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10.3 and 10.4 S.S.

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What is Impessment? Seizing by force; Kidnapping
What was the Embargo Act of 1807? Stated that American Ships were no longer allowed to sail to foreign ports, and it also closed american ports to British Ships
Who is Tecumsen? A Shawnee Chief who vowed to stop the loss of Native American land
Who are War Hawks? Westerners who called for war
Who was Oliver Hazard Perry? An experienced officer, who took charge of this infant fleet on the shores of Lake Erie
What was the Battle of the Thames? Harrison pursued British Forces and defeated them at this battle
Who was Francis Scott Key? Washington lawyer expressed his pride of a large American flag in what became the U.S. National Anthem
What was the Treaty of Ghent? Ended the War of 1812
What fort were the British attacking while the star spangled banner was written? Fort McHenry at Baltimore
What was Tecumsen's goal? To stop the lost Native American
What were the 3 main causes of the war of 1812? Impressment of U.S. citizens, Interference with American Shipping, British support of Native American resistance
What were the 3 main effects of the war of 1812? Increased American Patriotism, Weakened Native American resistance, U.S. manufacturing
Who was the victorious commander at the Battle of New Orleans.? General Andrew Jackson
What 2 important buildings did the British burn? The White House and the Capitol
What is Andrew Jackson's nickname? Old Hickory
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