Chapter 8-pgs 263-268 - A.P. US Notes for pgs. 263 270...

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A.P. US Artem Kholodenko Mods 6/7/8 0109 Notes for pgs. 263 – 270
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The Naval War The British Offensive   Lundy’s Lane Other British Plans Battle of Bladensburg The Treaty of Ghent Peace Between US and   Britain - Although the US navy was small, it had 3 powerful ships - On Aug. 19, 1812, the Constitution destroyed HMS Guerriere and  on Dec. 29 wrecked HMS Java - The victories made US feel better, but Brit still had a blockade on  the US coast from Delaware Bay and Chesapeake in fall of 1812,  to N. England in the spring of 1814, and the 3 ships were locked  in their ports - After Napoleonic losses in European, Brit was able to move its  men to the US, but found tough US opposition - US stopped Brits stop attacking on July 5 and 25 of 1814 - The Brits were led by gen. Sir George Prevost who reached  Plattsburg on Sep. 6, and wanted to split the N.E. states from the 
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2010 for the course HISTORY History taught by Professor Mr.beckler during the Spring '10 term at Alabama State University.

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Chapter 8-pgs 263-268 - A.P. US Notes for pgs. 263 270...

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