Presentation on theme: "Tuesday, Feb. 21 1. Turn in your homework: Embargo Act cartoon if you didn’t last week 2. Update your spiral DateEntry TitleEntry # 2/15Pike’s Exploration."— Presentation transcript:
Tuesday, Feb. 21 1. Turn in your homework: Embargo Act cartoon if you didn’t last week 2. Update your spiral DateEntry TitleEntry # 2/15Pike’s Exploration notes 19 2/16Jefferson’s Foreign Policy notes 20 2/17James Madison movie (KWL chart) 21 2/17Madison’s Push Towards War notes 22 2/21War of 1812 notes 23 3. Turn to entry #22 so we can finish Friday’s notes
Did Mrs. Siek take role???? Yes – go on to next slide No – GO TAKE ROLE NOW!!!!!
2nd Period NameMandatory Tutorials –Learning Recover – Wednesday 2/22
Make-up Test You have today and Wednesday to come before or after school to correct your Washington/Adams test. You will need to have your original test in order to do this so DO NOT throw it away unless you are happy with your grade.
Madison’s “The Road to War” 2.A Push Toward WarA. The War Hawks -Fighting with Natives hurt U.S./British relations – British were supplying Natives -ban on goods from Britain and France expired -Made a deal w/ Napoleon and stopped trade with Britain – Britain continued impressment and interference with American shipping -Anti-British sentiment ran strong all over U.S. except in New England -Southern and western Congressmen wanted war ***Henry Clay (Kentucky) also wanted Canada
Madison’s “The Road to War” 2.A Push Toward WarB. Congress Declares War -June 1812, Madison asks Congress to declare war http://www.history.com/videos/madisons-war-agaist-great-britain#madisons-war-agaist- great-britain 4 questions Summary:
#23 Feb. 21: The War of 1812 1. Beginning- Embargo act is repealed b/c it hurt Americans -Britain did not want to go to war with the U.S. and France at the same time -Britain sent word they would not interfere with American shipping but Congress had already declared war
The War of 1812 1. Beginning- Embargo act is repealed b/c it hurt Americans -Britain did not want to go to war with the U.S. and France at the same time -Britain sent word they would not interfere with American shipping but Congress had already declared war 2.First Phase-Britain used a blockade as its strategy -American navy ships, the Constitution and the United States, won many battles -Battles won on Lake Erie (Oliver Hazard Perry “We have met the enemy and they are ours”) -Harrison defeats the British at the Battle of the Thames in Canada (puts an end to the British threat in the NW)
The War of 1812 3. Second Phase of the -Britain defeats Napoleon in 1814 and sets its sights on the WarU.S. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LgV6KIDtoE
#27 March 2: The War of 1812 3. Second Phase of the -Britain defeats Napoleon in 1814 and sets its sights on the WarU.S. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LgV6KIDtoE -British marched on D.C. and burned it -Attacked Fort McHenry at Baltimore It was an all night battle Francis Scott Key writes the poem “Star-Spangled Banner” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ETrr-XHBjE&feature=related
The War of 1812 4. Second Phase of the-British moved against New Orleans War - SOUTH-Andrew Jackson commanded the Americans against a British force of 7,500 -Americans won with 71 causalities vs. 2,000 British causalities http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxB42cjHTGg
The War of 1812 5. Treaty of Ghent-ended the war - No clear winner – no territory changed hands and trade disputes were left unresolved 6. Effects of the War1. Increased American Patriotism 2. Weakened Native American resistance 3. U.S. manufacturing grew 4. The U.S. proved it could defend itself against the best military in the world Summary:
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