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FRANCE and allies BRITAIN and allies LAND POWER NAVAL POWER Continental System Naval Blockade of Europe
Early 19 th Century RAW MATERIALS FINISHED GOODS AGRICULTURE MANUFACTURING The Jeffersonian Economic Model
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TRADE OBJECTIVES: Economic Coercion Avoid War (Get Britain to stop impressing American sailors without going to war) RESULT: FAILURE NEW ENGLAND
HENRY CLAY (KY)JOHN C. CALHOUN (SC)
Harrison’s army defeats an Indian force associated with Tecumseh. Tecumseh W illiam H enry Harrison 1811
Americans accused the British of arming Tecumseh and encouraging him to start an uprising against the United States. Photo by Kaptain KoboldKaptain Kobold
Source: David Rumsey Historical Map CollectionDavid Rumsey Historical Map Collection 1.Impressment of Sailors 2.Cutting off Trade 3.Inciting Indians on the Frontier Madison
Where was the War of 1812 supported by public opinion? Where was it not supported?
1813 Invasion of Canada (Unsuccessful) Map Credit: British Attack Washington
August 24, 1814
THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER BY: FRANCIS SCOTT KEY (NATIONAL ANTHEM) THE FORT MCHENRY FLAG Our National Anthem
Hartford Convention Treaty of Ghent Battle of New Orleans Three things happening at once:
HARTFORD, CT Delegates from several New England states met in Hartford to propose amendments to the Constitution. Dec – Jan. 1815
WHERE? WHO? WHAT? 2/3 NO Hartford, CT Federalists Amend the Constitution Embargo Declare War Admit New States Conscription
Status quo ante bellum The Treaty of Ghent restored things to the way they were before the war began. December 24, 1814
January 8, 1815 After Treaty of Ghent Andrew Jackson vs. the British
BritishU.S. Killed29113 Wounded1,26739 Missing48419 TOTAL2,04271
Although the Battle of New Orleans took place after the Treaty of Ghent was signed, the Battle of New Orleans was important because the decisive victory gave Americans a sense of national pride.
Jackson Square New Orleans
NOTE: This is the last election in which the Federalist Party participated in a national election.
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 Americans were angry Britain continued to arm the Native Americans. Americans had a new sense of nationalism – pride in one’s country War.
The War of 1812 The Second War for American Independence.
THE WAR OF Causes of the War a. Free seas and trade - neither Britain or France respected neutral rights - majority of Americans sympathized.
Presidential Election of 1808 James Madison Becomes President.
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.
America at 1800 Jefferson, Madison, and the War of 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.
Early US Foreign Policy US History. Washington’s Presidency.
The Era of Thomas Jefferson Chapter 9. Jefferson takes Office Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated in March Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated in March.
US unprepared for war. Failed invasion into Canada. Blockade hurt US economy…
Foreign Policy related to the War of 1812 The Young Republic President Washington through President Monroe
Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
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,
Early American Foreign Policy Leads to the War of APUSH.
Thomas Jefferson Well over 6 feet tall Not a good public speaker. One of the greatest writers among U.S. Presidents A renaissance man Incredibly well-read.
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.
CH 6 Federalist and Democratic-Republicans Pg 210.
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.
Review Sheet Unit 3 Washington to War of Cabinet Advisors to the President are known as the _______________.
Chapter 6 Federalist Vs Democratic- Republican First Political Parties By J. Renee Glenn, JD American History.
THE LATE EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES To Jackson.
AMERICAN HISTORY “ I won because I learned!”. AMERICAN HISTORY FINAL EXAM JEOPARDY!!!
The Road to War & The War of 1812 Chapter 7, 8 th Grade, Glencoe
A.P. U.S. History Notes Chapter 11: The Triumphs and Travails of Jeffersonian Democracy ~ 1800 – 1812 ~
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 30 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
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