War Of 1812

Sami, Armellino

War of 1812 (pictures in order)

Lake Champlain

Boston

New York City

Ft. Niagara

New Orleans

Atlantic Ocean

Gulf of Mexico

Battle of Thames

Ft. Detroit

Battle of Lake Erie

British Naval Blockade

Mississippi River

Ohio River

Potomac River

Battle of Horseshoe Bend




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1. How each impacted the United States: Orders in Council, Embargo Act, & Non-Intercourse Act

  • Orders in council- blocked the U.S from trading with France.
  • Embargo act- Stopped all exports to foreign countries.
  • Non-Intercourse act- prohibited trade with Britain and France


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2. Explain Tecumseh’s plan for the war in the west.

Tecumseh believed that they had to join forces with other indian tribes and fight the us.


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3. Explain the importance of General Harrison and Battle of Tippecanoe

The Battle of Tippecanoe was a lost dream for Tecumseh because the united american indian confederation shattered.


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4.Why did the United States declare war on Great Britain?

Britain had supplied indians with weapons and allowed them to uprise against the US.


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5.Explain the Treaty of Ghent and the outcomes.

The treaty ended the war of 1812 but it didn't solve trade problems but restored all former territory


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6. Explain the importance of the Hartford Convention.

Convention to discuss the secession of the Federalists from the union.


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