WAR OF 1812

BY: COURTLAND CONROY

CAUSES-

Some cause's of the WAR OF 1812 was that the British and French were trying to take things away from the U.S. Some other things that happened were the need for more land, impressment, British and Native American alliances, and war hawks.

ANDREW JACKSON

He was important to the war because he led the battle of New Orleans and won and became a national war hero to the United States. And he fought in wars that no president would ever fight which made him the best of the best.
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EFFECTS OF THE WAR OF 1812

1. Need for land.

The need for land caused us to destroy native homes and make them mad and angry at us.

2. Impressment.

Caused us to go to war with Britain, and caused us to close trade with Europe using the ambargo act.

3. British and Native American rivals.

Warhawks believed that the British were teaming up with the Native Americans so they could attack us.

4. Warhawks.

Warhawks were people who pushed the United States to war. 3 main war hawks are Henry Clay, Daniel Webster and John C. Calhoun.

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