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Drafted the Monroe DoctrineDaniel Webster“War Hawk”Opposed Tariff of 1816Defended Dartmouth in Dartmouth vs. WoodwardAndrew JacksonHero of the Battle of New OrleansWell known Indian FighterTook military control of Spanish Florida – encouraged the treaty with Spain in 1819Hartford ConventionFederalist secret convention in Hartford, Connecticut, 1814Angry about the lessened voting weight of New England because of added statesLead to the downfall of Federalist party because they were seen as complaining unnecessarilyWashington IrvingFirst American to win international recognition as an authorExample of post-war nationalism from the revolution and war of 1812James MonroePresident of United States during the Era of Good FeelingsDelivered the Monroe DoctrineNon-colonization and non-interventionJames Fenimore CooperOne of the nation’s first writers of importance (1820’s)Sectionalismnarrow-minded concern for one specific section of a countrybegan in 1796Caused the development of 2 political partiesGeorge Washington disagreed with thisConstitutionAn American warship which in 1812 the Americans created with thicker sides, heavier fire power, and a larger crew than that of the British shipsBattle of ThamesFight at the River Tham3s in Canada, October 13, 1813Redcoats lose to General Harrison, Tecumseh, an Indian chief, fights with the British and diesTreaty of GhentAgreement signed between Americans and British to agree to stop fighting the war of 1812Signed before Battle of New Orleans, but the Americans did not learn of it until afterAmerica signed because they thought they won, British signed because they needed to pay attention to EuropeTecumsehShawnee Indian brother of the ProphetDied in the Battle of Thames while fighting the BritishHis death signaled the death of the Indian ConfederacyFrancis Scott KeyWrote “The Star Spangled Banner” in 1814 during the War of 1812The ProphetTwin brother of TecumsehBanded together many Indian tribesAndrew Jackson7thpresident of US
General in 1812 and won the Battle of New OrleansHelped win FloridaIntroduced the spoils system as president and ruled for the common manWilliam H. HarrisonGeneral, Indian Fighter, future president, hero of Battle of Tippecanoe and ThamesJames MadisonAuthor of Constitution and Bill of RightsFather of Federalist party4thpresident of United StatesPresident during War of 1812Oliver Hazard PerryAmerican naval officerCaptured British fleet on Lake Eerie“We have met the enemy and they are ours”Chapter 13Eaton AffairJackson’s Secretary of War, Eaton, married Peggy O’NealLadies in Jackson’s family and Vice President Calhoun’s wife, along with the wives of other cabinetmembers, refused to talk to PeggyJackson tried to force the social of acceptance of Peggy, but it didn’t work
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American Revolution, United States Declaration of Independence, Thirteen Colonies