Starter: Review Qs 1-8 with a partner.

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Starter: Review Qs 1-8 with a partner.
Today, I will be able to explain why the United States was
unprepared for war against G.B. Discuss how the death of
Tecumseh was a turning pt in the war. Explain the results of the
War.
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Turn in 10.3/10.4
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Make sure you took the 10.1/10.2 Quiz
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Check your grade
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Take your campaign poster if you want it, or it will be recycled.
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Grading period ends 1 April (a week from tomorrow)
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Early in his presidency, Jefferson drastically
reduced the size of the army and navy.
Our country lacked effective experienced
officers.
Most of the enlisted soldiers did so only for
money…problem…times get tough those
people desert (quit).
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We tried to invade/liberate Canada (again)
from British rule.
3 areas of invasion: Detroit(-what!), Niagara
River (by Buffalo), Montreal (by Vermont)
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That’s right !!! There were naval battles that
took place on Lake Erie
A new American hero is born: Oliver
“Hazard” Perry, “We have met the enemy and
they are ours.”
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Allies with the British (who didn’t see that coming)
General William H. Harrison (going to be
president) leads the U.S. military against the
Tecumseh’s native confederation and wins a
decisive battle at the Thames…Tecumseh is killed
#ripwarrior
Andrew Jackson (going to be president) leads
American forces and the Cherokee vs. the Creeks;
wins Battle of Horseshoe Bend
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Britain burns the White House August of 1814
Madison becomes a beloved figure by refusing
to leave the area, rides around on horseback.
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The location was strategically important
Jackson and his force of frontiersmen
(including 100s of volunteer African
Americans), dug trenches and prepared to fight
the British.
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Jackson’s forces slaughtered the British
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#Warhero
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Fought bravely as volunteers in both the army
and navy.
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Black males will make 15 to 20 percent of the naval
corps during the war.
Richard Allen and Absalom Jones (both clergy
members) recruited more than 2000 men to
build fortifications around Philly
Some slaves escape and fought for the British
under the promise of freedom
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Both sides agree to restore “prewar” conditions
Treaty said nothing about neutrality or
impressment
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