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HIS-144 Early American Wars WorksheetInstructions: This is a CLC assignment.The Instructor will assign CLC groups for this project.You will work with your group to complete the "Early American Wars" worksheet. One person in the each group will submit a final group-completed worksheet.The group member that will be compiling the content from each group member should document the work of each person and submit that according to the directions from the instructor with the completed worksheet. Follow the instructions listed below.Complete the work sheet by answering each prompt addressing one of the following wars: the French and Indian War, the American Revolution, or the War of 1812. Use a minimum of 3 of the sources provided to support your assignment. Be sure to cite your sources in-textand in the reference section at the bottom of the worksheet.War: War of 1812What were the causes? Candice McDonnellAccording to Heidler & Heidler (2020), the War of 1812 was a direct result from the ongoing wars between Britain and France. Britain and France were attempting to control international trading and the United States became a pawn in their game. Britain would come aboard U.S. ships and seize supposed Royal Navy deserters, yet many U.S. citizens were taken and forced to serve in the Royal Navy (Heidler & Heidler, 2020). Another pressure that led to the War of 1812 was the unrest among Indians (Heidler & Heidler, 2020). Indians wanted to form their own confederacy to inhibit American’s from moving forward into their territory (Heidler & Heidler, 2020). The American’s believed that the British in Canada were encouraging the Indian’s (Heidler & Heidler, 2020). Ultimately, growing frustrations with Britain and the economic © 2014. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved.
repercussions from embargos led to the War of 1812.

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