Madison and the war of 1812

Koffi Egloh

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"Good Correlation for better Nation"

Causes of the conflict--impressment, the War Hawks

-British interference with American shipping naval blockade

-Impressment of the American sailors

-American believes that the Natives Americans were push by the British to fight settlers.

-Western members of the house of representatives want to expand to Canada.

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New Oreland: Andrew Jackson defeats the British. Seven hundred British were killed and 1,400 wounded; while only eight Americans were killed and 13 wounded.

Washington D.C: With further pressure by Congress’s War Hawks, Madison decided to sign into action the inevitable. Also known as “Mr. Madison’s War" or “The Second American Revolution."

Put-In-Bay: The British naval attack was repulsed by Captain Perry.

Detroit: The British Major General, Henry Proctor and Tecumseh were defeated after trying numerous failed attacks against Lieutenant Colonel George Croghan’s U.S. forces

The Treaty of Ghent

The Treaty of Ghent was signed in December 24, 1814. It was the peace treaty that ended the war of 1812.
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Andrew Jackson

Elected by popular vote, Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of the United States from 1829 to 1837. He then sleeked as the direct the direct representative of the common man.
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the Hartford Convention

The Hartford of Convention was series of meetings in Hartford Connecticut from December 15, 1814 to January 5, 1815. The purpose of the meetings was for the Federalist part and the New England to meet and discuss their injuries concerning the war of 1812 and the political problems.
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