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The time after the War of 1812 was called
a) The Era of Good Feelings b) The Era of Great Feelings c) Party Time d) Sad Days to come for Native Americans
The term used for the British forcing American sailors to work on their ships is called
a) kidnapping b) impressment c) force d) bullying
Who was president during the War of 1812?
a) Thomas Jefferson b) James Madison c) James Monroe d) Ms. Le Vine
Who saved the portrait of George Washington from burning?
a) Francis Scott Key b) James Madison c) Dolley Madison d) George Washington
What did the people of Baltimore do to prevent the British from coming into the harbor?
a) Shot off cannons to sink their ships b) Put extra soldiers at Fort McHenry c) Nothing, they had no good ideas d) Sunk their ships so British naval ships could not sail through
Why did the British burned American government buildings in Washington D.C.
a) Francis Scott Key was held prisoner on a British truce ship during the Battle of Baltimore b) The notice of the peace treaty took weeks to reach New Orleans c) The Americans burned British government buildings in Canada d) ????
Why did the British kidnapped American sailors and ships
a) The British stayed in the forts out west b) The British needed sailors for their navy and the war with France c) The Americans burned British government buildings in Canada d) American sailors were stronger than British sailors
Why did Andrew Jackson continued to fight at the Battle of New Orleans even though the war was over.
a) The British burned American government buildings in Washington D.C. b) Francis Scott Key was held prisoner on a British truce ship during the Battle of Baltimore c) The British stayed in the forts out west d) The notice of the peace treaty took weeks to reach New Orleans
When did Francis Scott Key write the Defense of Fort McHenry, which later became the Star Spangled Banner and our national anthem
a) After he was held prisoner on a British truce ship during the Battle of Baltimore b) After the War of 1812 c) During the burning of Washington D.C. d) He didn't write it
How were the Native Americans were protected and sided with the British during the war
a) The Americans taught them to fight b) The Americans gave them free land c) The British stayed in the forts out west d) The British promised them new cars
Which was NOT a cause of the War of 1812
a) The Americans wanted their independence from Great Britain b) The British were kidnapping American sailors and ships c) The British refused to leave forts out west d) The Americans wanted more land
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