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England did not want the U.S. supplying their enemies with supplies and food 1
BUT U.S. 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
JAMES MADISON wins the election of
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 wants war with England 9
1. U.S. is upset about the impressment of American sailors 10
2. U.S. is upset about the British blockade 10
3. U.S. is upset the British have joined forces with the Natives 10
On June 18, 1812 the United States declares war on England 11
War of 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 Star Spangled Banner 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 (SIG) 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
The War of 1812 The Second War for American Independence.
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.
Vocabulary Impressment 2.Embargo 3.Unprepared 4.Capture 5.Outnumbered 6.Blockade 7.Port 8.Invade 9.Allies 1.A refusal to trade with another country.
The War of 1812 The 2 nd Revolution Great Britain again? 1.
Jefferson’s Presidency MRS. INGRAM. New Policies When Jefferson took office, his followers preached a ‘republican revolution’ in governmental policies.
The Era of Thomas Jefferson Chapter 9. Jefferson takes Office Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated in March Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated in March.
America at 1800 Jefferson, Madison, and the War of 1812.
Life After Washington Another War I.Election of 1796 A. First openly contested election B. Federalists nominate John Adams C. Republicans nominate Thomas.
1. A Republican President 2. The Louisiana Purchase 3. New Threats From Overseas 4. The Road to War 5. The War of 1812 The Age of Jefferson.
Foreign Policy related to the War of 1812 The Young Republic President Washington through President Monroe
THE WAR OF Causes of the War a. Free seas and trade - neither Britain or France respected neutral rights - majority of Americans sympathized.
War of Americans were angry Britain continued to arm the Native Americans. Americans had a new sense of nationalism – pride in one’s country War.
Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Chapter Twelve Notes: The War of Madison replaces Jefferson as president after 2 terms Natural replacement with a long resume Not an effective politician.
Early Growth of the New Nation Mr. McCain. SSUSH6 The student will analyze the impact of territorial expansion and population growth and the impact of.
Foreign AffairsForeign Affairs Fighting between France and Britain threatens American shipping Blockading ports American’s more angry at Great Britain.
Early US Foreign Policy US History. Washington’s Presidency.
The Road to War & The War of 1812 Chapter 7, 8 th Grade, Glencoe
Creating A Nation Northwest Ordinance, Manifest Destiny, War of 1812, Monroe Doctrine, and the Industrial Revolution.
Battle of New Orleans. The War of 1812, is often called the second war for American Independence. It began in 1812 and ended in On June 18, 1812,
Jeffersonian republicanism People should control government; simple government best.
$1 Million $500,000 $250,000 $125,000 $64,000 $32,000 $16,000 $8,000 $4,000 $2,000 $1,000 $500 $300 $200 $100 Welcome.
Early American Foreign Policy Leads to the War of APUSH.
Reteaching Activity 8-2 Chapter 8 Early Challenges.
CH 6 Federalist and Democratic-Republicans Pg 210.
January 21, Great Britain began colonizing North America in 1607 Eventually, Great Britain controlled 13 colonies in the “New World”. Each.
US unprepared for war. Failed invasion into Canada. Blockade hurt US economy…
WHAT IS THE TRUTH about VIRGINIA and the REVOLUTIONARY WAR?
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