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  1. Learning Targets • I Can…describe the causes and effects of the War of 1812 • I Can…Identify key battles in the War of 1812 • I Can…identify Tecumseh and Native American Unity

  2. WAR OF 1812 !!!! Date 0f Notes ______________ • MADISON ELECTED whom to fight? • France or Britain?

  3. REASONS FOR WAR: 1) Battle over Canadian Border (U.S. / Britain). The British had become somewhat friends and protectors of the Native Americans in the West supplying them with weapons to use against the United States.

  4. REASONS FOR WAR: 2) British Capture U.S. Ships (Impressment)

  5. REASONS FOR WAR: 3) Poor Economy – Embargo Act stops all trade with other countries. War = More Jobs

  6. REASONS FOR WAR: 4) Tecumseh and Native American Unity.

  7. REASONS FOR WAR: 5) War Hawks – 1810 – young republicans in congress pressure Madison Henry Clay boasted that Kentucky itself could march up to British Canada and take it all from England by themselves

  8. The War of 1812 Begins Two Phases

  9. The War of 1812 Begins Classzone: Major Battles of War of 1812

  10. Phase One • Though the Democratic Republicans had decreased the military budget, Britain was at war with France and could not afford to send many troops or ships to the US. • The USS Consitution (Old Ironsides) and the USS United States won key naval victories.

  11. MAJOR BATTLES: 1) Old Iron Sides (August, 1812)

  12. -- U.S.S. Constitution defeats the Guerriere

  13. MAJOR BATTLES: -Huge victory for U.S. Navy !

  14. Built in 1794 in Boston, the Constitution’s planks were 7 inches thick. Paul Revere was responsible for the spikes and bolts that held them together as well as the copper sheathing that protected the hull.. It first saw action in the undeclared war with France.

  15. 2. Battle of Lake Erie (Sept 10, 1813)

  16. - Oliver Hazard Perry; Breaks British Blockade When the Lawrence was bombarded by three British ships, Perry rowed ½ mile to the Niagara where he continued fighting!!!

  17. - “We have met the enemy, and they are ours”

  18. - U.S. takes control of Lake Erie

  19. Those who called for war with the British, like Congressman Henry Clay of Kentucky, were known as ______. A) War Hawks B) Saber Rattlers C) Warmongers D) Know Nothings

  20. Those who called for war with the British, like Congressman Henry Clay of Kentucky, were known as ______. A) War Hawks B) Saber Rattlers C) Warmongers D) Know Nothings

  21. The Shawnee chief, ______, tried to stop the lots of Native American lands by trying to unite the native American tribes. C) Sacajawea D) Tecumseh A) Geronimo B) Pontiac

  22. The Shawnee chief, ______, tried to stop the lots of Native American lands by trying to unite the native American tribes. C) Sacajawea D) Tecumseh A) Geronimo B) Pontiac

  23. The British would kidnap, or ______, American sailors to work on British ships. C) impress D) pay A) teach B) bribe

  24. The British would kidnap, or ______, American sailors to work on British ships. C) impress D) pay A) teach B) bribe

  25. Which was not a reason why America went to war with the British in 1812: A) deep loyalty to the French for their help in the Revolutionary war. B) British support of Native American resistance. C) The impressment of US citizens. D) Interference with American shipping and trade.

  26. Which was not a reason why America went to war with the British in 1812: A) deep loyalty to the French for their help in the Revolutionary war. B) British support of Native American resistance. C) The impressment of US citizens. D) Interference with American shipping and trade.