and Britain were at War Both France and Britain “impressed” American sailors Impressment - seizing.
In the early 1800’s, Britain and France were at war. President Jefferson wanted United States to stay neutral so they could continue to trade with.
War of 1812 United States V. Great Britain. Causes of the War! Issues started under Jefferson, but would continue and come to war under Madison.
United States vs. Great Britain. After 30 years of independence, the United States found themselves drawn into a second war with Great Britain. How.
Take a few moments to finish The Lewis and Clark WebQuest & turn it in to front table Then... begin Ch.10.3 p. 353 handout Cause/effect of the War of.
War of Violations of Neutrality USS Constitution-stop pirates in North Africa Impressment-forcing American sailors to serve on British ships. Embargo.
Who was President? James Madison Causes 1.Impressment: the forcible seizure of men for military service.
Background/European Conflict Great Britain and France are at war Great Britain and France use impressment.
War of Britain did not really want to go to war with the United States. They even went so far as to send notice that they would stop interfering.
WAR OF 1812 IN A NUTSHELL. BRITAIN AND FRANCE AT WAR… AGAIN In 1803 Britain and France were at war yet again The US decided to remain neutral again so.
9.3 The War of 1812 MAIN IDEA War breaks out again between the United States and Britain in 1812.
End of Jeffersons Presidency What international problem on the ocean concerns Jefferson? What was the purpose of the Embargo Act? Did it work? What was.
War of 1812 Called “Second War for Independence”.
Foreign Powers and the War of I. “Kindly separated by nature and a wide ocean from the exterminating havoc of one quarter of the globe” A.Jefferson.
JAMES MADISON AND THE WAR OF THE ELECTION OF 1808 Jefferson decided he would not be a candidate for president in 1808, following the precedent set.
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