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The Embargo of 1807:it prohibited American ships from leaving the United States for anyforeign port anywhere in the world. The law was widely evaded, but it was effective enough tocreate a serious depression throughout the nation. Hardest hit on the merchants and shipowners of the Northeast, most of them Federalist.James Madison– Elected President 1808 in the “midst of the Embargo induced depression”The Non Intercourse act– Congress passed this to replace “the embargo” (just before Madisontook office) It reopened trade with all nations but Great Britain and France. A year later in 1810the act expired and was replaced by Macon’s bill no. 2The battle of Tippecanoe- Tecumseh’s absence Governor Harrison saw chance to destroy thegrowing 2 Indian leaders. With a 1000 soldiers on Nov. 7 1811 he fought. Drove Indians off andburned the town. Battle named after the creek fought by. TO then it was the only way to make itsafe and drive British out of Canada and annex province to US.William Henry Harrison-Virginia-born a veteran Indian fighter at the age of 26. Before electionas President, Harrison served as the first Governor of the Indiana Territory and later as a U.S.Representative and Senator from Ohio. Harrison originally gained national fame for leading U.S.forces against American Indians at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811, where he earned thenickname "Tippecanoe" (or "Old Tippecanoe"). As a general in the subsequent War of 1812, hismost notable contribution was a victory at the Battle of the Thames in 1813, which brought thewar in his region to a successful conclusion.Tecumseh- “the shooting star” Indian leader of the Shawnee. Died in war of 1812.War Hawks- War fever between South and North US grew. Group of young congressmansupported by Washington.The War of 1812- summer of 1812, American forces invaded Canada through Detroit. Andretreated back to Detroit in august and surrendered their fort. US Lost many invasion efforts.But US did better overseas against Great Britain. William Harrison drove into Upper Canada onOct. 5 1813 killing Tecumseh.The Treaty of Ghent- US and British diplomats met 1814 in Ghent, Belgium. John Quincy Adams,Henry Clay, And Albert Gallatin led the delegation. Ended the war and was signed Christmaseve.
The Battle of New Orleans- Jan. 8 1815 redcoats advanced on US fortifications but British nomatch for Jacksons men. British retreated 700 dead 1400 wounded 500 prisoners. US lost 8killed 13 wounded. Then got info that they had signed peace treaty.Andrew Jackson-was the seventh President of the United States (1829–1837). He was militarygovernor of Florida (1821), commander of the American forces at the Battle of New Orleans(1815), and eponym of the era of Jacksonian democracy. He was a polarizing figure whodominated American politics in the 1820s and 1830s. His political ambition combined withwidening political participation by more people shaped the modern Democratic Party.

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