War of 1812

  • Macon's Bill No. 2

    President Madison offered Great Britain a deal if they agreed to stop attacing American ships. If either one of the countries stopped attacking American shipping, the US would end trade with the other,
  • Battle of Tippecanoe

    Led by Governer William Henry Harrison against American Indian confederation which was led by Tecumseh. This battle was important because it improved safety at settlements. Also, this led t Tecumseh later joing the British forces in the War of 1812.
  • Battle of Lake Erie

    The naval Commander Oliver Hazard Perry captured more than 300 British troops in this battle and had very few casulaties. Two ships, two brigs, one schooner and one sloop is what they earned from this battle.
  • Battle of Lundys Lane

    878 british were either captured,wounded,dead, or missing. So it was a succsesfull battle for the US.
  • Assault on Fort Erie

    The field guns that Drummond launched did not break the walls. Their objective was to capture the old British barrack buildings.
  • Attack on the White House

    After defeating the americans in the battle of Bladensburg, a british force led by general Robert Ross they set fire to the White house with the troops frome the battle with Napoleon.
  • Battle of Baltimore

    The Battle of Baltimore was a sea/land battle. Though the Americans retreated it was a succsesfull battle for them, killing the commander of the invading British forces.
  • Skirmish at Cooks Mills

    A strategic win for the British. They had 750 men and a cannon. The US had 1,000 troops but they lost.
  • Battle of New Orlenas

    Andrew Jackson led to 4,500 troops to defeat 7,500 British troops. The battle only took 30 minutes. Andrew Jackson gained peoples trust which helped hi later become President.
  • Napoleons Defeat

    Napoleon was defeated at Waterloo, ending his reign. He was exiled and the troops were weakened.