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History7 FinalReview

War of 1812

Causes of the War of 1812 Impressment-British seize American sailors, violation of U.S. sea rights. British supported Indians = U.S. feared a revolt by Tecumseh
Battle fought after the war was over Battle of New Orleans
Hero of the Battle of New Orleans Andrew Jackson
National capital burned by the British Washington D.C.
Positive Effect of the War of 1812 United Americans in the war effort (Nationalism)
Negative Effect of the War of 1812 Lower morale
U.S. city burned in retaliation for the U.S. burning Newark in Canada Buffalo, NY
Who wrote the "Star-spangled Banner" Francis Scott Key
Where was the "Star-spangled Banner" written Fort McHenry-War of 1812
First plan of government for U.S. created immediately after the American Revolution Articles of Confederation
A written plan of government Constitution
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