Summarize the impact of
the westward movement
on nationalism and
democracy… as the result
of major land acquisitions
such as the Louisiana
Purchase…
1800
1812
1804
1816
1808
1820
1803-1815
FRANCE BRITAIN
and allies
and allies
LAND
POWER
NAVAL
POWER
Continental
System
Naval
Blockade
of Europe
Map Credit: http://www.normancrossgallery.com/history/index.html
Early 19th Century
MANUFACTURING
AGRICULTURE
The Jeffersonian
Economic Model
Art Credit: http://abikstickfigures.blogspot.com/2009/10/british-need-to-get-out-of-our-business.html
1807
TRADE
OBJECTIVES:
Economic Coercion
Avoid War
(Get Britain to stop impressing American
sailors without going to war)
RESULT: FAILURE
NEW
ENGLAND
1800 1804 1808
1812 1816 1820
HENRY CLAY (KY)
JOHN C. CALHOUN (SC)
1811
Tecumseh
William Henry
Harrison
Harrison’s army defeats an
Indian force associated with
Tecumseh.
Americans accused the British of
arming Tecumseh and encouraging
him to start an uprising against the
United States.
Photo by Kaptain Kobold
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3. Inciting Indians
on the Frontier
1. Impressment of Sailors
2. Cutting off Trade
Madison
Source: David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Where was the War of 1812
supported by public opinion?
Where was it not supported?
1800
1812
1804
1816
1808
1820
1813
Invasion of Canada
(Unsuccessful)
1814
British Attack
Washington
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August 24, 1814
(1814)
Our National Anthem
THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER
BY: FRANCIS SCOTT KEY
(NATIONAL ANTHEM)
THE FORT MCHENRY FLAG
1814-15
Three things happening at once:
Hartford
Convention
Treaty of Ghent
Battle of New
Orleans
Dec. 1814 –
Jan. 1815
HARTFORD, CT
Delegates from several New
England states met in
Hartford to propose
amendments to the
Constitution.
WHERE?
Hartford, CT
WHO?
Federalists
WHAT?
Amend the Constitution
2/3
Embargo
2/3
Declare War
2/3
Admit New States
NO
Conscription
December 24,
1814
Status quo ante bellum
The Treaty of Ghent restored things to the
way they were before the war began.
Andrew Jackson vs. the British
January 8, 1815
After Treaty of Ghent
British
Killed
Wounded
Missing
TOTAL
291
1,267
484
2,042
U.S.
13
39
19
71
Although the Battle of New Orleans took place after the Treaty of
Ghent was signed, the Battle of New Orleans was important because
the decisive victory gave Americans a sense of national pride.
Jackson Square
New Orleans
NOTE:
This is the last election in which the
Federalist Party participated in a
national election.
1800
1812
1804
1816
1808
1820