11.3. The Coming of War. Merchants Vs. Pirates. Barbary States- operated pirate fleets causing interference with merchant ships traveling to trade (Mediterranean Sea) Tributes were payed yearly to keep them from capturing American ships
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The Coming of War
The Marine's Hymn LyricsFrom the Halls of MontezumaTo the shores of TripoliWe fight our country's battlesIn the air, on land, and sea;First to fight for right and freedomAnd to keep our honor clean;We are proud to claim the titleOf United States Marine.Our flag's unfurled to every breezeFrom dawn to setting sun;We have fought in every clime and placeWhere we could take a gun.In the snow of far-off Northern landsAnd in sunny tropic scenes;You will find us always on the job --The United States Marines.Here's health to you and to our CorpsWhich we are proud to serve;In many a strife we've fought for lifeAnd never lost our nerve.If the Army and the NavyEver look on Heaven's scenes,They will find the streets are guardedBy United States Marines.
1811- Henry Harrison provoked attack on Indians – led to The Battle of Tippecanoe (Indians attacked first)- Indians couldn’t handle the Americans and retreated- Harrison destroyed Tecumseh's village
War Hawks: Congress members who wanted to declare war on Britain (west and south)
Opponents of the War Hawks: Federalists from New England- wanted friendly business ties- no fighting