2 Take a few moments to finish The Lewis and Clark WebQuest & turn it in to front tableThen begin Ch.10.3 p. 353 handoutCause/effect of the War of 1812
3 Read 10.3 (p. 353) and unscramble the following words below & describe how they are related: krawhwasemtmisrnpsegeobmarwarhawksimpressmentembargo
4 Analyze the causes & effects of the Ch Today’s Targets:Analyze the causes & effects of theWar of 1812
5 Read, “Problems with France & England,” p. 353 The British captured any ship bound for France.The French stopped all ships bound for Britain.Why was Jefferson unable to keep the United States out of conflicts with other nations?Trade around the world put U.S. ships in constant contact with foreign countries.
6 Jefferson’s ResponseInstead of declaring war, he asked Congress to pass legislation that would stop all U.S. foreign trade – Embargo Act, 1807Described his policy as “peaceable coercion”
7 Jefferson’s ResponseHow would Jefferson “force the British and French to respect American shipping?
8 Embargo Act of 1807 No more foreign trade – Epic Fail!! Effects: 1) American farmers lost key markets for their products2) Shippers lost income3) Many chose to violate the embargo by making false claims about where they were going.
9 Interpret the newspaper cartoon What is “OGRABME” spelled backwards?
12 The Path to WarWar breaks out between France & Britain. Britain angers U.S. by:Capturing all ships heading toward FranceKidnapping U.S. sailors to work on British shipsHelping Natives fight against American frontier settlementsEmbargo Act passed by Congresshurts American merchants & economy more than hurts the BritishTreaty of Fort Wayne signed w/nativesTecumseh declares treaty voidWilliam Henry Harrison defeats Shawnee at TippecanoeTecumseh welcomed in British Canadaincreases American anger
14 Tecumseh and Native American Unity Read “Tecumseh & Native American Unity” p. 354His response? Unite the Natives to fight United StatesexpansionWhat were the results at the Battle ofTippecanoe in November, 1811?His plan failed & the movement to unify thetribes against the U.S. was crushed
19 The War of 1812 5. U.S. Congress declares war on British, June 1812 War hawkswesternersAug. 1814British burn White House & CapitalFt. McHenry repels BritishJan. 1815: Andrew Jackson defeats British at N.O. after Treaty of Ghent ended the war in Dec. 1814Sept. Oct. 1813U.S. naval victory on Lake ErieU.S. victory at Thames in Canada- secures NW6.4.Sept. 1814U.S. defeats British at Lake Champlain – secures N.E.
20 Oliver Hazard Perry – “Don’t Give Up The Ship” Battle of lake Erie 1813Oliver Hazard Perry – “Don’t Give Up The Ship”
21 Put-in-Bay Island in Lake Erie, Ohio Perry’s MonumentPut-in-Bay Island in Lake Erie, Ohio
22 The British burn Washington D.C., 1814 the Capitol building& the White House
23 Battle of Fort McHenry, 1814Oh Say Can You See By the Dawn’s Early Light… Francis Scott Key
26 Legacy of the War of 1812 (effects) 1.2.3.American patriotism (pride in U.S.) increases; Heroes createdWar broke the strength of NativeAmericansEncourages the growth of U.S. manufacturing
27 graph shows increasing Using the graph & information from 10.3, explain why the Warof 1812 was the “second war for independence” notpolitically, but for economic independence:graph shows increasingtradewar between Britain & Francedisrupted U.S. tradeBritish impressed U.S. sailorsEmbargo Act, 1807 attempted to end conflict but did more harm than good as the graph showsmany Americans demanded war to stop British interference & restore economic liberty
28 As for Mr. Madison . . .he won “his” war but learned an important lesson that the United States cannot ignore world events!