taken their land through treaties12. Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun.a.Leaders of the war harks13. Early military success, War of 1812.a.On the great lakes; naval battles
14. Battle of the Thames.
15. British offensive.a.1814, chesapeake campaign to seize Washington and capture Baltimore (failed Baltimore), set fire to capitol (presidential mansion)
16. Fort McHenry.
17. Battle of New Orleans.
18. Hartford Convention.a.Meeting of federalists new the end of War of 1812; wanted to draft new constitutionb.Party listed complaints against the ruling Republican partyc.Led to collapse of federalist party, viewed as traitorous
19. Treaty of Ghent.
a.Ended the war of 1812 b.For the most part, territory captured in war was returnedc.Set up a commission to determine disputed Canada/U.S. borderd.Simply stopped fighting and left most of the war issues unresolved
20. “Era of good feelings”
21. Federalist Party during Monroe’s administration.a.
22. Missouri Compromise.