Day 40 : Impacts of the War of 1812. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute October 24, 2013 A/A.P. U.S. History Mr. Green. The New Government. Objective: Students will:
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Day 40: Impacts of the War of 1812
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
October 24, 2013
A/A.P. U.S. History
Objective: Students will:
evaluate the impact of the Hartford Convention on the American people by analyzing the demands of the Hartford Convention delegates
Fighting against the military might of Great Britain, for the second time in less than thirty years, places significant strains on the United States politically, economically, and militarily. The Treaty of Ghent leaves in place most of the grievances that precipitated the war.
Theme: The American effort in the War of 1812 was plagued by poor strategy, political divisions, and increasingly aggressive British power. Nevertheless, the United States escaped with a stalemated peace settlement and soon turned its isolationist back to the Atlantic European world.
Continue work on the Presidential Election Charts.
Distribute Hartford Convention primary source and graphic organizer
New England prospered during the war.
Illicit trade with the enemy
Hartford Convention-Dec 15, 1814-January 5, 1815
MA, CT, RI-sent full delegations
NH, VT-partial delegations
2/3 vote in Congress for
new states admitted
declaration of war
remove 3/5 compromise
1 term president
prohibit successive Presidents from same state
As the South and West grew in population, New England felt they were subservient.
Continue Reading Chapter 12 to the end
Work on the identifications
Begin to work on chart for the 1810’s
Begin reading, “We are all Federalists, We are all Republicans”