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Warm-up. Federalist Period Review Chart Take the content out of the bags and make sure everything is word side up. You and your table to work together to try to figure out what goes where. You will have 5 minutes to complete this.

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warm up
Warm-up
  • Federalist Period Review Chart
  • Take the content out of the bags and make sure everything is word side up. You and your table to work together to try to figure out what goes where. You will have 5 minutes to complete this.
  • Afterwards we will check your answers and you will fill in your chart.
reasons for the war
Reasons for the War
  • Violation of shipping rights
    • All were supposed to be able to trade in the open seas during peacetime
      • Impressment of seamen
  • Settlers blamed the British for encouraging the Native Americans to resist westward expansion
political leaders favoring war
Political Leaders Favoring War
  • WAR HAWKS
    • Senator John C. Calhoun of South Carolina
    • Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky
  • Wanted war with Britain because:
    • Southern and western territories faced constant threats from British forces and Native Americans
    • Hoped war would produce more land gains in British Canada and Spanish Florida (Spain was ally of Britain)
  • Congress declared war on Great Britain on June 18, 1812
important events in war of 1812
Important Events in War of 1812
  • Battle of Horseshoe Bend
    • March 27, 1814
    • Andrew Jackson got help from the Cherokee Nation to defeat Britain’s ally the Creeks in the South
    • This victory opened up Southwest to white settlement
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The Treaty of Ghent
    • December 24, 1814
    • This treaty ended the war with no real gains for either side.
    • Basically returned to each side the territory it had before hostilities began
      • Did nothing about impressments of sailors or the rights of those that declare neutrality
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The Battle of New Orleans
    • January 8, 1815
    • Battle was fought after the war had technically ended
      • Fighters did not realize a treaty had been accepted
    • Jackson’s troops defeated the British
      • U.S forces suffered 8 deaths to over 700 for the British
    • Victory gave U.S. people great pride
    • Andrew Jackson became a national hero
consequences of the war of 1812
Consequences of the War of 1812
  • U.S. and Great Britain agreed to return boundaries to where they were before the war
  • The United States’ ability to defend itself won the respect and recognition of other nations
  • Feelings of U.S. nationalism (love of one’s country) grew stronger
  • The Federalist Party lost its credibility and disbanded
  • The U.S. manufacturing industry grew due to lack of good from Britain during the war. The U.S. became more self sufficient.
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FYI
  • In its first 30 years, the U.S. also signed two important treaties with Spain:
    • Pinckney’s Treaty- opened up Mississippi River to western farmers= TRADE
    • Adams-Onis Treaty- U.S. gained Florida, defined western border of the Louisiana Territory, gave Oregon Territory to the U.S., but gave up claim to Texas