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Washington says: STAY NEUTRAL!!
Would anyone care to explain: THE WAR OF 1812????
Build Up: War of 1812! 1803: War between France and Britain Presidents Adams and Jefferson = Stay OUT! Great cost to both men (WEAK!)
Build Up: War of 1812! President James Madison (1809 – 1817) Pushed by “War Hawks” in Congress to War with Britain
Build Up: War of 1812! Britain did the following: Impressment (Denied America was a independent country) U.S.S. Chesapeake sunk in American waters U.S. Cargo ships seized going to France
Build Up: War of 1812! First Response: Embargo Act of 1807 U.S. couldn’t trade with ANYONE! Who did it hurt?
Build Up: War of 1812! YOU DECIDE: Repealed 1809
Build Up: War of 1812! Embargo Act did next to nothing to hurt British, relations continued to sour
Build Up: War of 1812! “War Hawks” in Congress wanted war! Fight British and gain British Canada and Spanish Florida
War of 1812! War is declared in 1812 by Congress – Opinions widely varied in U.S. Result? DRAW!
War of 1812! U.S. did not look good militarily, but did not lose.
War of 1812! Consequences Neutral is BEST
War of 1812! Consequences N. Americas lost British ally
War of 1812! Consequences U.S. industry had to grow because we were cut off from Europe
War of 1812! Consequences Andrew Jackson became a hero because of his actions in New Orleans and Florida
War of 1812! Consequences Star Spangled Banner (Fort McHenry)
War of 1812! Consequences Federalists, Pro- British, were weakened and fell apart
War of 1812! Consequences Britain officially recognizes U.S. (Treaty of Ghent) Gave up land claims south of Canada
War of 1812! Consequences Washington D.C burned to the ground
The War of 1812 War of What were the causes of the War of 1812? Terms: -embargo -President James Madison -war hawks -Treaty of Ghent.
Foreign Policy From Washington’s presidency up until Thomas Jefferson’s, the US had followed a policy of neutrality in regards Europe Protecting the.
Essential Question: What led to the War of 1812? Cornell style notes- take down all information in yellow.
The Second War for American Independence France and Britain were at War Both France and Britain “impressed” American sailors Impressment - seizing.
War of 1812 Video James Madison & the War of
Background Information The first three presidents of the United States worked very hard to avoid war with Britain & France. Despite these efforts and.
1. GREAT BRITAIN and FRANCE were taking U.S. ships, hurting American trade. BRITAIN was also forcing captured U.S. sailors to join their navy. 2.
The War of 1812 The Second War for Independence. What led to the war? Cause British interference with American shipping-naval blockade Effect Great Britain.
The War of Causes The British practice of Impressment The Chesapeake incident British were giving arms to Native Americans in the western territories.
1)What caused the huge drop in US exports in 1807? 2)What effect did the Non-Intercourse Act of 1810 have? 3)Why is US trade with Great Britain zero in.
War of 1812 June 18, 1812 – February 18, Causes 1.The British did not want American ships to trade with France because Britain and France were at.
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.
War of I.War in Europe- During Jefferson 2 nd Term A. Britain and France at War again France- Napoleon stops British goods from continent.
Causes of the War Impressment Britain and France were fighting a war in Europe Britain began capturing American sailors and “impressing” them, or forcing.
President James Madison War of 1812 War Hawks Treaty of Ghent Battle of New Orleans.
The War of 1812 The English try again…. Background info. war from fought on land & sea (Atlantic coast) tension still for NW territory & the.
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.
Background/European Conflict Great Britain and France are at war Great Britain and France use impressment.
War of 1812 Called “Second War for Independence”.
President James Madison War of 1812 War Hawks Battle of New Orleans Treaty of Ghent.
The War of 1812 Unit 3, Lesson 1. Essential Idea The War of 1812 helped make the United States a world power and sparked of national pride. ADD HISTORY.
War of 1812 Notes on… Jefferson’s Foreign Policy Embargo War of 1812 Era of Good Feelings.
The War of 1812 America’s second war of Independence.
America’s Second War For Independence. Starter – October 16 th What effect did the Louisiana Purchase have on the United States?
1.Who was the Native American that joined the Lewis and Clark Expedition as a guide? 2.How did the United States gain the Louisiana Territory? 3.Who agreed.
The War of What were the Causes of the War? 1) Many Americans blamed the British for Native American’s attacks on Western settlements. 2) Britain.
The War of What are some major events leading to the War of 1812? U.S. shipping was being harassed, cargo was seized. Britain required licenses.
Jefferson’s hand-picked successor, James Madison, won the presidency in 1808 & 1812 Madison was well-qualified: He was the architect of the Constitution,
Vocabulary Matching 1.Impressment 2.Embargo 3.Unprepared 4.Capture 5.Outnumbered 6.Blockade 7.Port 8.Invade 9.Allies 1.A refusal to trade with another.
Vocabulary 1.Impressment 2.Embargo 3.Blockade 4.Port 5.Allies.
Problems/Threats British controlled Canada British had forts on U.S. land (Ohio Valley) Spain had Florida & Louisiana France & Britain at war Should U.S.
Do Now: Think about any of the wars or military conflicts in which the United States has been involved in the past. What were some of the reasons people.
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.
James Madison. War Hawks $, Land – Southerners wanted Florida, Westerners wanted Canada While England was busy with Napoleon in Europe, take Canada.
A. James Madison defeats Charles Pinckney to become the fourth President of the US. He was President Jefferson’s Secretary of State.
The War of 1812 CausesCourseConsequences. The Second War for Independence If the US could “beat” England twice “in the same season,” the world would believe.
The War of 1812 The Second War for American Independence.
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.
Chapter 6. Louis XVI helped the Americans with their American Revolution was now in the middle of a revolution of his own. During the French Revolution.
The Age of Jefferson Mrs. McKevitt Review. America in 1800 Oregon Territory: claimed by Russia, Spain, England & the United States Louisiana Territory:
American Foreign Policy How we deal with other nations.
EQ: Why does conflict develop? Chapter 10, Lesson 3 and 4.
War of 1812 United States V. Great Britain. War Highlights.
The Age of Jefferson: Jefferson limits power of government Marbury v. Madison / judicial review Louisiana Purchase / Lewis & Clark Problems.
IV. The War of 1812 A. The Move Toward War 1. Tension remained high when James Madison became President in Britain continued arming Native Americans.
U.S. History. Explain major reasons for the War of 1812 and the war’s significance on the development of a national identity.
USVA History Unit 4: The Early Republic SOL: VUS.6.
What are some major events leading to The War of 1812? US shipping was being harassed, and cargo was seized. Britain required licenses for ships bound.
Eliseo Lugo III. After James Madison’s election into office in 1808, tensions between the United States and England would continue to deteriorate.
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