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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.
The Trials of the Jeffersonians The Era of Good Feeling? The Triumph of the Jeffersonians The Marshall Court.
USHC 2.1 NORTHWEST PASSAGE? Agriculture + Trade = Prosperity.
The War of 1812 Economic Warfare 1806 – Continental System 1806 – Orders in Council 1807 – Milan Decree 1806 – Non-Importation Act 1807 – Embargo Act.
The War of 1812 Proudly Presented by: Chris Hall.
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.
America’s Second War of Independence? Events leading up to the War of 1812 French Revolution, 1789 Washington Proclamation of Neutrality, 1793 British.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. War of 1812.
The Election James Madison wins Two Terms –
Conflict with Britain: Jefferson’s Embargo James Madison & the War Hawks War of 1812.
Background/European Conflict Great Britain and France are at war Great Britain and France use impressment.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins The War of 1812 Section 4 Identify the events that led to the War Hawks’ call for war. Analyze the major battles.
Chapter 4 section 4 Objective 1.01 & 1.03 – Identify major domestic issues & assess relations with other nations James Madison
There were several causes and effects of the War of Look for them during the lesson.
Chapter 7, Section 2 The War of 1812 Mr. Madison’s War.
ImpressmentImpressment Between Britain impressed over 5,000 American sailors.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins The War of 1812 Section 4.
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.
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, Section 4 The War of The War Hawks led a growing call for war with Britain. Br. Support Of Tecumseh Inflamed Americans Felt British Encouraged.
Terms and People Andrew Jackson – took command of American forces in Georgia in the summer of 1813 secede – to withdraw Oliver Hazard Perry – commander.
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.
Causes of the War of 1812 Impressment of US sailors. Interference with American Shipping. (British Blockade of American Ships) British support of Native.
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.
George Washington (1788) John Adams (1796) Thomas Jefferson (1800) James Madison (1808) James Monroe (1816) So Far………
Chapter 9 Section 4 The War of 1812 Explain why the United States declared war on Britain. Describe what happened in the early days of the war. Discuss.
War Breaks Out Many Americans, including members of Congress, blamed the British for ongoing frontier violence between Native Americans and white Americans.
EEngland did not want the U.S. supplying their enemy (France) with supplies and food BBritish required licenses for ships bound for Europe
Chapter 9 Section 3 A Time of Conflict As American settlers moved west, they took over Native American lands. Also during this period, tens of thousands.
Chapter 7- Foreign Affairs in the Early Republic Section 2- The War of 1812 California Standards - 8.5, 8.5.1, Section 2- The War of 1812 California Standards.
The War of :4 What were the causes and effects of the War of 1812?
THE WAR OF 1812 Jemmy Madison’s War. Focus Question: Identify three reasons nations have used to declare war on another nation. Which reason is most valid?
Use the glossary in the back of the book (p ) to define these terms that we need to know to understand the War of When you are done, read.
THE WAR OF 1812 Jemmy Madison’s War. Focus Question: In a short reply of one to three sentences, respond to the following prompt: When do you know it.
War of Cause #1: Napoleonic Wars British Blockade Europe –“Re-Impress” Deserters –Chesapeake Incident Coast of U.S. Boat attacked by Brits.
War of Causes Free seas and trade Stopping American ships Stopping American ships Impressment Impressment Frontier pressures Desire for land Desire.
Jump Start Pick up your folder and notes page. On the back of the notes page – Identify what is happening in the picture above. Please answer the following.
Causes of the War of 1812 Britain was at war with France and Spain which led to British ships setting up a blockade to restrict U.S. trade. President.
Causes War between France and Great Britain threatens shipping British policy of impressment infuriates Americans War Hawks in Congress (Henry Clay,
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.
EQ: To what degree was the War of 1812 a Second War of Independence? How did the war lead to the growth of nationalism?
WAR OF 1812 The Chapter 11 Section 3-4. Causes of War British impressments – forcing U.S. citizens to serve in British military. British gave military.
The War of 1812 Causes of the War of 1812 The War Begins The Effects of the War on America.
The War of 1812 By Mrs. Andreatta. Topics Covered Today! War At Sea War in Canada War with Native Americans War In East End of War Effects of War.
War of Impressment British War ships would stop and draft by force American sailors from American ships. The British were fighting Napoleonic France.
The American Nation Section 1: A Republican Takes Office Section 2: The Louisiana Purchase Section 3: New Threats from Overseas Section 4: The Road to.
Chapter 6 Section 5: The war of Native Americans increased their attacks against the settlers moving west.
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.
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