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  1. Effects of the War of 1812 Battle of New Orleans: What happened at the battle and what was its outcome? Battle of Fort McHenry: What happened at the battle and what was its outcome? Treaty of Ghent: How did it effect Americans? Alyssa Ornelas 1/1/11 Per.1

  2. Battle of New Orleans Battle of Fort McHenry Treaty of Ghent Jackson’s force defeated British Protected Boston from attack Great Britain and America agreed to end war Table of Contents:

  3. Battle of New Orleans • Important for trade • Great Britain force of 5300 • Jackson's force defeated British. Andrew Jackson leading American troops into the Battle of New Orleans

  4. Battle of New Orleans American troops fighting against the British Battle of New Orleans General Andrew Jackson after the battle of New Orleans

  5. Battle of Fort McHenry • Built to protect Baltimore • British attacked, 19 ships • British retreated American Troops fighting the oncoming British ships

  6. Battle of Fort McHenry The Nation anthem was written by Francis Scott Key, an onlooker of the Battle of Fort McHenry Location of Fort McHenry

  7. Treaty of Ghent • Declared peace, ended war • America viewed strong, capable • Citizens renewed faith Original document of the Treaty of Ghent

  8. Treaty of Ghent Signing of the Treaty of Ghent Old news paper article about the Treaty of Ghent

  9. Ended in stalemate Increased national pride Restored relationships Great Britain Influence as foreign power All prisoners released US took on powerful nation Effects of the War of 1812

  10. Study Guide 1. What did the Treaty of Ghent accomplish? a. Ended the war b. Restored relationships with Great Britain c. Released all prisoners d. All of the above 2. Why was Fort McHenry built? a. To keep New York safe b. To protect from Indian attacks c. To keep Baltimore safe d. To house slaves 3. Who was the leader of the Americans in the Battle of New Orleans? a. Francis Scott Key b. Andrew Jackson c. George Washington d. James Madison

  11. CITIATIONS Public domain text originally from the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannia, http://encyclopedia.kids.net.au/page/wa/War_of_1812 Treaty of Ghent, 1814; International Treaties and Related Records, 1778-1974; General Records of the United States Government; Record Group 11; National Archives.http://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=old&doc=20# Jason Wiese, Battle of New Orleans, 09.13.10 http://www.hnoc.org/BNO/bnopathindex.html Kennedy Hickman, War of 1812: Battle of Fort McHenry http://militaryhistory.about.com/od/warof1812/p/ftmchenry.htm Images from Google Images