Legacies of War of 1812

Mattie Neely

The Star Spangled Banner

The Star Spangled banner is the best-known legacy of the war. It was made by Francis Key Scott, after a successful fight against the United Kingdom. The Star Spangled banner increased national patriotism and helped to unite the United States into one nation.
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U.S. National Anthem

In 1889, the U.S. Navy used the Star Spangled banner at flag raising ceremonies, just as the Army did. In 1931, the congress made the star Spangled banner the U.S. National Anthem.

Uncle Sam and Elbert Anderson Jr.

S&E made a contract with the U.S. Military to give them 2,000 barrels of pork and 3,000 barrels of beef for one year, which was very helpful to the military camps, because the supply for meat had increased significantly.
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William Henry Harrison then Became the Ninth President of the United States

Central Andrew Jackson

Jackson gained fame from his contributions to the War of 1812. He lead the American Army to victory against the "Red Sticks", Creek Indians of northern Alabama and Georgia, who wanted to rise up against the Americans. After the victory, Jackson became the seventh president of the United States (March 4, 1829 – March 4, 1837)

The Northwest Terretory

Was at first incorporated territory of the United States. Then it temporarily was part of the British Province of Quebec, and a territory under Britsh Rule for use by Native Americans, said in the Royal Proclamation of 1763. But, then is was assigned to ghe United States in the Treaty of Paris.

The War Ending

Both sides signed the Treaty of Ghent on Christmas Eve, 1814, to end the war and everything returned back to normal.
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