TE notes 6-4 War of 1812.docx

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Section 4 The War of 1812 War breaks out again between the United States and Britain in 1812. The War Hawks Demand War British and French Rivalries British blockade or seal French ports to prevent ships from entering Britain, France seize American ships, confiscate cargoes Grievances Against Britain Impressment —seizing Americans, drafting them into British navy Chesapeake incident further angers Americans Jefferson convinces Congress to declare embargo, or ban on exports Embargo, meant to hurt Europe, also hurts U.S. - Congress lifts it, except with Britain, France Tecumseh’s Confederacy William Henry Harrison makes land deal with Native American chiefs Shawnee chief Tecumseh tries to form Native American confederacy: - tells people to return to traditional beliefs, practices - presses Harrison, negotiates British help; many tribes don’t join The War Hawks Harrison is hero of Battle of Tippecanoe but suffers heavy losses War hawks
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