Wednesday, December 12, 2018
'War of 1812 Movie Notes\r'
'Why was this insulting to the States? When was it rescinded? Orders of Council were British laws requiring any ships wishing to trade with Europe to stop in a British port first. America had been a free democratic- republic nation and resorting to pay revenue enhancement to Britain for international trade with Europe was outrageous. The Orders of Council were rescinded in 1812 ii days before the U. S. declared contend. 7. Why did America want to invade Canada?Democratic-republicans wanted Canada to expand the agricultural republic. 8. What role did Native Americans have in this compass point? What was the belief among Indians regarding their role in America? Americans wanted expansion into territories controlled by Native Americans. The Whites distribute drop to Native Americans to have them fight each another(prenominal) but Native Americans have never resorted to much(prenominal) tactics. 9. How many people move westmostward in this time period and why would they move west? Over four hundred Native Americans moved westward in order to settle after(prenominal) he Louisiana Purchase. 10. Who was Tecumseh and Takatawana?Why were they important? Tecumseh and Takatawana obdurate that the time to act was now and gathered followers, urgency them to give up textile clothing for handed-down buckskin garments, arguing for the Indians to not acknowledge the Whitemans Ã¢â¬Å"ownershipÃ¢â¬Â of dry land, and rede that no Indian should cede control of land to whites. 11. How did the U. S. respond to the Indian threat? How did they believe the British were involved with the Indians? Americans responded to this threat with raging violence. They elieved the British to be supplying weapons to the Indians and influencing Tecumseh. 12.Who was William Henry Harrison and what happened at the Battle of advanced upon Tecumsehs headquarters at Tippecanoe, killed the Prophet, and burned the camp to the ground. His notable slaughter earned him vast fame and made h im chairperson in 1840. 13. How does the vote to go to war sidle up sectional differences? How close was the vote to go to war? Why do you believe this occurred? New England, which was lock away making lots of money, damned the war for a free sea, and Federalists opposed the war because they were more prone toward Britain nyway and Canada was conquered, it would add more agrarian land and append Republican supporters.\r\n'