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1 The Road to War Setting the Scene Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.316

2 The Road to War Conflict With Native Americans Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.316

3 Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.316 Native Americans have been continually pushed of the best land ever since Europeans (the white man) arrived in North America.

4 The Road to War Conflict With Native Americans Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.316 Chief Little Turtle Miami Indian Chief Chief Blue Jacket Shawnee Indian Chief Chief Little Turtle and Chief Blue Jacket were two Indian chiefs who worked together to arm themselves and prevent white settlers from taking over their land in the Ohio River Valley.

5 The Road to War Conflict With Native Americans Chapter 10 section 4 Pg General Anthony Wayne President Washington back in But President Washington sent the U.S. Army under General Anthony Wayne to regain the land in Ohio. The Native Americans and the U.S. Army fought at the Battle of Fallen Timbers where the U.S. forces defeated the Indians.

6 The Road to War Conflict With Native Americans Chapter 10 section 4 Pg General Anthony Wayne President Washington back in

7 The Road to War Conflict With Native Americans Chapter 10 section 4 Pg The Treaty of Greenville

8 The Road to War Conflict With Native Americans Chapter 10 section 4 Pg The Native Americans in the Ohio River Valley signed the Treaty of Greenville which gave up rights to the land that would later become the state of Ohio for $20,000 worth of goods including blankets, knives, fishing hooks, pots and pans.

9 The Road to War Tecumseh’s Confederation Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.317 Tecumseh & Tenskwatawa Tecumseh was a warrior chief who gained the respect of other Native American chiefs. Tenskwatawa (“The Prophet”) was a religious leader who tried to convince the Indians to respect their traditions and resist depending on goods from the white man.

10 The Road to War Unity and Old Ways Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.317 Prophetstown Tenskwatawa and the Shawnee Indians built Prophetstown near the Tippecanoe Creek in Indiana as a place for Indians to gather to talk about ways to fight back against the white settlers.

11 The Road to War Unity and Old Ways Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.317

12 The Road to War Unity and Old Ways Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.317 Tecumseh The whites have driven us from the great salt water, forced us over the mountains…. The way, the only way, to check and stop this evil is for all red men to unite in claiming a common equal right in the land. Tecumseh is asking for the same popular sovereignty that Americans claimed all men have in the Declaration of Independence.

13 The Road to War Showdown at Tippecanoe Chapter 10 section 4 Pg

14 The Road to War Showdown at Tippecanoe Chapter 10 section 4 Pg The Battle of Tippecanoe

15 The Road to War A Push Toward War Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.318

16 The Road to War A Push Toward War Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.318 The U.S. was still having trading problems because of the war between Britain and France for superiority in Europe

17 The Road to War A Push Toward War Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.318 Oui, oui… we will stop seizing your ships. NapoleonNapoleon With the Nonintercourse Act about to end, President Madison offered to trade with just Britain or just France if they sign a neutrality agreement with the United States. Emperor Napoleon of France quickly agreed to sign.

18 The Road to War The War Hawks Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.318

19 The Road to War The War Hawks Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.319 Henry Clay War Hawk Senator from Kentucky

20 The Road to War The War Hawks Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.319

21 Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.319 Felix Grundy War Hawk Senator from Tenessee

22 The Road to War Congress Declares War Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.319 BLOCKADE

23 The Road to War Congress Declares War Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.319 John Randolph of Virginia

24 The Road to War Congress Declares War Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.319 President Madison

25 The Road to War Congress Declares War Chapter 10 section 4 Pg.319 President Madison War Fever!


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